Curious what you are rocking on your desktop. How does it express you?
over 1 year ago
It'd be cool if you attached the wallpaper (as long as it's ok) to all the shots.
Keeping things as stress & distraction free as possible.
over 1 year ago
Taurean, Have you tried light grey? I rocked it for several years.
@Matthew Sanders I didn't experiment too long but I felt the light grey made the dock indistinguishable. What made you switch back to regular wallpapers?
by Drew Rios
Rebounding my current desktop!
FANTASTIC wallpaper: http://dribbble.com/shots/751072-Design-Milk-Wallpaper?list=following
@Taurean Bryant Lack of inspiration. My real world environment got a bit more blah so I needed some sort of stimulation.
by Isaac Fowler
My current desktop wallpaper.
Fun stuff :) I actually have a huge folder of over 1000 images from the web that I find inspirational, and my wallpaper and screensaver rotate through them. I put this particular one up though since I own the rights to it (it's a painting I did a few years ago).
I've always had a thing for skulls... I don't know why, it's not the morbid or emo obsession... they just remind me of humanity and to look behind the skin I guess.
by Matthew Bornshin
I've always had animals/nature as my desktop background. It reminds me of how beautiful the world is and how much I have yet to see. This is also a Mac default image!
by Michael Shanks
I wanted to join this playoff as i tend to change my desktop wallpaper frequently (Crysis 3 baby). This is wallpaper is on my left monitor at work and there is a different one on the right. I don't actually have a Mac yet but i had to join in on the Apple Displays :).
I also wanted to try the new x2 on dribbble so feel free to check that out also.
I have attached the wallpaper also just in case anyone wants it.
Yes, it's really) You can see it there: http://fav.me/d5bou9a
Full desktop : http://cs302412.userapi.com/v302412176/5d63/FR6A8MkbSrY.jpg
by Ragnar Võrel
Tokyo on my wallpaper.
by Cameron Purchase
This is the wallpaper I use at work, very simple and clean, I tend to make a new one every few months when I have down time.
by Neill Harmer
My desktop, well, one of the monitors.
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