Creative Desktop Wallpapers


The Donut Project is probably one of my favorite creative blogs to follow, with great authors and funny/interesting posts almost daily.  The creativity ranges anywhere from hilarious short films, to music videos, to creative design and art inspiration.  Below I’ve showcased some wallpapers that they offer on their site.  

Click on any of the images to download them to your desktop.

The Donut Project is a design inspiration site created by a group of young designers who aspire to inspire.

Desktop Wallpaper

Ricky Salsberry Ricky Salsberry is a print & interactive designer working in Chicago and the editor of The Donut Project. In his spare time he reads/rants about technology, watches hockey, wrecks his bike, and designs some more.

Computer Wallpaper

Gwen Bucknell Gwen Bucknell is a graphic designer out of Cleveland, Ohio who finds joy in paper, getting her hands dirty, and creating.

Decorative Wallpaper computers

Ricky Salsberry Ricky Salsberry is a print & interactive designer working in Chicago and the editor of The Donut Project. In his spare time he reads/rants about technology, watches hockey, wrecks his bike, and designs some more.

Pulp Fiction Wallpaper

Chris Sharron Chris Sharron is an illustrator and cartoonist working out of Northeast Ohio. He enjoys creating things that make people think, laugh, or look at things in a new way.

ComputerWorkDesktop

Jason Bacher Jason is a designer from Ohio, the heart of it all. In the business of getting shit done, most of his time is consumed by graduate studies and teaching. Always keeping an ear to the ground for the next great opportunity, he looks for creative ways to inspire and educate the young minds around him.

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