The Desktop Wallpaper Project featuring Jeffrey Bowman (1/2)

The Desktop Wallpaper Project featuring Jeffrey Bowman

Jeffrey Bowman

Click here to see Jeefrey’s other wallpaper.

Hey all, Wednesday is here already. I’ve been sleepy all day, so I’m just getting to these awesome wallpapers, my apologies. This week’s desktop comes from the amazingly talented Jeffrey Bowman, an illustrator from London who’s definitely starting to blow up. He’s done work for Converse and Computer Arts, as well as being one half of the creative team over at The Wizard’s Hat. He’s also just recently updated his portfolio, so check that out as well.

For the DWP this week he’s created two wonderful wallpapers. The first is an explosion of shapes and colors, perfect for jazzing up a dark and lonely desktop. The second is nature-y looking collage of wooden logs and cloudy skies all presented in a cool-ish color palette.

I hope you all enjoy these pair, check back next week for more goodness!

7 Comments The Desktop Wallpaper Project featuring Jeffrey Bowman (1/2)

  1. Curt @ Aucoti April 8, 2009 at 6:58 PM

    These wallpapers keep getting better and better each week! Keep em coming

  2. dreadedfish April 9, 2009 at 6:26 AM

    I am seriously loving the new wallpapers. I would lick them if it was possible (probably in the binary universe, it would). Thank you!

  3. Mike April 10, 2009 at 1:53 AM

    Doodling for doodling’s sake. I’ll stick with neutral grey.

  4. BobbyBobby April 10, 2009 at 12:22 PM

    @Mike – So then why you even look at these? I’m just curious what you’re expectations are…

  5. Mike April 10, 2009 at 4:54 PM

    I stumbled across them, and there was a comment box. Criticism is good, if only as a refreshing interruption to the inevitable stream of, very earnest i’m sure, congratulations.

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