Chicago Bears Team Logos iPad Wallpapers

Contrary to what I said in my previous post of the Miami Dolphins logo and team colours not looking tough, the Chicago Bears are pretty much the opposite. They have a rough animal that’s also tough. They have the black and purple colours for the bruising black and purple NFC North division. For the handful of teams that can claim the toughness image in the NFL, the Chicago Bears would be right up there.

Below are some Chicago Bears iPad wallpapers . I only make wallpapers with team logos because players change too often these days.

There are many types of iPad wallpapers here.

  • Unique one-offs with full backgrounds.
  • Plain logo on a plain team colour background.
  • Embossed logo for those who like a little eye candy, labeled with “emboss”.
  • Small logo are for those who like a lot of plain space for their “padtop” icons.
  • Small embossed logo that look like a button, labeled with “button”.
  • Textured backgrounds like canvas, burlap, sandstone and steel, which you have to see full size to appreciate the difference as the thumbnails don’t do them justice.

I try to design these wallpapers for a variety of tastes and usages. I hope you’ll be able to find one you like.

Please click on the links below for NFL team logo backgrounds/wallpapers (among other themes) for your:

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2 thoughts on “Chicago Bears Team Logos iPad Wallpapers

    • Thanks. It isn’t too much to ask, no. I’m just a bit short on time these days for this sort of thing given the many other things I have going in life. There MUST be all those other iPad wallpapers out there, though, no? I can’t imagine I’d be the only having them if I were to make them!

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