45 Creative Minimal Wallpapers For Your Desktop

May 12, 2011 · 15 comments

by hannah

45 Creative Minimal Wallpapers For Your Desktop

Here at Tripwire Magazine we are not getting tired of showcasing some of the best minimalism designs we can collect all throughout the web. It might be beautiful examples of minimalism in web design, a WordPress Minimalist Themes, we even have principles for creating minimalist web design; we are surely not stopping on showcasing best of the best in minimalist designs.

Another minimal design that we are surely proud to showcase are the minimal wallpapers that you can download. Minimal wallpapers are desktop wallpapers which include simplicity and without the distraction of a complex and much colorful designs. Take a closer look at the 45 most creative minimal wallpapers below!


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1. Franklin

Franklin

2. Newton

Newton

3. Chain

Chain

4. Tohoku

Tohoku

5. Weather

Weather

6. Stacked

Stacked

7. Popcorn

Popcorn

8. Ton

Ton

9. Orangy Cuteness

Orangy Cuteness

10. Feeling to TallFeeling Tall

11. Bye Mice

Bye Mice

12. Connect 4

Connect4

13. Rainbow Dreams

Rainbow Dreams

14. A Little Kiss

A Little Kiss

15. Vinyl Record

Vinyl Record

16. Love Potion

Love Potion

17. Forrst

Forrst

18. X-ray

X-ray

19. Heart

Heart

20. iMac

iMac

21. Phones

Phones

22. Peals

Peals

23. Light-up

Light-up

24. F4

f4

25. Sneak Peek

Sneak Peek

26. El Charro

El Charro

27. DDD Sindrome

DDD Sindrome

28. UP

Up

29. Let’s Bowl

Let's Bowl

30. Zipper

Zipper

31. King Egg

King Egg

32. Light Ninja

Light Ninja

33. Symbols

Symbols

34. Tweet

Tweet

35. Superman

Superman

36. Retro

Retro

37. Charging

Charging

38. Dangerous Waters

Dangerous Waters

39. Fast Food Drinks

Fast food drinks

40. Tools

Tools

41. Poo Friends

Poo Friends

42. Clockwork Orange

Clockwork Orange

43. Coffee

Coffee

44. Snacks

Snacks

45. Submarine Love

Submarine Love

Source: Thanks to Simple Desktops!

Your Turn To Talk

Have you tried to design minimal wallpaper before? Or do you have a favorite one among the above collection? Make sure to share it on our comments section below!

Author : Hannah Milan

Hannah Milan is the founder and curator of MOObileFrames, a collection of wireframes, sketches and user interface drawings that focuses on mobile applications. She is also a co-founder of WebdesignerAid, a resource blog for web designers. She’s managing also the HTML5beauty, a showcase of HTML5 websites and SubmitQuickly, an online service for bloggers and creative people. You can follow her via Twitter as @humbleuidesigns.

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Robert Mitch September 4, 2013 at 4:54 pm

The newton one is just perfect in its simplicity. Most of these can also make truly effective sleep screen as well . thanks for your sharing

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annesofie September 5, 2013 at 12:58 pm

Hi Robert,

You are welcome – glad you liked the post!

Kind regards,
Sofie

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Zacahria February 20, 2013 at 9:51 pm

I could never download no. 12

that little black piece on the end is floating and that would drive me crazy.

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Jahangir August 24, 2011 at 9:07 pm

Very nice wallpapers. Minimalistic wallpapers are sometime more attractive than highly graphic wallpapers.

Thanks for this wonderful compilation.

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lee jo August 12, 2011 at 4:24 am

IT`S really good design!!!
I love It !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Klif May 19, 2011 at 5:35 pm

It’s not really a “best of” or “compilation”… they’re all by the same artist!

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Abed May 18, 2011 at 8:46 am

awesome :)

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Roni Gomes May 16, 2011 at 5:34 pm

Amazing!
So cool!

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abodi May 14, 2011 at 5:34 pm

very creative and simple thx for share

regards,

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Rob Wilcox May 14, 2011 at 10:44 am

I like 43 and 34 and 19 .. they’re really funny.

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Matt May 14, 2011 at 12:45 am

Great compilation, thanks for sharing.

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web design firms May 12, 2011 at 2:45 pm

wow…great designs

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