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Various Desktop Wallpapers

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Will Bueché (May 2001)

"The layout of the characters is based on a promo flier that Westwood sent to stores; the images are taken from Westwood's website. Beyond the visual dedication to the film that is apparent in every game-scene, the game provides a storyline worthy of the Blade Runner name, steeped in paranoia and fragile dreams.

...If another game company would only pick up the license, it is a world that many fans would no doubt enjoy returning to."

Wallpaper - 800 x 600 x 24 (193KB)
Shannon Potratz (May 2001)

"This is a desktop image that I created for myself composed of various Blade Runner images I was able to find via the web as well as my own resources."

Wallpaper - 1163 x 864 x 24 (396KB)
Sergio Requena (June 2001)

"Environment. Itīs the key.
Itīs like a dream, itīs so so far away inside our minds ..."

Wallpaper - 1024 x 768 x 24 (368KB)
Jorge Morales (July 2001)

"Hi and greetings from Spain! I am a BR fanatic and some years ago I created a series of graphics to promote the possibility of Johnnie Walker to release a special whisky bottle commemorating the upcoming 20th anniversary of BR. This is, perhaps, the best one."

Wallpaper - 1024 x 768 x 24 (77KB)
Jorge Morales (July 2001)

"Here's another one. A loyal reproduction of an 'Off World' advertisement created for the film but finally unused. I think it's perfect to use as wallpaper!"

Wallpaper - 1024 x 768 x 24 (102KB)
Xavier Garcia (October 2001)

"This was originally intended for a Photoshop contest on creating a bladerunner sequel lobby poster. I missed my deadline, but nevertheless came up with this. The idea of using a white background with the images gives a sense of depth and texture. Brando as replicant?...a must see!"

Wallpaper - 800 x 600 x 24
Xavier Garcia (October 2001)

"This was the second attempt at creating a lobby poster as a teaser. This time, I began to play with bladerunner motifs, such as the Chinese lettering, the red laser eye on Ricci, snipes as bladerunner caught between two women, the bladerunner as loner in street. Its interesting how manipulating a few images around the screen can convey a new thought or another new image in the mind."

Wallpaper - 800 x 600 x 24
Xavier Garcia (October 2001)

"At this point, I was immersed in symbology and the mythical perspectives of the original bladerunner novel by Philip Dick. I read the novel back in 89'. I believed that the Deckard character in the book is a symbol of isolation and despair. The futuristic man must come face to face with his true self. Thus, this image was an attempt at objectifying the realities that deckard had to accept. I think I will continue to experiment on this theme and expand on it by using Bladerunner as a canvas."

Wallpaper - 800 x 600 x 24
M. S. Cao (November 2001)

"I've tried to express two of the themes from the movie in this composition. The first is the inner turmoil felt by Deckard as he carries out his assignment while, at the same time, having feelings for Rachael. Although their future is not certain, their fate is somewhat happier than the one expressed in the second theme, which is that of the love between the replicants Roy and Pris and their sad demise."

Wallpaper - 1024 x 768 x 24
Robin Vincent (November 2001)

"I tried to capture the overall mood of the film by using a lot of dark and washed out colours. This, the smooth gradients, and the fairly simple design also make sure the desktop doesn't feel 'cluttered'; I always keep in mind that I will probably have a tenfold of icons on top of it which I want to be readable!"

Wallpaper - 1024 x 768 x 24
Michael Sholl (January 2002)

Richard Gunn: "I'm not sure if Michael intended this image to be a desktop wallpaper, but here it is anyway. I very much like the 'aura' effect around Roy. Perhaps replicants do have souls after all..."

Wallpaper - 1280 x 1024 x 24
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