Some Websites for Amazing Wallpapers

If you’re anything like me, you’ll be looking for a new set of wallpapers once in a while. But where will you go? Deviant art? Why not something else?

Here are a few good, less known, websites that I’ve found on my wallpaper-hunting campaigns.

wbWallbase: Wallbase really touched me. Its got a neat GUI (very important, mind you) and a huge collection of wallpapers of many resolutions and aspect ratios. You can easily browse the wallpapers of the required specifications without hassle and in a few simple clicks. There’s a “Random” mode of browsing that does what it says. Its simple. Its efficient. Its good.

phPerfectHue: This website contains photos and wallpapers uploaded by Jason Benjamin. The wallpapers, though very limited, are really worth looking at.


dgDesktopography: Nature themed wallpapers for your desktop made by designers from across the globe.  All of the wallpapers here can be downloaded in a variety of sizes.

logo_randomwallsRandomwalls: For widescreen wallpapers.

Digital Art:

molteeMoltee: A web magazine that contains digital art collected from a lot of different places.

AWAndreewallin: This website belongs to a person by the same name and contains amazing works of digital art. The theme is mainly Futuristic and Robotic.

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About Jayghosh Rao

This person of slightly inadequate height compensates for his not-too-short stature by being extremely annoying. Oh, wait. That's not a positive quality, is it? But heck, that's who I am. I am a decent acquaintance and an annoying friend. I like doing nothing, wasting time on a computer, learning about random things, watching TV, movies, and cartoons, writing an occasional article, talking philosophy and science, home-made food, and, of course, hanging out with friends and annoying them. I am currently pursuing MSc. in Simulation Sciences at German Research School, RWTH Aachen University, Aachen. And I'm loving it.

Posted on June 9, 2011, in Other Useful Websites, Useful Sites and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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