These wallpapers have been created by Inuit artist Gayle Uyagaqi Kabloona and serve to commemorate World Indigenous Peoples Day.
Google we are accustomed to presenting new original wallpapers coinciding with the celebration of some important event What Hispanic Heritage Month or the Earth day and now just released some exclusive wallpapers to celebrate the Day of the Indigenous.
These new wallpapers have been obtained by the folks at android authority and, next, we explain how you can customize the home screen of your smartphone with them, whether you have a google-pixel like any other terminal with Android.
The new exclusive Google wallpapers to celebrate the Day of the Indigenous can now be downloaded
The American company itself has shared on his Twitter account Made by Google these original wallpapers created to commemorate World Indigenous Peoples Day, which have been created by Inuit artist Gayle Uyagaqi Kabloona.
This collection of wallpapers is made up of three wallpapers with a very similar range of colors, in which black, blue, orange and green predominate. One of the wallpapers shows us some fish jumping in a streamanother hands looking for a hug and the third very expressive faces that are interconnected by colored circles.
If you have a Google Pixel 3 or a more current model, you can download and install these original wallpapers simply by accessing the menu Wallpaper and style by long pressing on the home screen, clicking on the button Change wallpaper and selecting the option selected culture within which these three new wallpapers will appear at the top.
But if you don’t have one of Google’s smartphones, don’t worry because You can download them in original quality from the link to Google Drive that we leave you at the end of this article.
In any case, if you like to change your wallpaper regularly, be sure to check out our compilation with the best wallpapers for mobile.