Google has generated quite a stir with the new Pixel phones and their awesome features! While Pixel 2 and 2 XL have had their problems, they do not fail to amaze us with their amazing UI and features. One of these features are those beautiful wallpapers which can be found on the Wallpapers app in “Come and play” section.
The wallpapers look abstract and intriguing and somewhat alive. If you’re a curious soul, you might have questioned how these amazing designs came into being and today we are here to show you how.
Leta Sobierajski and Wade Jeffree are the masterminds behind these lively designs which have been created using various hand-painted foam shapes and backdrops (even fishing lines!). So yes, the wallpapers were NOT digitally made but we are sure that computers were used to give a final touch to these wallpapers! Watch this video to have a quick peek into the process –
The designers wanted to create something digital with a speck of reality and hence these gorgeous wallpapers came into being! What’s even better is the fact that these wallpapers are made for screens with an 18:9 aspect ratio. Each nook and corner of your display gets blessed with a distinct design and the results are ethereal.
People like pretty and new things on their devices and so, the smartphone manufacturers are trying their best to leave a long-lasting impression with such small gestures. These wallpapers are exclusively made for the Pixel phones but fret not! With some entry-level Google searching skills, you’ll be able to find a link to these wallpapers for your phone as well!
Are you a Pixel user? How do these wallpapers look to you? Let us know in the comments section below!