With only a few colors, this texture wallpapers set brings a lot to your screen. Offering images that are suitable for both the Lock and Home Screen, you can give your device a fresh makeover in both locations. The textures are complicated in some cases, but also minimal enough to make fans of simplistic backgrounds happy as well. Our Wallpapers of the Week collection aims to please everyone on a weekly basis and this crossover category is great addition.
The collection was snagged from the @iDeviceArt account, which posts great wallpapers on a regular basis. After taking an almost three year break, iDeviceArt “rebooted” earlier this summer and is, again, sharing fresh wallpapers for download. The account does nothing but share wallpapers. If you want a download stream of wallpapers without any personal commentary in between, this is the account to follow.
Below, my favorite image in the texture set is the red, black, and orange “contamination” wallpaper. Even before posting here, I used it as my background for several weeks. It made a great Lock Screen image because it is a little busy with all of the swirling colors. But, it really pops on the iPhone OLED screen, especially with the contrasting black swirls. This one is followed very closely by the “Dunes” wallpaper, for its simplicity and my extreme excitement for the new Dune movie set to launch on HBO Max and in theaters in October.
The iDB Wallpapers of the Week gallery is a collaborative effort by the fans of the gallery itself. To contribute to the collection, please connect with me via @jim_gresham! Send me any downloads or links to wallpaper collections and I can include them on the site. Follow along for mid-week downloads, retweets of images I find along the way, and general commentary about the upcoming iPhone 13. I can’t wait to get my hands on one. It is anticipated the screen size for the iPhone 13 lineup will be the same as current iPhone 12. Consequently, any wallpapers you’ve downloaded in the last year should still be “photo quality” on the new units.