Yesterday, Google started rolling out its smartphones’ November 2022 security patch. The update went live for over a dozen smartphones with tons of fixes. Following the regular move, Google has pushed a couple of new wallpapers for the Pixel smartphones with the update. The wallpapers are based on Curated Culture and are designed by Morning Star. Google is celebrating Native American Heritage Month. The designer added that the month is about centring the responsibilities we have in our physical life.
The month is also for people to think a bit deeper about the responsibilities humans carry for themselves, their communities, and their futures. He also added that there are a total of three wallpapers included in the new Curated Culture collection. Those three are named Community (Bees), Joy (Hummingbirds), and Protection (Moose).
The first wallpaper, Community, illustrates the way bees have complex, reciprocal relationships with one another. Their sense of community and working together is at the centre of the plants, foods, and medicines that sustain us. The second one, i.e., Joy, describes that one gift that hummingbirds carry is spreading joy.
Their presence of them is often fleeting, reminding us to savour each moment. Finally, Protection explains the teachings of Moose that we would do anything to protect the ones we love.
Apart from this, Google has almost 63 wallpaper collections in Curated Culture. The Pixel users from Pixel 3 can get the latest wallpapers by visiting Wallpaper & Style app. Other users can download the wallpapers from the given link above.