Member Sean W said:
Sure, there are hundreds of thousands of wallpaper websites that you could visit. Yes, some of those sites have some stunning wallpapers. A few will even let you download some high-res 'papers for free, or at least for a small fee. But the breakdown is this: 99% of those websites are company/corporation owned, exploit many budding artists (or exploit artists that should have been established, but have been kept in some company's pocket), and charge you money for nothing more than glorified eye candy.
Digital Blasphemy is owned by one man, Ryan Bliss. Ryan is the one who produces every wallpaper offered on the site, excepting the images showcased in the User Gallery which helps raise awareness of other artists' work. His full-time job is to make awe-inspiring and fantastic images to grace our otherwise boring computer screens. This is what he does for a living, but that's not the main reason to think about a membership. When you visit wallpaper websites, you're going to a website with pretty pictures. When you come to Digital Blasphemy, you've come into an art gallery.
Ryan doesn't make wallpapers. He makes art.
So, support an artist; it's worth it!