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Download these new Google Pixel wallpapers inspired by Indigenous Day
- Google this week rolled out a trio of new wallpapers for Pixel users.
- The wallpapers celebrate World Indigenous Peoples Day with themes of community and nature.
You can now grab a set of new Google Pixel wallpapers celebrating World Indigenous Peoples Day to add to your Android backgrounds collection. Forming part of the Curated Culture collection on Google’s smartphones, the new artwork comes from Inuit artist Gayle Uyagaqi Kabloona.
The three wallpapers showcased on Twitter use a similar color palette, with black, blue, orange, and green featuring prominently. There are themes of community and nature running through all, with vibrant fish jolting through a stream, hands reaching for an embrace, and expressive faces interconnected by colorful circles. Give each a closer inspection below.
If you own a Google Pixel 3 or newer, you can head to the Wallpaper & Style app to find these backgrounds waiting for you. If you don’t, fret not. Grab them at full resolution here.