Retro Neon Colors Sling Chair

This vibrant sling chair is the perfect backyard or beach companion to help you reach peak relaxation! Let your cares melt away in the polyester hammock-style seat and recline in three different positions for whatever your lounging style may be. The UV and water resistant coating means you can take it anywhere and not worry about bringing it inside during storms or when not in use. Enjoy!

Future of Light

Actually, I believe that these lights may have been installed during the early 1980’s, but they nevertheless retain a futuristic quality worthy of being photographed – from Knoxville, Tennessee.

Prints are available for your home or office – simply visit my gallery at Pixels.

Phosphorescent Abstract

Based on macro photography featuring a thick chunk of refracting-glass, special effects and collage were used to develop this contemporary, abstract digital artwork. What is it? Good question – chaos, at a minimum.

Visit my galleries at Pixels and/or Redbubble to discover a variety of fine items!

Hope to see you soon!

Sasquatch Incognito T-shirt

Incognito sporting a pair of sunglasses in the backwood forests of the Pacific Northwest, a relative of the Yeti – the North American Sasquatch – enjoys the peace and quiet of his nomadic life among the trees. You may prefer living in the city, but nevertheless enjoy this t-shirt from Zazzle, available in many colors and styles.

Bigfoot In Shades

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Meet Sasquatch – in shades. A modern monkey with a knack for style and adventure, wandering the Pacific Northwest unfettered, incognito. Or, is it just some guy masquerading as a gorilla, scaring campers? Exercise discretion!

Software used: Photoshop & Filter Forge

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Retro Cassette Tape

For a while, listening to music on 8-track tapes was all the rage. Then came the cassette tape, compact disk, and, most recently, digital downloads. This graphic design looks back to the cassette tape, when a person had to wait to rewind or fast forward before enjoying their favorite songs. It may seem like an inconvenience, but the (then) new capacity of an individual being able to make physical recordings was an exciting prospect, something that wasn’t possible with commercial 8-track tape players. Anyway, that was then – now, this design is available on prints and other merchandise in my gallery at Pixels. Drop by for a visit, sometime!