15 ديسمبر 2009 ~ 1 تعليق

Desktop Wallpaper Calendar: October 2009

Fairytale Land

Designed by Monica Corduneanu from Romania.

Fairytale-land in Desktop Wallpaper Calendar: October 2009

Hummingbird

Designed by Vlad Gerasimov from Irkutsk, Russia.

Hummingbird in Desktop Wallpaper Calendar: October 2009

Hope

“As autumn arrives here in the northern hemisphere, we are reminded of the fragility and brevity of life. Yet the brilliant colors of nature, even in death, are a beacon of HOPE — a sure sign that after the cold and death of winter we will experience a new beginning.” Designed by Abigail Paul from USA.

Hope in Desktop Wallpaper Calendar: October 2009

Trick or Treat 2000

“It is the year 2000, and robots rule the world. This is a photo of a recently completed fully-functional rod puppet, approx. 10″ tall, set within a digital halloween scene via Photoshop. 0000101011001! (robot translation: Trick or treat!)” Designed by Out of the Chair Design from Canada.

Robot-trickortreat in Desktop Wallpaper Calendar: October 2009

Beautiful Prague

“Last month I visited Prague – a beautiful city.I re-did my wallpaper with Sibiu from May, now with Prague.” Designed by Anca Varsandan from Romania.

Beautiful-prague in Desktop Wallpaper Calendar: October 2009

Escape of Red Riding Hood

“Escape of Red Riding Hood” Designed by Monica Corduneanu from Romania.

Escape-of-red-riding-hood in Desktop Wallpaper Calendar: October 2009

Kill your boss (Do not take it seriously)

(Editorial Team) Yes, this is a controversial wallpaper. Please do not take it seriously and consider it to be a funny and scary Halloween wallpaper. Some bosses can be quite harsh sometimes, but that’s definitely no the reason to kill anybody. So we do not take any legal responsibilities for the side effects of you having this wallpaper on your desktop. Happy Halloween!

“When your boss yells that you are too immature to be a designer you are morally obliged to stop whatever youare doing, go to him and have an encounter.” Designed by Milana Adamov from Serbia.

Kill-your-boss in Desktop Wallpaper Calendar: October 2009

Caring for planet

“In October 15 is celebrated the Environmental Education Day in Brazil so i made this illustration to remember the date.” Designed by Marcelo Henrique from Brazil.

Caring-for-planet in Desktop Wallpaper Calendar: October 2009

Metropolitain

Designed by amandinelle from France.

Metropolitain in Desktop Wallpaper Calendar: October 2009

Diwali

Designed by Aman Behl from India.

Diwali-1 in Desktop Wallpaper Calendar: October 2009

pop girl

Designed by Jennifer Rodriguez from Spain-Tenerife.

Pop-girl2 in Desktop Wallpaper Calendar: October 2009

Stamps

Designed by Nikola Lazarevic from Serbia.

Stamps in Desktop Wallpaper Calendar: October 2009

Sad Eyes

“I take and edit the picture.” Designed by Nuno Silva from Portugal.

Sad-eyes in Desktop Wallpaper Calendar: October 2009

Pixel Glass

Designed by Khristian Mendoza from Australia.

Pixelglass in Desktop Wallpaper Calendar: October 2009

Pumpkin Time

“After watching ‘Pulp Fiction’ for the nth time, I decided that October is a bad-ass month. This wallpaper is a representation of (what I imagine as) Samuel L. Jackson’s take on October. Badass.” Designed by Tessa Pahkamaa from California, United States.

Pumpkin Time in Desktop Wallpaper Calendar: October 2009

Harvest

“The colors of Autumn revealed in a harvest of fallen leaves.” Designed by Charles Godewyn from United States of America.

Harvest in Desktop Wallpaper Calendar: October 2009

Movement of Bodies

“I came across a picture of the dancer who inspired me to give him some more movement.” Designed by Rhoda Ndirangu from USA.

Movement-of-bodies in Desktop Wallpaper Calendar: October 2009

Vintage

“The past is never dead, it is not even past. ~William Faulkner” Designed by Lety Gidea from Romania.

Vintage in Desktop Wallpaper Calendar: October 2009

Cinderella

“Inspired from Cinderella fairy tale chracater and created by using free clip art image of cinderella.” Designed by NarjisNaqvi from Pakistan.

Cinderella in Desktop Wallpaper Calendar: October 2009

The moons glow

“It is a full moon tonight. The fall wind blows the clouds. The leaves have fallen from the trees and a happy pumpkin sits beneath a spooky tree. The tree and the pumpkin both welcome in the month of October.” Designed by Allison S. Hoge from USA.

The Moons Glow in Desktop Wallpaper Calendar: October 2009

Scary Pumpkin

“Halloween is my favorite holiday. This calendar shows my desire to make Halloween a darker holiday than it has been in the past for me.” Designed by Rachel Cobb from USA.

Scary Pumpkin in Desktop Wallpaper Calendar: October 2009

This is how I pass my time

“I was at il Biennale in Venice this August. The Russian house was my favorite, and one of the exhibits had this great “haunted house” set up–plastic baby hands hanging from the ceiling, cramped walking space in darkness. My friend snapped this photo in a hurry and it turned out great considering the low light. I think it’s a bit creepy without overdoing it.” Designed by Heather Van De Mark from USA.

This-is-how-i-pass-my-time in Desktop Wallpaper Calendar: October 2009

After the Fire

“I drove past these burnt houses several times on my way home from work and knew I wantedto try and capture the vision that came to me every time I drove by. With the help of my friends daughter, Kylah, wemanaged to get some great photos and we all really liked this one.I am new at graphics and design but have a very strong passion for anything creative and decided to give it a trythis month as I felt the photo would be a good fit for an October wallpaper.” Designed by Flori Chaykowski from Canada.

Fire in Desktop Wallpaper Calendar: October 2009

Zombie’s Grafitti

“A mystical month like October diserve an trash art contribution so the dead can go back to life and haunt the living people. This wallpaper was made for terror e thriller lovers. Download and enjoy it!” Designed by Vinicius Ervilha from Brazil.

Zombie S Grafitti in Desktop Wallpaper Calendar: October 2009

Autumn Colors

“Demonstrating the warm, dark colors of fall.” Designed by Kari Andresen from USA.

Autumncolors in Desktop Wallpaper Calendar: October 2009

On The Road Again

“Here you have a calendar design. I think that was a pleasant evening to take pictures especially since it was a beautiful sky. Hope you like it.” Designed by Adrian Hasmasan from Romania.

On-the-road-again in Desktop Wallpaper Calendar: October 2009

Autumnal

Designed by Christine Theis from Germany.

Autumnal in Desktop Wallpaper Calendar: October 2009

Energy of water

“My wallpaper illustration Energy of water was inspired by terrible ecological problems in Ukraine and round the world.” Designed by Egor Kosten from Ukraine.

Energy-of-water in Desktop Wallpaper Calendar: October 2009

Mossy Pavement

“Last October we were wandering in the beautiful old section of town Sopron, Hungary, while I took a picture of this pattern at a courtyard. One year later the season is in the right mood to make a wallpaper from the photo.” Designed by Balazs Kereskenyi from Hungary.

Mossy-pavement in Desktop Wallpaper Calendar: October 2009

Pumpkin -Surprise

“Grab your pointy hat and get ready for some magic.” Designed by Chris Alexander (Yipori) from England.

Pumpkin-surprise in Desktop Wallpaper Calendar: October 2009

Oktoberfest

“Theme “Oktoberfest” is written on the hot dog with mustard, served with a beer. All made by modeling clay, photographed, and adjusted in Photoshop.” Designed by Begum Burian from Turkey.

Octoberfest2 in Desktop Wallpaper Calendar: October 2009

October Canvas

Designed by Hashem Gamal Ahmed from Egypt.

October-canvas in Desktop Wallpaper Calendar: October 2009

The only thing

“This is Spack, my “little” dog (just three years old…!)! I love dogs, don’t leave them alone.” Designed by Riccardo Medana from Italy.

The-only-thing in Desktop Wallpaper Calendar: October 2009

Marcha Zaragoza

“This is a composition we made for an event thats going to take place in Zaragoza next 24 October, to join people all over the world to take a stand for a safe climate future, claiming atention from governments of Copenhagen United Nations conference. We are going to ride our bicycles around the city (Zaragoza, Spain).” Designed by Pablo Jimeno Pérez from Spain.

Marcha in Desktop Wallpaper Calendar: October 2009

Diwali

“Also called the festival of lights, Diwali is one of the most popular festivals celebrated in India. Diwali or Deepavali is an occasion which is celebrated with lot of enthusiasm in most parts of the country. The day of Diwali witnesses celebrations of the highest magnitude as the entire country is lit with beautiful lights and lot of fireworks are used to celebrate Diwali, a victory of light over darkness.The magnificent five days long jubilation of Diwali celebrations is marked by multi-colored Rangoli designs, special pooja ceremonies, lines of lamps, floral decorations, fireworks, exchange of Diwali Sweets and Diwali Gifts that lend grandeur to the Occasions.” Designed by Supriya Kunal Dcunha from India.

Diwali in Desktop Wallpaper Calendar: October 2009

Halloween

Designed by Rumake Web Agency from Russia.

Halloween in Desktop Wallpaper Calendar: October 2009

Smash Type

“Just a typographically artistic display indedication to smashing magazine.” Designed by Two six eight design from United States.

Smash-type in Desktop Wallpaper Calendar: October 2009

Burnt Orange

“For this wallpaper I wanted to use orange, but not with traditional imagery of pumpkins and Hallowe’en. I did however want to celebrate that October is national breast cancer awareness month, that apple day takes place on the 21st, and I of course had to make a note of Hallowe’en!” Designed by Ducky Design from Canada.

Burnt-orange in Desktop Wallpaper Calendar: October 2009

Vintage October

“True colour – casual look. A classical vintage label that becomes all PCs. A must have for all autumn designistas.” Designed by Dannci from Slovakia.

Vintage-october in Desktop Wallpaper Calendar: October 2009

Leaves

“simple, calm, quiet and relaxed like some Italian landscape views in the month of October; if you would like this wallpaper in a different resolution just drop me an e-mail. Enjoy!” Designed by Federica Sibella from Italy.

Leaves in Desktop Wallpaper Calendar: October 2009

Love-of-October

“”October is a month full of endless questions about creativity. Should I be Jason from Friday the 13th or Michael Myers from Halloween for the costume party. Is this too much for my front yard (while looking upon a extremely detailed macabre with realistic CGI ghosts, goblins, and pyrotechnics)? Designed completely with paint.net. “” Designed by Ian Patrick Buss from United States of America.

Love-of-october in Desktop Wallpaper Calendar: October 2009

Praying Mantis

“My neighbourhood has recently been invaded by hundreds of beautiful praying mantis and this one decided to pose for a while.” Designed by Antonio Bustamante Mirayo from Spain.

Praying-mantis in Desktop Wallpaper Calendar: October 2009

Moorland

“Have a nice autumn” Designed by John Kichote from Poland.

Moorland in Desktop Wallpaper Calendar: October 2009

A Halloween Theme, Go Figure.

“It’s orange. It has a spider and some crazy eyes, so yup, sounds like Halloween to me. Hopefully it is still fun enough to be enjoyed by all of our friends that are not celebrating Halloween. Looks great with or without the calendar. Enjoy!” Designed by Steve Mullen from USA.

Halloween-theme in Desktop Wallpaper Calendar: October 2009

Matterhorn

“This picture was taken from Zermatt, Switzerland at the beginning of October 2007. The summit of the Matterhorn peak was on fire and reminded me of the colors of Autumn.” Designed by Vincent Prat from France.

Matterhorn in Desktop Wallpaper Calendar: October 2009

Sarajevo

“Sarajevo is capital city of (the state of) Bosnia and Herzegovina and it is wll known with name “City of east and west” I used old postcards which were popular during Austro – Hungarian period to make this digital greeting and to promote this beatuful city. Greetings / Gruss / Selam” Designed by Azra Crneta from Bosni and Herzegovina.

Sarajevo in Desktop Wallpaper Calendar: October 2009

Be Present

“We are here, and it is now. What else is there? Enjoy the moment.” Designed by Marlaine Weber from Canada.

Be Present in Desktop Wallpaper Calendar: October 2009

Doodletober

“Doodletober celebrates the spontaneous creativity that can come with the long drawn out nights of the month of October (especially in the UK). When your stuck inside and it’s raining on the outside, why not whip out your finest sharpie and a sheet of paper and get doodling!” Designed by Rob Hampson from United Kingdom.

Doodletober in Desktop Wallpaper Calendar: October 2009

Godfather

“This is a wallpaper I made mostly for myself, As some of you might have noticed it is very similar to last month’s one, and sorry for that i will be bringing more original wallpapers later on. But the wallpaper itself is about my all-time favourite movie the godfather and contains one of my favourite quotes out of the movie.” Designed by Luka Dadiani from UK.

Godfather in Desktop Wallpaper Calendar: October 2009

Will-o’-the-Wisp

“This design celebrates the spooky side of October by showing a cloud of Will-o-the-wisps under a tree in the moonlight. A passage from my favorite poem by English poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge reminds me of these ghostly lights, so I thought it appropriate to include.” Designed by 3 Roads Media from United States.

Will-o-the-wisp in Desktop Wallpaper Calendar: October 2009

Falling Leaves

Designed by Rita Pereira from Portugal.

Falling-leaves in Desktop Wallpaper Calendar: October 2009

Autumn Leaves

Designed by Kevin Wolstenholme from UK.

Autumn-leaves in Desktop Wallpaper Calendar: October 2009

Wavular

“Design Kompany’s “wavular” series is about possibility. Our title is inspired by the Greek letter lambda, which signifies wavelength in the famous equation E=hc/l. In quantum theory, energy (E), is indirectly proportional to wavelength; and it is in the implied spaces, rather than those we discern most readily with our senses, which inspire our “wavular” drawings. Energy is also directly proportional to c, the speed of light, and h, a coefficient determined by physicist Max Planck, who said: ÒWhen we change the way we look at things, the things we look at change.” “Wavular” invokes and invites you to turn a thing on its side, move it a bit here, shift it there, flip it inside out, and consider the negative space it implies, to investigate what else is really there. —DK” Designed by Design Kompany from USA.

Wavular in Desktop Wallpaper Calendar: October 2009

Boxter

“Adam Plitt’s Porsche Boxster on the way to the deer camp. Created with Photoshop CS4.” Designed by Adam Plitt from USA.

Boxster in Desktop Wallpaper Calendar: October 2009

Autumn Waves

“Abstract illustration representing the month october.” Designed by Angelika Omer from Austria, Vienna.

Autumn-wave in Desktop Wallpaper Calendar: October 2009

That’s CMYK’s Show

“I’m not used to described my own wallpapers. I prefer when spirit do the job. So – What do you think? -” Designed by Lechaftois Boris (Bš) from France.

That-cmyk-show in Desktop Wallpaper Calendar: October 2009

More Behind

“Websites can look very simple, beautiful and clean, but there is much more behind it, starting in a sheet of paper.” Designed by Diego Homem from Brazil.

More-behind in Desktop Wallpaper Calendar: October 2009

OctoTypo

“Display typography is a potent element in graphic design, where there is less concern for readability and more potential for using type in an artistic manner. OctoTypo design Inspired by various existing online designs and typographic posters.” Designed by DKumar M. from USA.

Octotypo in Desktop Wallpaper Calendar: October 2009

Cognac

“It’s the VMAs. Something had to happen. Big shout out to Mr. West for the inspiration. We’re not mad at you. We got nothing but love for you.” Designed by Umer Tahir from Canada.

Cognac in Desktop Wallpaper Calendar: October 2009

Animal Day

“This month we celebrate the international school library month and the world animal day integrating it all with a playful use of typography, you may find a hidden message, enjoy.” Designed by Ana Laura Diosdado from mexico.

Library-mouse in Desktop Wallpaper Calendar: October 2009

Minimal

“Development of typography and light in a minimalist and quiet scene.” Designed by Tarik AMAR from France.

Minimal-autumn in Desktop Wallpaper Calendar: October 2009

October Sentense

“Just motivating sentence for October :)” Designed by Temeshi from Poland.

October Sentense in Desktop Wallpaper Calendar: October 2009

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