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Meet the Compeoples

Posted by awestbrock on Feb 19, 2013 in Blog

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We look at our computers all day long (at least it seems like I do). Whether it’s a laptop, or a smartphone, or an iPad tablet bla bla, our eyes are often glued to some type of screen. But that also means these high tech devices are looking back at us, right? Why not.

So with that in mind, Compeoples were born – digital faces you add to your computerly devices to bring out their inner personality. Check them out:

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All the computer wallpapers are built to 1440×900, but if you’d like any different size, just email me and I’ll make one up. Same goes for colors or faces (if they work for the proportions). I also tried to get the iPhone5 wallpapers to fit nicely in between the lock screen UI, and to work nicely both vertical and horizontal for the iPad. But either way, I hope you guys like them and actually use them. I know when I pull out my phone and see it smiling back, it does kinda brighten my day in a small way. Obviously my computer desktop is usually too cluttered with crap for that to happen much, but it certainly can’t hurt.

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Redhook Field Desktops

Posted by awestbrock on Sep 9, 2010 in Blog

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In honor of the start of the 2010 NFL season, it seems appropriate to post these desktop wallpapers I made last year for Redhook. At the time we were doing a lot of work with them in the fantasy football world, and since all that takes place online, it only makes sense to have your computer looking the part.

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CS5 Wallpapers

Posted by awestbrock on Jun 10, 2010 in Blog

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Head on over to the ART page (unfortunately, there’s not much to see there just yet) for some Adobe CS5 wallpapers built in everyone’s favorite size of 1440×900 pixels. If it’s not your favorite size, too damn bad. Make your own.

The nice thing about these wallpapers, should you choose to slack off at work, is they act as an extra line of defense. Or if you are working hard, moving pixels around by the truck-load and happen to go to your desktop, the sight of seeing another Photoshop screen can cause your rods and cones to explode. Both are pretty cool. Enjoy.

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