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Props to Local Graphic Designer/Blogger, Bobby S.

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Today, the Wall Street Journal's blog, Buzzwatch, pointed readers over to a local graphic designer named Bobby S., who runs a blog called Kitsune Noir. "Ummm… I’m In The Wall Street Journal," he wrote earlier today. "File this post under un-fucking-believable."

Earlier this month, Bobby started The Desktop Wallpaper Project, a weekly release of one free downloadable desktop wallpaper every Wednesday morning. Every week features a guest artist and each wallpaper is available in multiple screen sizes, including verions for the iPhone and PSP. Check them out, they are quite beautiful.

Bobby S. is the former Art + Design Editor here at LAist. Congrats on the great work!

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Desktop Wallpaper shown to the right by Tim Biskup