This structural digital artwork is based on a photograph of a ticket booth and entryway from a local, historical theater. You can visit these shops for a variety of fine products: Pixels, ArtFlakes and ArtPal. ✅
I recently visited the web site of a friend, where I enjoyed her writings about different letters of the alphabet, and was reminded of a game I used to play many years ago – The Alphabet Game. It’s an easy and fun game to play with two or more people…
How To Play
The first person starts the game by saying a word that begins with the letter “A” – such as, Always. The next person restates the word beginning with the letter “A” & adds another word, this time beginning with the letter “B” – such as, Always, Beautiful. Any word can be selected, including names. So, the next person might say – Always, Beautiful, Carla. The words chosen can be completely random, or players may seek to form sentences, as in the following example:
Always Beautiful Carla Delights Every Friend, Granting Herself Inner Joy. Kind, Loving Mother Nurturing Offspring Perpetuates Quality. Reading, She Thoroughly Understands Voluminous Wordsmanship. Xenial Youthful Zeal.
Note: as per my experience, having played this game, one may unexpectedly recall the list of words used, several days later 😂🤪
P.S.: if you visit Carla’s web site, please say “Hello” from Phil. Thanks!
PHOTO CREDIT: a modified version of a photo from unsplash.com.
Planning to attend an evening performance at the theater? If so, have fun and don’t forget to bring your own binoculars for the show! Or, stay home and enjoy this macro photography of vintage brass opera glasses with mother of pearl, by Marchand (Paris), available in my galleries at Fine Art America and Redbubble on a variety of interesting items – including prints (framed, canvas, art, poster, acrylic, wood and metal). Customization options, too.
This graphic design features a large crowd of cheering fans at a concert, with a hot-summer gradient, halftones and shredded effect. Based on a photograph, I used Adobe Photoshop, Filter Forge and Affinity Photo to create this image – available on a wide variety of products in my shops at Redbubble, Pixels and Zazzle.
Hope to see you soon!
Vintage, yes, but it wasn’t really that long ago when VCR video cassette tapes were a common fixture in everyday home entertainment. Though one shouldn’t expect a return of this older technology, you may nevertheless enjoy this graphic artwork on a wall in your home, dormitory or office. If so, visit my gallery to see more. Thanks!
It was probably the late-80’s when last I saw Fiddler On The Roof. Many years later (yesterday), I attended & enjoyed the matinee showing at the Tennessee Theater in Knoxville. I’d hoped that I might bump into a friend, but didn’t see her – maybe some other time.
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.
I hope you find something you like – thanks for visiting!
This photograph features a puzzle which I was recently working on with family members. Puzzles can be fun and, at times, frustrating – and this rather complicated image certainly provided a challenge!
I created this Glass Watch design several years ago, using modified aspects from photographs of old glass bottles. If you think that you might enjoy this puzzle, it’s available in my Zazzle shop – measuring 11″ x 14″, it contains 252 pieces.
Here’s what it looks like completed:
UPDATE: the puzzle has been solved!
Printed in full color with fade-resistant ink, this stone coaster is finished with cork backing for scratch-free tables and would make a fine addition to your home. Choose from marble, sandstone, travertine, and limestone. Sold individually.
With 110 pieces, this jigsaw puzzle measures 8″ by 10″, has a gift box (puzzle image printed on lid) and is made of sturdy cardboard and mounted on chipboard. It also has an easy wipe-clean surface. Accept the challenge and have fun completing this fun design…