Space scenes for your desktop! Below you will find thumbnail images of each wallpaper available here at Solar Voyager. Specific resolutions are listed below each image. Click on the size selection you need to bring up a larger version in a new window. You will then be able to save the image, or "Set as Background" by right-clicking on it.
These images were painted by Tobias Soderberg of Neotox.com. As you can see, Tobias is a talented artist, bringing color and darkness together in a very dramatic fashion. He continues to post new work periodically, so checkout his website for more!
following four images were created by Adrian Lark. The first two are renderings of Mars, created using Bryce 3D and the MOLA data collected by the Mars Global Surveyor. The model of Valles Marineris from which these images were produced consisted of over 300 million polygons. The last two images are certainly unique. They were created by Adrian's Gravity3D software, which simulates the gravitational interaction between galaxies as they collide. You can find more interesting images at Adrian's Website.
The following images were created by Nick Wittering from RNDnet.org. Nick also has a section in our image archive, so be sure to see that as well!
This group of images was created by Ryan Bliss from Digital Blasphemy, one of the most successful wallpaper websites on the internet. If you haven't seen his work, you are really missing out. Space Art is just one of the many themes covered at the site, which houses a large selection of Ryan's original work from the past several years.
following four images were created by Kees Veenenbos of the Netherlands.
Kees specializes in detailed renderings of the Martian landscape, focusing
on known features. More outstanding images, complete with descriptions,
are available for viewing at his website,
"The Planets" series by Hameed Nawaz is a
collection containing one wallpaper for each planet in our solar system,
as well as the Sun. Each also includes basic facts about the planet
The following images are courtesy of NASA and
were created by a variety of different artists.