Space by GTGraphics theme is a unique collection of content offered free of charge to Windows 7 users via the Windows Personalization Gallery.
So unique in fact that one might dare to call it out of this world. One of the latest additions to the personalization content offered by Microsoft, the new Space theme pack features imagery authored by two artists at GTGraphics.de.
Tobias Roetsch (Tänaron) and Jeff Michelmann (gucken) have put their mad Photoshop skills to very good use and created some amazing examples of digital art that are bound to delight Windows 7 users setting them as wallpapers.
“Send your desktop to the furthest reaches of the universe with these fantastic photorealistic images of distant planets and outer space events by GTGraphics in this free Windows 7 theme,” reads the theme pack’s description.
Users that find the new Space Windows 7 theme to their liking might also be interested in visiting the GTGraphics’ site and check out some more digital work done by the two artists.
The images created by taenaron and gucken are available for commercial use, and can be licensed via said site.
Jeff Michelmann (gucken) is 22 years old and lives in Munich, while Tobias Roetsch (taenaron) is 23 years old and a resident of Dresden.
“We are German artists that are specialized to digital art and photography,” the duo notes about themselves.
“The first version of GT-Graphics was released in 2006. Since then we continually tried to improve our skills regarding our art as well as our presentation in the web. We are self-taught and started using Photoshop almost at the same time in 2005. Preferred programs are Adobe Photoshop, 3D Studio Max and Terragen 0.81.”
I included previews of the 16 wallpapers packed into the Space theme below, but Windows 7 users can just download and install it since it’s free.