Hey everyone! This week’s wallpaper is by one of my favorite artists out there, Mickey Duzyj. Working in Brooklyn, Mickey has this really clean and simple style but has a way of using colors that really make his work pop and come to life.
For his wallpaper he sent me this classic image of his. Snarling greyhounds ripping down a race track, vying to win the race. There’s something so tense and amazing about this piece that totally grabs me. I love the look on the dogs faces, they look so damn intense! Enjoy these and be sure to check back next week.
Good Wednesday everyone! Sorry things have been quiet for a few days, I’ve been getting ready to take a trip up to Santa Cruz and San Francisco with the boyfriend for the week. Thus, ducks had to be put in a row and things needed tidying up. But, there are lots of fun things still going on, like the awesome Cole Gerst doing this weeks desktop wallpaper. Growing up in Georgia, he studied art at the Atlanta College of Art and eventually moving out to LA. Funny enough, he lives about 15 blocks away from me!
I spotted the piece above on Cole’s site and I thought it was such a rad image, and that it would make such a great wallpaper. There are so many great little details in this wallpaper, and the color is so vibrant and warming, kind of like a summers sunset.
Brian Wade Scott
Well, well, well, it’s Wednesday and we’re back on to the normal Desktop Wallpaper Project cycle, one every Wednesday. You might have noticed that I updated the tags that go along with each wallpaper. I’ll be changing out the old ones soon enough, but I wanted to do something new that better reflected the current site. Today I have a wallapper from designer/illustrator Brian Wade Scott. Brian currently lives in Los Angeles and is currently attending Art Center School of Design.
Brian wrote me that his wallpaper is “all drawings of churches, geometry, and space. I’ve been doing a lot of these kinds of drawings lately so I wanted to continue through in these drawings.” I love how creepy and minimal this is. A lot of wallpapers make your eyes bleed, or they can be overly boring. But I think that Brian hit the nail on the head, sort of a middle ground. I hope you all enjoy this and I’ll post up someone else new and exciting next Wednesday.