Today’s iPad wallpaper pick is called This Corrosion. It’s another one created by Brett Jordan (no relation) and shared at our iPad Insight Flickr group.
I’ve always been partial to abstract images as iPad wallpapers and this one drew me in as soon as I saw it. The color mix in it is one I don’t recall seeing before, and I think it works extremely well on the iPad home screen and lets app icons still stand out on the page nicely.
Here’s a look at it on my iPad mini home screen:
Our iPad Insight Flickr group is now chock full of incredible art created on iPads and a great range of lovely iPad wallpapers. Check it out if you get a chance.
It’s March 17, St. Patrick’s Day. Of course today’s iPad wallpaper pick is in keeping with this auspicious day.
Guinness. Nothing says St. Patties Day more than a beautiful draught pint that’s always worth waiting for.
I found this image of two pints of Guinness at pickywallpapers.com – and it looks almost as good as the real thing on my iPad home and lock screens. Here’s the original for those of you who have thirsty iPads:
This weekend’s iPad wallpaper selection is Penguins, those two cute fellas (or lasses) shown above.
Selection this week was a bit of a no-brainer for me. My daughter is a huge animal lover. She’s been fascinated with animals of all types ever since she was tiny, she wants to be a vet when she grows up, and right now penguins are right around the top of her list of favorite animals.
And … today is her 10th birthday. So these are not just iPad wallpaper penguins – they’re also doubling as Birthday Tribute Penguins.
Happy Birthday Zoe.
This weekend’s iPad wallpaper pick is this one I’m calling Blue Green Stripes.
Once again this is ‘homemade’ iPad wallpaper, created with the superb Deko app. This app makes I incredibly simple to create abstract images and patterns – and many of them end up being very well suited for use on you iPad home and lock screen.
Each time you swipe you’re presented with a new image. You can choose to adjust an image or just swipe again to see a new one. If you fancy creating your own iPad wallpapers you won’t find many better options than using Deko.
I’ve uploaded the wallpaper image to our iPad Insight Flickr group page. If you have a chance, check out the group for lots of great iPad wallpapers and incredible art created on iPads.
Today’s weekend iPad wallpaper pick is Blue Wall. I like iPad wallpapers of many different kinds, but I do find that simple, abstract, and blue are three elements that all have consistent appeal for me.
This wallpaper is another one found in the iWalls – wallpapers for iPad app – and again from the Simple category.
This weekend’s featured iPad wallpaper is Silk. It’s another simple, dark abstract image that lets my app icons really stand out.
It’s also another one found in the iWalls – wallpapers for iPad app, in the ‘Simple’ category. This iWalls app has a lot of impressive iPad wallpapers in a good range of categories that should offer something for just about anyone’s taste.
Here’s a look at the Silk wallpaper on the iPad mini home screen:
I’ve uploaded this one to our iPad Insight Flickr group. Check the group out for lots of great iPad wallpapers and some incredible iPad art.
This weekend’s iPad wallpaper pick is Dark, Simple, Grungy – shown above. I’ve always been a big fan of simple abstract or pattern wallpapers for my iPad – and this one absolutely fits the bill.
I’m also a sucker for deep, dark backgrounds that allow iPad app icons to really pop – and again this one definitely puts a check in that box.
I came across this one in the iWalls – wallpapers for iPad app, in the ‘Simple’ section – which has a very nice selection.
Today’s iPad wallpaper choices are a few more created shapes and patterns created with the excellent Deko app. I’ve only had this app for a couple weeks, but I love it and I’m getting lots of good use out of it. It’s just so easy to create new wallpapers for your iPad with this app.
First up this week is the image shown above, which I’m calling Green Shapes.
Today’s weekend iPad wallpaper choices are all abstract shapes and patterns created in just a few minutes over the last couple of evenings on my iPad mini.
The first one, shown above, I’m just calling Black Blue & Yellow Squares. It’s a little louder than my usual color choices but I find it striking and think it looks great on the iPad home screen.
Hit the break for three more of these homemade abstract iPad wallpapers …
Here’s our weekly dose of iPad wallpaper goodness. Today’s walls are two more from the prolific Brett Jordan (no relation) – who is continually sharing great images to the our Flickr group.
First up today is the Perforations image shown above. I really enjoy the colors on this one – blue and green are always near the top of the charts for me with iPad wallpapers. I also just find the image quite interesting.
OK, I don’t usually post about iPad wallpapers here except in regular weekend iPad wallpapers posts – but this is well worthy of an exception. The lovely folks at OS X Daily have highlighted a set of high resolution images of nebulas from NASA that are just spectacular.
The 6 images are all taken from the NASA Astronomy Photo of the Day collection and they’re at high enough resolution to make for some great iPad or iPhone or even desktop wallpapers. My favorite is the Flaming Star Nebula shot shown above, but honestly all the images are stunning.
If you’re looking for some amazing astronomy images to use as iPad wallpapers, take a look at the this OS X Daily post with links to the NASA images.