30 Michael Jackson Commemorative Wallpapers
As the first year of Michael Jackson’s death on June 25, 2010 approaches, we would like to give tribute to Michael Jackson, a real music genius that this world will never see again. He is the seventh child of the Jackson family and started his music career as part of the Jackson 5 in the mid 1960′s. He then went solo in 1971 and then started gaining popularity for his records and videos such as “Beat It” “Thriller” “Billie Jean,” to mention a few. The “Thriller” remains the best selling album of all time. Michael Jackson was a recipient of various awards including 13 Grammy Awards, 26 American Music Awards, 13 No. 1 singles in the U.S., etc. He was also hailed as “Artist of the Century” and as “King of Pop.” There are around 750 million Michael Jackson records sold worldwide.
As our own little way of remembering Michael Jackson and his great contributions not just in music abut in the world of art in general, we decided to gather together 30 of the best wallpapers about him from the great artists from around the web. I hope that all of MJ fans out there will appreciate this collection. To download any of the wallpapers, just click on the preview image to get to the author’s page where you can download the size that fits your desktop. These wallpapers, by the way, are free to download and use as wallpaper for your desktops. I hope you will enjoy this collection.
You may also be interested to view our last year’s round up of Michael Jackson Wallpapers.
01-Michael Jackson Earth Song
02- MJ Desktop by Cory Cow
The third wallpaper designed in memory of the King of Pop.
03-Another MJ wallpaper.
Resolution is 1920×1080 pixels.
04-Michael Jackson 1958-2009
05-Michael Jackson The legacy by Alex Groseth
06-Michael Jackson The Greatest by Alex Groseth
07-Remembering Michael Jackson (1958-2009)
08-Michael Jackson Wallpaper
An image of Michael looking into the sky filled with glittery stars.
09-A Very Simple MJ Wallpaper
Resolution is 1920×1080.
10-Michael Jackson Tribute
An image of the King of Pop. This was done using brushes in Photoshop.