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January’s ‘Curated Culture’ Pixel Wallpapers Now Available

Made by Google continues its monthly drop in new “Curated Culture” Pixel wallpapers in 2022, although January’s additions do not coincide with a specific event / month / day.

#TeamPixel, meet this month’s Curated Culture wallpapers artist Daren Thomas Magee from Real Fun Wow. His work leaves the minds of viewers wandering “to an entirely new place”.

These backgrounds are illustrated by artist Daren Thomas Magee (Instagram) and are somewhat geared towards the New Year and renewal themes.

  • Take every day: “Take each day as it comes, and when it ends, rest easy knowing that you have done all you can.”
  • You are the universe: “When the universe started to expand, you were a part of it, you still are, so keep expanding.”
  • Get up and lie down: “The sun rises and sets, the seasons change, time goes by, there is always a chance for a new start.”

This trio joins 33 other wallpapers for Pride Month, AAPI Heritage Month, Earth Day, International Women’s Day, Black History Month, International Women’s Day Friendship, International Indigenous Peoples Day, Hispanic Heritage Month, World Mental Health Day, National Native American Heritage Month and International Day of Persons with Disabilities.

As usual, these backgrounds aren’t particularly optimized for the Pixel 4a, 4a 5G, and 5’s left hole punch or the Pixel 6’s centered front face.

These January additions to organized culture are available in the Wallpaper & Style app for the Pixel 3 and later. Other device owners can set the latest Pixel wallpapers from the Culture gallery curated above.

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