The Desktop Wallpaper Project featuring John Fan (Part 1)

The Desktop Wallpaper Project featuring John Fan

John Fan

This week’s Desktop Wallpaper Project comes from John Fan, a man who’s been a part of some fancy groups over the last few years. He’s worked with folks like Logan, Motion Theory and Eyeballnyc just to name a few and his an absolutely awesome body of work.

For his wallpaper he’s given us a collection of wallpapers from a series he created called Best of Me, which is “about hearing your own voice from within.” You could probably call these motivational posters but that sounds kind of mean. John puts it best when he says:

In a way I’m really trying to ask myself the question, what do you have to say? Listening to your own voice. Reach, don’t settle. Build your dreams with your own two hands. These are all concepts in this illustration series I’m working on and in turn I hope to ask and engage whoever sees these the same questions I had in my own head when I created them.

It’s how I live my life and what I believe in, hopefully you feel the same.

Click below to download his other wallpapers.

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Bobby Solomon

December 2, 2009 / By

‘Recent Work’ by Geoff McFetridge





Nieves has yet again teamed up with Geoff McFetridge to release a new book if his work simply titled Recent Work. The book is only 16 pages but contains images from the work he did for the Where The Wild Things Are film, so it’s probably got some pretty great stuff in it. I have all of his other Nieves books and they’re all really wonderful, printed on thick paper and the color quality is amazing.

You can grab a copy for yourself by clicking here.

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Bobby Solomon

December 2, 2009 / By

Pandayoghurt



For some reason I keep getting drawn to these more abstract/collage type artists and British designer Pandayoghurt is no exception. Using computer graphics he creates all kinds of random (but beautiful) imagery that kind of have a very contemporary 80′s vibe to them. He also uses lots of bright colors with punches of black to offset it. Really great stuff.

Found through The Strange Attractor

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Bobby Solomon

December 2, 2009 / By

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