Tired of opening your laptop or grabbing your phone and seeing the same lame wallpaper — some generic tropical paradise, or a super-macro flower shot? We feel you! And apparently, so does the D.C. Commission on the Arts and Humanities. They've combed through the Art Bank Collection, an array of local works purchased by the city and displayed in D.C. government buildings, and created a super-cool gallery of downloadable wallpapers for computers, iPhones, and iPads.
We're loving the artistic renderings of Ben's Chili Bowl and the old Wonder Bread building by Michael Crossett, and the understated geometric creations by Anne Albagli. With 39 options to choose from, you can ogle a fresh work of art every day. And isn't that better than staring at a nondescript sunset all day?
Photo: Via DCCAH/Jessica Van Brakle