It’s a dull Monday morning here in the office, which means it’s probably an excellent time to change my iPad and Mac wallpapers to something a little different. Here’s five great wallpapers that we’ve stumbled across over the weekend. All of them should work on your iPhone, iPad, or Mac will a little finesse.
If you love music, the music pattern wallpaper, while a little dark, creates a nice embossed looking wallpaper of iPods, boomboxes, records, and other fun music gadgets. Perfect for music hipsters.
If you’re the type of person that likes you’re wallpaper interacting with your app icons on your phone, then Nano Tubes is probably for you.
Wood Shelves turns the iBooks and Newsstand backgrounds into a wallpaper for your iPhone. If you need a little bit more wood in your life, you’re going to want to give this iPhone wallpaper a download.
If you’re looking to put some abstract color into your wallpaper, the Rainbow wallpaper from Florin Gorgan is a great place to start. The wallpaper, designed for the Mac, can easily be resized for your iPhone or iPad.
If it’s time to add some concrete to your devices, this minimal background is a great place to start. I personally prefer the type of background that adds some flare to your device, while keeping it minimal and unobtrusive. Go Away Green does exactly that.