Let me tell you about this simple Mac OS X feature that (randomly) alternates between desktop background pictures.
I never really gave it much credit as something useful or witty until I came across this beautiful work by the gifted Louie Mantia. I immediately liked the background artwork of the pictures but I wasn’t convinced to use them until I realized how well the subtle (PRODUCT) RED letterings would work together with the mentioned feature.
Now, I’m wondering where can I find more desktop pictures bundles like this one. I’d also love to see you sharing some ideas for new pictures in the comments .
Below, is my System Preferences settings for the desktop picture.
Just for the record. It’s Sunday afternoon and I just had one of those two-hours-long lunches. I open my laptop to find that it salutes me with a bold SAVO(RED)—apologies to british pundits—. Well, I don’t know about you, but this sure made me chuckle for the day. I already can imagine myself working late into night and seeing my desktop wallpaper displaying TI(RED) or HAMME(RED).
Sidenote: Now it’s displaying INSPI(RED) but something along the lines of BO(RED) would be more accurate.
Just wounder why you talked about an OSX Feature. I’ve been using the “Tell wm about a folder with pictures and have it switching at intervals.”
And those pictures where did you find them.
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