With all the new technology and the increasing popularity of wallpapers and photos, some people can’t seem to resist trying something new.
Here are a few of the most recent creations.
The Wallpapers: The Dope Wallpapers have created a new kind of wallpaper with psychedelic visuals and psychedelic shapes.
The first is a dark and atmospheric photo of the cityscape from the dystopian sci-fi thriller The Fifth Element.
The photo was taken at the beginning of the movie’s run in 1997 and depicts a vast, bleak cityscape that is in ruins and filled with graffiti and graffiti scrawled on walls and ceilings.
The background is a bright blue sky.
The foreground is a series of brightly coloured graffiti scrawls on a wall in a building next to a graffiti mural that reads “KID” (for Kid).
In a nod to the futuristic cityscape, the second wallpaper is a futuristic image of a futuristic cityscapes from the upcoming movie Terminator: Genisys.
The third is a surreal, psychedelic image of an alien planet in a futuristic, robotic suit, which was created by artist David Wiesner.
The fourth is a psychedelic photo of a surreal cityscape in the dystopian dystopian sci fi thriller The 5th Element.
The fifth is a dreamscape that has been recreated by artist and street artist Steve O’Brien.
The image is a mix of psychedelic shapes and textures, but it’s also heavily reminiscent of the psychedelic psychedelic landscape of The Fifth Elements.
The sixth is a shot from the movie Terminator 2: Judgement Day, featuring a robot dressed in an alien suit, who is standing on a street corner.
The seventh is a photo of an urban fantasy landscape in a dystopian sci fiction thriller The Sixth Sense, featuring futuristic, dark, and vibrant art.
The eighth is a collage of psychedelic and geometric shapes, and is created by Australian artist Daniel Sorensen.
The ninth is a portrait of a psychedelic landscape from The Sixth Element.
There are some other stunning, psychedelic, and surreal creations out there.
Check out our gallery for more psychedelic wallpapers.