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:
I would like to inform you that mandolux has issued six new desktops: four GRAFFiTi (Giant/Vector), one Egypt (Antiquities), and Bubbles (Abstract/Nature).
About the desktops:
There is a new killer desktop: GRAFFiTi: BLASTED. Blasted is a dual giant monitor desktop and it is a combination of vector art (graffiti and blood) and a photograph of a chain-link window with a bullet hole thru it. It is available in Giant (1920x1200, 1680x1050, and 1440x900) and regular formats. This is a must-download desktop but, at the same time, it is an acquired taste because of the blood splatter
There is a new theme: Egypt (as in ancient Egyptian antiquities) and the first desktop is a photograph of a stone relief dating over 2600 years taken at my favorite museum Los Angeles County Museum of Art. The relief has a lot of texture and imperfections that makes it quite interesting to look at. The inspiration for this new theme was due to the latest issue of the National Geographic and their wonderful article and photography on a new tomb discovery in Egypt (National Geographic, The Sun Gods Treasurer (November 2003)). The next new theme about antiquities: Mesopotamia
Lastly, there is another new theme titled Bubbles. As the name implies, its about bubbles and the first desktop is a photograph of a formation of bubbles in a glass set against an aluminum plat
You can find more information about the new desktops at the Mandolux Web site. The desktops are available as free downloads.