Pipesmoking Desktop Backgrounds: Revisited

Here at Smokingpipes, we photograph each pipe individually, whether new or estate, so our clients have the most accurate representation of the minute details inherent in each pipe they consider. But along with product photography, we create some pretty neat banners and images for the site, blog, and social media as well.

A few years ago we decided to share these lifestyle-focused images in the form of high-resolution desktop and mobile backgrounds. It's been a minute, we know, but we've recently revived the project, and will continue to share our favorite shots and artwork with you all. In this post, you'll find nine unique images, split between desktop and mobile orientations and available for download in two high-resolution formats. They're ready for you to use however you'd like. Feel free to download and set them as your desktop or phone background, or print them out and hang 'em on your wall.

Desktop Wallpapers

Rusticated Poker by Tom Eltang

8:5 16:9

Sandblasted Bent Apple by Alex Florov

8:5 16:9

Smooth Fish by Kei-ichi Gotoh

8:5 16:9

Smooth Strawberry with Bamboo by Michail Kyriazanos

8:5 16:9

Smooth Fish by Nanna Ivarsson

8:5 16:9

Mobile Wallpapers

9:16
9:16
9:16

Smooth Arne Jacobsen Lamp Pipe (Snail) (M) by Tom Eltang

9:16

We're planning on doing quite a few more of these, so if you have a specific idea you'd like to see, feel free to share your thoughts in the comments section below!

* A note on high-resolution sizing:

  • 16:9 ratio will fit the following pixel dimensions: 1920x1080, 1600x900, 1366x768, 1280x720
  • 8:5 ratio will fit the following pixel dimensions: 1920x1200, 1680x1050, 1440x900, 1280x800
Category:   Pipe Line
Tagged in:   Art At Smokingpipes Photography Pipe Culture

Comments

    • Gus Kund on November 24, 2019
    • When will you guys come out with a calendar like this ?

    • Jack Gillespie on November 24, 2019
    • Thank you! I really enjoy these.

    • Jm on November 24, 2019
    • I would like to see more of these, particularly Italian pipes.

    • Dean on November 29, 2019
    • Thank you for finally bringing back this series! Looking forward to many more...

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