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If you have a Zune, screen size 240 x 320, then these are for you. Just right click and download.

Here’s a heart, on the house! To download, click one of the links below, or both, I don’t mind. Have all the heart you can stand.

Red, please

I’m Green with envy

I have a brilliant idea for you. Think of a sculpture, fashioned from a bunch of vintage TV trays stacked a mile high, in an open field. You wait patiently for the next violent electrical storm. When it comes, you visit your sculpture, wait for the first zigzagged discharge of cloud-to-ground lightning to strike your sculpture and then watch the whole thing gloriously burn to a crisp. Sounds like great performance art to me. You should do it. Just don’t stand too close. Well, I mean you could do that, or you could just download one of these three electrifying, totally tubular 1680X1050 desktop wallpapers, without risk of burning yourself and your art to a crisp. Sizzle. Crackle. Fizzzzz.

Gimme the Blue.

Red, for me, please.

I want Green, I guess.

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Street art is fascinating, especially the transitory type. I wonder how long this work will be on display at Madison Avenue near the defunct Melos Taverna restaurant? It doesn’t matter let’s just enjoy it while it lasts.

This, my friend, is what you end up with when you’ve been out of the country for a month, and you’re a few days late posting your latest 1680X1050 desktop wallpaper for tens of people to enjoy, because you haven’t had a chance to give the wallpaper the proper test drive because you’re still unpacking. Oh well, here it is. Enjoy?



I’m trying my hand at vectors now, for the new year. I’ve got to keep busy. For my first vector pack, sans the pack, I took a photo of a napkin dispenser at a famous soda shop here in Memphis, Wiles-Smith Drugs store on Union Ave. Ambrosial vanilla malt there, by the way. I chose a palette of pistachio and cotton candy to mimic the old school soda-fountain vibe. I’ve included an .ai, .pdf, and .eps file for convenience. This vector was created in Adobe Illustrator CS3. Yes, some of us are still using CS3.

If you use this vector in any of your projects please, send a copy to me. I’d love to see how they’re being used, manipulated. I need your feedback. You like or no? C’mon! Don’t make me beg all three of you subscribers out there in blogville. I promise they’ll get better.

Download Zip File Here


Here are the wallpapers for May. As always, enjoy.