The AT&T Death Star

CrackBerry Wallpaper Wednesday
By Adam Zeis on 15 Aug 2012 11:25 am
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It's Wallpaper Wednesday! Keep reading to see what awesome wallpapers we have for you this week.

Wednesday means wallpapers! Here is another great round of wallpapers from the CrackBerry Gallery for your viewing pleasure. If you like them be sure to leave a comment letting us know. Don't forget to help out by adding your own creations to our gallery as well!

If you're not registered already you'll need to do so in order to download from the gallery (don't worry, it's free!). Keep reading for my picks for the week!

ff15 - 640x480

ff15 

ss12 - 640x480

ss12

 

Buddha - 480x360

Buddha

 

Death Star - 1024x1024

Death Star 

 

You can always find the latest wallpapers for your BlackBerry phone or tablet in our FREE CrackBerry wallpaper gallery. Be sure to submit your own creations using the CrackBerry Wallpaper Maker (also free!) to share with the CrackBerry nation.

Want a bit more wallpaper love? Check out the CB Wallpaper Changer app in BlackBerry App World!

5 comments

lwaysluking

Somebody please correct me if I'm wrong! I know this is anal, but I'm an audio freak damn it!

As cool as it does look, shouldn't the spinning turntable image ("ff15" - 640x480) be flipped 180 degrees around the vertical axis? Turntable platters do not spin counterclockwise. If spinning, the vinyl record shown above would produce a screeching sound followed by immediate destruction of the needle (stylus) and the record itself! The arm does not belong on that side of the record.

BDR529

Ha! great catch, hadn't noticed that at first glance

lwaysluking

LOL -thanks. It just felt WRONG.

serversurfer

Right! :-) The turntable is posted again in my thread (serversurfers Bold99xx-walls) correctly now... I haven´noticed it... :-)
But beside this you cant imagine how proud I am to see "my" posted walls already the fourth or fifth time in this blog.... :-)

lwaysluking

And you should be proud. I've followed your thread and I see that you have some awesome imagery in that collection (including the turntable platter above). Thank you!