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Currently I have an Apple 23" Cinema HD display monitor - at a resolution of 1920x1200. Does anyone know where I could find high resolution, widescreen desktop wallpaper? The only place I know of that offers any right now is www.digitalblasphemy.com but you need to purchase a subscription in order to have access to it. When I first got the monitor I purchased one, but my year just ran up, and I really don't want to put out another $100 for another year.

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It's actually funny - about an hour after I posted my question, I bought the subscription to plasmadesign.co.uk - nice designs and it's a lifetime membership instead of the renewing annually thing. Exactly what I was looking for :)

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Actually, when I do a search for widescreen wallpaper, I end up at this thread :)

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Actually, when I do a search for widescreen wallpaper, I end up at this thread :)

You are right...google seems to LOVE this site

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Sorry but I dont think you will get to much from 1024 x 768 resolution!!!
I use 17" and resolution here is 1280 x 1024, what about Dani with 23" :confused:
Also images are not of greates kvality, have ugly logo in right bottom corner, looks to me that most of them been simple scaned.

Sorry my friend

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those are all awesome sites... does anyone know the desktop wallpaper site that has a picture of a faucet spouting fire, maze with white walls,anda lego man, or a couch watching tv with a gray background. for some reason, i think it might be a foreign site, or the url is spelled funny or something.

thanks in advance

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i have this wallapaper that i loveand i dont remember where i got it and i cant find it anywhere on the web, i want to put up a new wallpaper but i dont want to lose the one i have, has anyone seen this wallpaper b4 or know where i can save it?

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If you cant upload a description and a resolution might help a little.

I have the same problem only i alreadyy lost the wallpaper. It was a very high res with just an oak tree in the middle taking up most of the picture in the afternoon.

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Currently I have an Apple 23" Cinema HD display monitor - at a resolution of 1920x1200. Does anyone know where I could find high resolution, widescreen desktop wallpaper? The only place I know of that offers any right now is www.digitalblasphemy.com but you need to purchase a subscription in order to have access to it. When I first got the monitor I purchased one, but my year just ran up, and I really don't want to put out another $100 for another year.

http://wp.deviantart.com/wallpaper/fantasy/?view=1&order=5&limit=24&res=20 you can select the size in pixels and it finds the pictures of that particular size

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Yeah, I would have expected our CineMassive Displays array to have shipped with some triple monitor wallpapers...would have been a nice perk for sure. I hear 9x media has some decent ones. We just use mandolux though. impressive stuff for sure and his prints are for sale at istockpro.

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I subscribed once to digital blasphemy back in the 90's. I think it was like $10 a year then, but after only seeing 3 new wallpapers made for members over the entire year, I gave up on it. I ran at 1600x1200 around '99, which was huge back then, and it was rather difficult finding wallpaper for my screen. That's why I just started making my own!

Took a glance at plasmadesign.co.uk, they got some quality stuff there.

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This post is coming a bit late but I recently started a website called DigitalDefault and I offer free high resolution wallpaper in many sizes. I started this becaue I ran into so many sites that had tons of wallpaper but they were not good quality or required a payment to use.

I hope you take a look, there is not a huge selection yet but I am working hard on getting photographers and artists to share their work. Enjoy!

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