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Create your perfect dual-screen setup with a free desktop wallpaper from Twelve South!
We've always enjoyed the dual-screen experience with our Macs - for productivity, for comfort, for style - you can't beat it! While it may start with one of our desktop stands, the finishing touch is the beautiful & expansive wallpaper that sweeps across both screens. We've partnered with some of our favorite photographers & digital artists to create these custom desktop wallpaper collections that are optimized for the panoramic view of your dual-screen setup. We hope you enjoy them as much as we do!
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Neo City by graphic designer Tyler Pate (@thecreativepain), was inspired by sci-fi Neo-noir cityscapes of the future (or from a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away). As spaceships fly through the sky, towers soar through the clouds towards the stars and planets above. Architectural and other worldly, these cityscapes will inspire you to open your mind and leave space to explore the unknown.
Twelve South products used in this setup: Curve for MacBook
Sullivan's Stations by Jason Ogden of Station 28.5 Photography captures a unique view of one of Charleston's barrier islands. From downtown Charleston you can see the Sullivan's Island Lighthouse, but few get to see the views from above which reveal the stunning masterpieces that are the Low Country marshes. Something seemingly familiar becomes otherworldly and abstract. This extraterrestrial feeling is intensified by Ogden's bright color treatment and sky-high perspective.
Innsbruck, the capital of Tyrol, is surrounded by breathtaking views of the serene, snow-capped peaks of the Alps of western Austria. With Winter upon us, the mountains of this region are a sight to behold, and the perfect inspiration for our latest collection. We've partnered with photographer Paul Gilmore to bring you our 6th collection - An Innsbruck Winter.
Twelve South products used in this setup: Curve Riser
As you may know, Twelve South is based in the beautiful southern city of Charleston, SC. We love living here, so we wanted to share a bit of our home with you for our newest wallpaper collection. We partnered with an incredibly talented local photographer Kim Graham who has made Charleston her home for most of her life.
On a recent trip to Hawaii, one of our favorite photographers, Scott Gordon, captured the incredibly diverse landscape of the islands. For this beautiful collection he focused on Hawaii's second largest island, Maui, but was also lucky enough to experience the primarily uninhabited island of Molokai which features waterfalls of more than 2,165 feet tall. Let the lucious blues and greens of Hawaii's landscape transport you to paradise with any of the below dual-screen setups.
We partnered with the amazing Scott Gordon again to capture the San Francisco bay during the golden hours - that time before sunrise and sunset when the light is perfect for shooting. The end result is magical. Take your pick of serene reflections full of lavender and rose quartz, the iconic horizon at sunrise, or an evening skyline full of blue and gold.
For the Twelve South team, a vacation is never just a vacation. It’s a time to try out new prototypes on the road, visit far away lands for inspiration, and for our in-house photographer Steven Jones, a perfect chance to shoot some beautiful dual-screen desktop backgrounds.
Shot over three days in San Fransisco, photographer Scott Gordon sought out his favorite scenes from the Bay area. Although the landscape has been shot many times before, thinking about how the images would span the width of two monitors gave the composition a new challenge and opportunity.