Desktop Wallpaper: May 2024 With Andrew Footit

05.01.24 | By
Desktop Wallpaper: May 2024 With Andrew Footit

We’re big (HUGE!) fans of Andrew Footit, an award-winning independent artist and designer based in the United Kingdom who focuses on modern and illustrative typography in both 2D and 3D formats. His work has reached worldwide acclaim, garnering the eyes of (and in some cases securing collaborations with) Fortune 500 companies such as Apple, Microsoft, Hyundai, Nike, and more. Inspired by Bauhaus and Memphis design, he launched a series of NFTs collectively called Modernist Masks. Handcrafted by Foot or in collaboration with another artist, all of the masks have a unique 1 of 1 design. But his work isn’t all digital – you can bring home a piece of his craft in the form of a tote, pillow, or art print.

For this month’s Designer Desktop, Footit has shared a wonderfully wild and weird design with puffy cushion-like Xs in an array of patterns and colors. We’ve already downloaded the graphics to our laptops and phones – will you?

Download the wallpapers for free with the links below for all your tech devices today!

DESKTOP: 1024×768 \ 1280×1024 \ 1680×1050 \ 1900×1200 \ 2560×1440

MOBILE: iPhone XSiPad Pro

Check out some of Footit’s other work:

Graphic with the text "good vibes" in bold 3d letters, colored in gradient blue to red, with floating multicolored orbs around the text

Colorful, abstract 3d composition featuring varied geometric shapes and textures, including striped and dotted spheres on a speckled base

Illustration of the number "404" in a colorful, 3d block style on a pink background

Multicolored basketball with patchwork design featuring various patterns

Assorted campbell's condensed tomato soup cans scattered in different orientations and in different gradient colors

abc typography in a bulbous form

graphic art of a peace sign

NFT design of a modernist mask

Learn more about Andrew Footit here and follow him on Instagram here.

View and download past Designer Desktops here.

As the Senior Contributing Editor, Vy Yang is obsessed with discovering ways to live well + with intention through design. She's probably sharing what she finds over on Instagram stories. You can also find her at