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Dan Dare 2001 - 2003 Mobile Phone / WAPsite Graphics


Please note: This page and it's contents were created by me way back in the early 2000's when mobile phones were still pretty basic: a time when colour screens were brand new and mobile internet had only just begun. That is why everything on this page now looks so old and outdated - it is! I have left this page intact to preserve a fun little piece of history, which is the main point of this website after all.



The images below show the Dan Dare mobile phone Operator Logo, Picture Messages and Animated Screensaver that I created for my Nokia 3330e phone one rainy Sunday afternoon in mid 2001. They are suitable for the following Nokia phones: the 3310, 3330, 3330e, 3410 and 5510 for the operator logo and picture messages, and the 3330, 3330e and 5510 for the animated screensaver. You can put them onto your own phone if you wish, via software and a data cable that can be bought quite cheaply from LogoManager. Click on this link to download my 6 LogoManager-compatible files containing the phone graphics (1.91 KB ".zip" compressed file): Dan Dare LogoManager Files

Operator Logo
Picture Message 1
Picture Message 2
Dan Dare Operator Logo as it actually looks on the Nokia 3330e mobile phone

Dan Dare Picture Message 1 as it actually looks on the Nokia 3330e mobile phone

Dan Dare Picture Message 2 as it actually looks on the Nokia 3330e mobile phone

Picture Message 3
Picture Message 4
Animated Screensaver
Dan Dare Picture Message 3 as it actually looks on the Nokia 3330e mobile phone

Dan Dare Picture Message 4 as it actually looks on the Nokia 3330e mobile phone

Dan Dare Animated Screensaver as it actually looks on the Nokia 3330e mobile phone



The images below show the Dan Dare Colour Wallpapers that I created for my Nokia 3510i phone in early 2003. They are miniature 92 x 45 pixel GIF image files, and thus should work fine with ANY mobile device capable of displaying GIFs. If you would like them on your phone, please see the next section for details of how to do that.

Colour Wallpaper 1
Colour Wallpaper 2
Colour Wallpaper 3
Dan Dare Colour Wallpaper 1 as it actually looks on the Nokia 3510i mobile phone

Dan Dare Colour Wallpaper 2 as it actually looks on the Nokia 3510i mobile phone

Dan Dare Colour Wallpaper 3 as it actually looks on the Nokia 3510i mobile phone

Colour Wallpaper 4
Colour Wallpaper 5
Colour Wallpaper 6
Dan Dare Colour Wallpaper 4 as it actually looks on the Nokia 3510i mobile phone
Dan Dare Colour Wallpaper 5 as it actually looks on the Nokia 3510i mobile phone
Dan Dare Colour Wallpaper 6 as it actually looks on the Nokia 3510i mobile phone

 

 

Here are the actual GIFs for the above Colour Wallpapers if you want to copy them and put them onto your phone yourself - you can buy the necessary software and data cable to allow you to do that quite cheaply from many mobile phone websites (LogoManager have suitable kit for example). Alternatively, if you have a WAP-enabled phone you can download them directly onto your phone via the WAP portal - go to the following address in your phone's browser to download the first one, and then increment the number in the name for each subsequent one:
http://www.dan-dare.org/Mobile/DDWpaper1.gif ,  /DDWpaper2.gif ,  /DDWpaper3.gif .....

Colour Wallpaper 1
Colour Wallpaper 2
Colour Wallpaper 3
Dan Dare Colour Wallpaper 1 source GIF image file (92 x 45 pixels, 2.65 KB)

Dan Dare Colour Wallpaper 2 source GIF image file (92 x 45 pixels, 1.59 KB)

Dan Dare Colour Wallpaper 3 source GIF image file (92 x 45 pixels, 3.42 KB)

Colour Wallpaper 4
Colour Wallpaper 5
Colour Wallpaper 6
Dan Dare Colour Wallpaper 4 source GIF image file (92 x 45 pixels, 3.56 KB)

Dan Dare Colour Wallpaper 5 source GIF image file (92 x 45 pixels, 4.29 KB)

Dan Dare Colour Wallpaper 6 source GIF image file (92 x 45 pixels, 2.96 KB)



If your phone supports animated GIFs, here are two Animated Colour Wallpapers that you might like... As with the above non-animated ones, you can copy them onto your phone yourself via the relevant software and data cable, or you can download them directly onto your phone via the WAP portal from:
http://www.dan-dare.org/Mobile/DDAniWpaper1.gif  and  /DDAniWpaper2.gif

Animated Colour Wallpaper 1
Animated Colour Wallpaper 2
Dan Dare Animated Colour Wallpaper 1 source GIF image file (92 x 45 pixels, 9.92 KB)

Dan Dare Animated Colour Wallpaper 2 source GIF image file (92 x 45 pixels, 11.5 KB)



Below is a miniature animated GIF of some of the Dan Dare Icons available for download from Dan-Dare.org's "sister" site, Dan-Dare.net - click on this link to go to the download page: Dan Dare Icons and Cursors. As above, if your phone supports animated GIFs, you can use this one on your phone too. The WAP address is:
http://www.dan-dare.org/Mobile/DDIcons.gif

Dan Dare Icons Animated GIF
A miniature animated GIF of some of the Dan Dare Icons available for download from Dan-Dare.org's "sister" site, Dan-Dare.net (32 x 32 pixels, 10.3 KB)



(Click on this link to view a large collection of animated GIFs that I created featuring a variety of Dan Dare images - there are 5 pages in total: Dan Dare Animated GIFs Page 1)



Click on the image below to view the Dan-Dare.net WAPsite (a wireless mini-version of Dan-Dare.org's "sister" site that I created in 2003, which was the very early days of mobile phone internet technology, hence the reason the WAPsite is so simple and basic), which can also be viewed on your mobile WAP device by visiting http://www.dan-dare.net/index.wml :
Click here to view the Dan-Dare.net WAPsite


Here are all the images (black-and-white WBMP format, which were the only type of web graphics early internet-capable mobile phones could support) used in the Dan-Dare.net WAPsite:

The Dan-Dare.net WAPsite Logo, featuring Dan Dare's personal spaceship, "Anastasia"
The original 1950's "Colonel Daniel MacGregor Dare, Pilot of the Future" from the Eagle comic
The original 1950's "Spaceman 1st Class Albert Fitzwilliam Digby", or Digby for short
The original 1950's Mekon, Dan Dare's unforgettable evil arch-nemesis
The Dan-Dare.net WAPsite Logo, featuring Dan Dare's personal spaceship, "Anastasia"

The original 1950's "Colonel Daniel MacGregor Dare, Pilot of the Future" from the Eagle comic

The original 1950's "Spaceman 1st Class Albert Fitzwilliam Digby", or Digby for short

The original 1950's Mekon, Dan Dare's unforgettable evil arch-nemesis

A 1960's version of the original 1950's Dan Dare from the Eagle comic
The 1977 version of Dan Dare from the 2000AD comic
The 1982 version of Dan Dare from the new version of the Eagle comic
The 1982 version of the totally evil and emotionless Mekon
A 1960's version of the original 1950's Dan Dare from the Eagle comic

The 1977 version of Dan Dare from the 2000AD comic

The 1982 version of Dan Dare from the new version of the Eagle comic

The 1982 version of the totally evil and emotionless Mekon

The 1989 version of the original 1950's Dan Dare from the new Eagle comic
One of the 1980's computer game versions of the original 1950's Dan Dare and Mekon
The 2002 version of Dan Dare from the computer-generated animated TV series
The 1950's and 60's "Anastasia", Dan Dare's personal spaceship
The 1989 version of the original 1950's Dan Dare from the new Eagle comic

One of the 1980's computer game versions of the original 1950's Dan Dare and Mekon

The 2002 version of Dan Dare from the computer-generated animated TV series

The 1950's and 60's "Anastasia", Dan Dare's personal spaceship

A 1950's Interplanet Spacefleet rocket ship
A 1950's Treen Interceptor spaceship
The Cryptos spaceship from the mid-1950's "Man From Nowhere" trilogy of stories
The 1960's "Tempus Frangit", Dan Dare's experimental faster-than-light spaceship
A 1950's Interplanet Spacefleet rocket ship

A 1950's Treen Interceptor spaceship

The Cryptos spaceship from the mid-1950's "Man From Nowhere" trilogy of stories

The 1960's "Tempus Frangit", Dan Dare's experimental faster-than-light spaceship




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