A bit dark this time but thats just because this was shot in a dirty little alley somewhere in Seoul. I still loved the center weight in the photo that has these random holes within it which contradict that strong element. Interestingly, this was somewhat challenging to crop as an ipad wallpaper because I had to decide how much of the other elements would appear in that version. I decided to make one ipad version and push the white box off center in order to give more of a sense of the space around it rather than cropping it dead center. This is the kind of example I think of when I realize that cropping wallpapers for the ipad is not as simple as randomly chopping them down into a square. Its tempting to use a program or action that just chops images into that format but I would end up with a bunch of nice looking images that dont really work ideally with the ipads wallpaper scheme. I find that it is totally worth the extra effort that it takes to make the images work well on all devices I make them available for. There are plenty of faceless wallpaper sites cropping up all over the place so I do what I can to keep things as high quality as possible so all of my readers can expect only the best that I can manage to give. Its how I have done it for 6 years now and I will continue to do my best to keep your wallpapering needs fulfilled… and I love every minute of it. :)

So anyways, I think at this point this transition into the new resolution and formats has been settled and I will try not to ramble on about it like this again. To download the zip containing both desktop versions as well as iPad and Iphone crops simply CLICK OR RIGHT CLICK HERE to gram it. Also inside are my terms of use which are straight forward enough. Thanks for visiting and enjoy!

iPad visitors click here for direct download to your device.

iPhone visitors click here.


  1. wade - April 10, 2010 at 2:39 pm

    I actually prefer darker, more abstract (less of a subject) desktop images. Thanks again.

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