Mandolux has released new desktops for download today. The desktops are images for use as the background on Macs, and represent anywhere from abstract imagery to dual monitor desktop configs. According to Mandolux:
mandolux has issued three new Art desktops: one Asian, Mesopotamian, and a Rodin.
About the desktops:
- The latest Asian desktop is titled Kali. This is a close-up photograph of a wooden headpiece of the destructive goddess Kali that was usually worn during the Daksha Yagam dance about six hundred years ago in the region of Kerala, India
- A new Mesopotamian desktop titled Ashurnasirpal II and it is a photograph of the 8th Century BC king transcended into a god
- Lastly, on Monday I issued a new Auguste Rodin desktop titled She Who Was. This is a close-up photograph of She Who Was the Helmet-Makeris Beautiful Wife (circa 1889-90). The title refers to a fifteenth-century ballad by the French poet Francois Villon, in which an old woman laments her lost youth and beauty
You can find more information about the new desktops at the Mandolux Web site. The desktops are available as free downloads.