Rock Character

This rock character with long shadow began as an image of a flagstone wall which I photographed in 2006. Pieces of that picture were copied and modified, and the two-dimensional finished product was then imported into a three-dimensional environment. Today, you can visit my online shops at Pixels and/or Zazzle for fun product options!

Friday The 13th

Today is Friday, the 13th of September, and there’s a full moon!!! If you’re superstitious about this sort of thing, or if you suffer from triskaidekaphobia, then you’d better bath yourself in vinegar & wear a necklace of garlic cloves. No, wait – that might be in case of vampires? Anyway, the last time that this occurred was October 13, 2000, and, after today, it won’t happen again until August 13, 2049. In the meantime, you can visit my shop at Redbubble to see items featuring this graphic design.

Listening To Music

Enjoy this fun graphic design with half tones and a shredded effect, highlighting a crowd of people cheering for their favorite band performing at a concert.

Visit my online shops at Pixels and/or Redbubble to discover a variety of interesting products featuring this image – here are a few examples:

I hope you find something you like – thanks for visiting!

Starburst Tie Dye Poster

Measuring 18″ by 24″, this colorful retro tie dye poster would make a nice addition to your living spaces! It’s printed on 100-lb. smooth gloss paper for sharp, high-quality images and super vibrant colors. Hang with thumbtacks or putty, or craft a cool do it yourself frame. Enjoy!

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.