Golden Gate Splash b

The Wallpapers of the Week section is designed to bring you fresh images for iOS devices. By combing through the web and viewing submissions from readers, we post the best of whats around, on a weekly basis.

Today, we depart from the iOS specific restriction and delve into a fairly niche wallpaper genre. Inside, find four sets of dual screen wallpapers for various devices. Naturally, they can be used as standalones, but really shine when paired.

San Francisco wallpapers

The following wallpaper collection was a combined effort between popular hardware company Twelve South and photographer Scott Gordon. Below you will see familiar San Francisco locations, but re-imagined for dual displays. Staged among the screens are familiar Twelve South hardware devices, like their HiRise stand for iPhone and Mac.

Below are several screen sizes. For the uninitiated, make sure you identify your personal monitor setup and download the corresponding left or right image accordingly. To download other sizes, including Retina Display, visit the Twelve South post for details.

Golden Gate Splash b

Golden Gate

MacBook 13″ 1441 x 901: Left; Right

MacBook 15″ 1681 x 1051: Left; Right

iMac 21.5″ 1921 x 1081: Left; Right

iMac/Apple Display 27″ 2560 x 1440: Left; Right

San Fran Nightscape splash

Nightscape

MacBook 13″ 1441 x 901: Left; Right

MacBook 15″ 1681 x 1051: Left; Right

iMac 21.5″ 1921 x 1081: Left; Right

iMac/Apple Display 27″ 2560 x 1440: Left; Right

Cloudveil Splash

Cloudveil

MacBook 13″ 1441 x 901: Left; Right

MacBook 15″ 1681 x 1051: Left; Right

iMac 21.5″ 1921 x 1081: Left; Right

iMac/Apple Display 27″ 2560 x 1440: Left; Right

Soma Splash

Soma

MacBook 13″ 1441 x 901: Left; Right

MacBook 15″ 1681 x 1051: Left; Right

iMac 21.5″ 1921 x 1081: Left; Right

iMac/Apple Display 27″ 2560 x 1440: Left; Right

 Submissions

To have your wallpapers considered for the section, catch up with me via Twitter @jim_gresham. The images do not have to be your own creation, but give credit where do and only submit images that are already formatted for iOS devices. The section wouldn’t be possible without your help!

  • sigh

    Awesome. Looks amazing on my 50 inch

  • AnoNymouz

    Nice

  • Wim Lentjes

    Can you get rid of the TwelveSouth watermarks?

    • Why would you want that? Those are the credits to the source of the photos.

      • Garrett

        I do it all the time in Photos. I don’t redistribute them, I just don’t like the watermark by the dock.

      • Jesse Smith

        I totally agree. How do you get rid of the watermark?

      • Javier Lopez

        I would recommend using Photoshop. The function is called “content aware.” A quick google search will render instructions on how to do it.

      • Kimleang

        like @disqus_jWXvWX8zXe:disqus said “content aware” function in photoshop can do this.
        or if you prefer a light weight photo editor on the mac
        Pixelmator repair tool does really good job.

    • Best way to achieve that, is to crop the image from bottom.

  • Adel Ali

    My city! These pictures don’t do it justice….Still nice

    • Jeffrey Smith

      What city is this?

  • Really like the Nightscape wallpapers *adds to desktop/lockscreen wallpaper slideshow*

  • Артём Суровцев

    It’s may reason only when displays are on one horizontal level

  • n0mar

    Very nice, thanks for the sharing and finding!