Inside:Hi-res original 3d rendered computer desktop wallpapers and links to some of the best computer art sites on the web.
My name is Ryan Bliss and I've been creating computer wallpapers since 1995. This site contains my entire collection representing over 16 years of work. Start at the beginning and move forward to see how both my skills and software have improved over the years.
A small collection of my wallpapers are free for you to sample and use on your personal computer desktop. Members gain access to my entire gallery and can download them individually or in bulk archives.
There are over 700 images, including Dual-Monitor, Triple-Monitor resolutions up to 7680 x 1600, and 1080p animated versions of some wallpapers. The hi-resolution files are available to my Members but everyone is welcome to download the mobile versions where available.
I hope you enjoy my artwork. Thanks for visiting!
|Member Jake said:
Since I stumbled upon this site looking for backgrounds while learning to design websites as a wee lad in high school, circa 2000, I have always enjoyed seeing the images on this site but was always limited to the free gallery. Now I have a steady job after getting my degree and am not regretting the decision to contribute.
Keep up the amazing and inspiring work Ryan.
Member Susan D said:
I have been a member for many years and Ryan's is the only art that I use for my desktop. Everything he produces is beautiful and I always get several amazed comments.
I tell everyone I know about this website because the quality is excellent. If the Free Site intrigues you, then a membership is very worthwhile. You will not be disappointed.
Member Lee Anderson said:
A friend of mine showed me this site, which he had subscribed to and even sent me a couple of the pictures. After seeing the artwork here and loving it, I decided for myself to sign up for a lifetime membership after my first yearly subscription. I always look forward to seeing a new image posted on the site for which I can use as my new background especially now with my dual-widescreen monitors. Keep up the great work Ryan.