The Desktop Wallpaper Project featuring Christopher Jaurique

Christopher Jaurique

As a part of the talk I gave yesterday at Otis College of Art & Design, we also had a little competition. It was simple, students were asked to create a desktop wallpaper, the best entry would be featured on the site. I received some pretty cool designs, but the one I thought was best was this entry by Christopher Jaurique. Christopher is a senior at Otis right now, studying Communication Arts and Advertising, though he admits that he loves making films. He’s currently working on his senior thesis project, in which he’s “building a room of mirrors and lcd screens in an attempt to disorient the viewer”… sounds pretty cool to me.

I loved this image because I thought it was a perfect computer wallpaper. It’s got interesting colors and minor details, and yet it’s vague enough that it’s not going to distract you, either. That subtle mixture of just enough is hard to do, but I think Christopher nailed it. Definitely check out the rest of his work in his portfolio, and better yet, hire him to make amazing films for you.

Bobby

4 Comments The Desktop Wallpaper Project featuring Christopher Jaurique

  1. g April 27, 2011 at 2:06 PM

    this is going to be my wallpaper for a while – thank you!

  2. Andrew April 28, 2011 at 8:36 AM

    Are those lite-brite pegs? Awesome! Such a great wallpaper, thanks.

  3. Lauren April 28, 2011 at 9:36 AM

    Great idea and love the selection. Very unique!

  4. Amy W April 28, 2011 at 11:02 PM

    Hey Bobby, I just wanted to say thank-you for the talk on Tuesday! It was really nice hearing from a young professional, as we can probably relate :P. We had a skype session with Steven Heller right after (for history), but with all honesty, the tips you gave were much more tangible… shh.. don’t tell him…

    Thanks again, & awesome wallpaper!

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