I have to say it would be cool to have real wallpaper (the kind you put on your walls) adorned with the a pattern made up of “The Frontier” seen in The Last Starfighter. For now a desktop wallpaper will do.
UPDATE: You can now buy a high-res poster of this image here.
It’s been a while since I’ve done a Jurassic Park post, and even longer since I released a geeky wallpaper (not counting train maps), so this fits the bill nicely. This wallpaper recreates the desktop seen in the first film.
I was about half-finished this one when I released the first one a few days ago – thought I’d go ahead and complete it for a post. I still intend to post many more of these, and probably ones featured in Pinky and the Brain as well.
Here are the wallpapers, two large ones and one for the iPhone, click to enlarge:
I’m going to have a few of these printed as actual blueprints to use as posters. I will give away a few to readers of this site, just trying to figure out how. In a way that benefits a charity, methinks. If you have any suggestions on how to do a freebie giveaway, let me know.
Originally this was slated to be part of the Mad Scientist Gear series, but I decided to make these a regular feature. Introducing Wile E. Coyote’s series of blueprints featuring backfiring trap designs.
These will be facsimiles of the blueprints as they appeared in the cartoons. I know they look very clean and simplistic, but that’s how they looked. I’m sure you could add a ‘worn paper’ look to the images easily enough if you so choose.
I would like Warner Bros. to offer these as posters, but they currently do not. For now they’ll do as desktop wallpapers. Or you could go to Fathead.com and get yourself a wall decal. Or you could get some actual blueprints made! Decisions decisions.
Two large sizes and one for the iPhone, click to enlarge:
I will post a new blueprint every so often. Hope you like them!
UPDATE (Sept 5/2013): I’ve updated these wallpapers! Now in glorious .PNG format, with new tablet and smartphone sizes, and one less typo than before*, oops. You can find a bunch of different sizes for different devices after the jump.