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Vlad Gerasimov 2 September 2010
This is probably more suitable for a poster design than a wallpaper. Anyway, I hope you will like it! (And of course, posters are available!)

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Comments {30}

Kaz 2 September 2010
Amazing how much the same basic shape has been replicated across so many different cultures. I wonder if they were invented independently from each other or copied from one people to another, or a bit of both Anyway - pretty!

Daniel Pataki 2 September 2010
Hah, good point Lim, but I think it's actually a coincidence this time, or at least the instruments look like that in real life :) How awesome is the musical bow? In peace they make music, in war just turn 'em around and shoot :)

AMPIT 2 September 2010
Good as allways. thanks again

Suzana 3 September 2010
Another awesome wallpaper!!! Yes, it would make a great poster too!!! :o)

Tade Sargsian 3 September 2010
влад, а можно такой же, только с надписями на русском? пожалустя, пожалустя, пожалустя :)

global.alexithymia 4 September 2010

xin 5 September 2010
hey, Indonesia has a cool string instrument called 'sasando'. you should put that into your wallpaper too...=D

Vida Hernaus 11 September 2010
great! i never knew there were so many :)

Adagio 16 September 2010
Beautiful! I would love to see one on "all instruments of the orchestra" ...

saeed 30 September 2010
everyday you are on top

RozA 1 November 2010
And what is Crwth (top left)?

Elif 21 November 2010
There are Sitar,Tar,Kemenche,Rebab,Komuz,Dutar,Santur,Lute,Çeng. Seperately it isn't Tampuri. It is Tambur. The Tambur player is called a tanburî.

Amazigh 30 August 2011

Deepu Nair 10 November 2013
Beautiful as always vlad…!!! :-)

Noura 2 September 2010
simple but great ... love it :) it's been a while since you published your last tutorial ... hope you have time to publish more of them soon ... thanks

Lim Lian Tze 2 September 2010
Is it just me, or all the stringed instruments really have cutesy smiley faces?

Oziel 2 September 2010
Ukulele? For Tahiti, mauruuru! (thank you!)

mhtrinh 2 September 2010
Cool ! There is even the traditional vietnamese guitar !!

Mike Cook 3 September 2010
No mandolin :( But excellent nonetheless!

3 September 2010
Very cool. Hammered dulcimer? Sort of stringy.

Lorena 4 September 2010
That´s amazing!!!

Nuheen Khan 4 September 2010
I think "Tampuri" is meant to be Tanpura (or Tambura) -

atefe 5 September 2010
that's amaziiiiing.thanks VLAD

birol yilmaz 6 September 2010
thanks Vlad, thats very nice wallpaper specially for the people who dedicated their lives to music & instrucments. i would like to see another background colour for better contrast because all instruments are "brown/wooden colour based".. what do you think?

nat 17 September 2010
beautiful, as always :)

rachel 1 October 2010
no ukulele?

bert 2 November 2010

r.b 24 July 2011
you should make a movie with your own world, better that tim borton, that's for sure, cuz this is cute and brilliant :):D

zak 21 January 2012
isnt very beautyful...

Ives 7 May 2014

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