A mysterious stepped-pyramid glows under the stars at night on a checkered grey and black surface. I used Bryce and Adobe Photoshop software to create this design.
With a fresh cup of morning coffee poured, I opened the living room blinds to let in some sunshine and enjoy a desert view…and, a 90-foot tall metallic sphere?
Locked in the ice of a frozen sea on a barren landscape of a distant planet, a surreal series of rings form a concentric arc in defiance of gravity around a glowing blue sphere.
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A mysterious turquoise sphere reflects while situated on a flat area of an otherwise jagged, sci-fi digital landscape, with a frozen tundra backdrop. Who did it get there? Learn more when you visit my shop at Pixels to discover some out of this world items…
As part of another solar system, somewhere deep in outer space, an uninhabited green planet of smooth mountains and an acid sea awaits discovery. In fact, you may be the very first visitor – and, you don’t have to wait to discover some very cool merchandise! Simply visit my shops at Society 6, Redbubble and Pixels. But, please remember – don’t drink the water.
A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away…wait, strike that. Just yesterday in a galaxy…no, that won’t do either. In the darkest realm of deep space, beyond our technological capacity to discern, a mysterious world of golden peaks…hmmm, that’s not too bad. How about this – in an online shop not so far away, visitors may discover a world of never before seen gifts and apparel, featuring this one-of-a-kind design of Phil Perkins. Hey, now that sounds good! See more at Redbubble, Society 6 and Pixels.
Tales of A Time Traveller
I set down on the mid-sized planet in the Alpha Centauri system, with dwindling fuel reserves and enough water to sustain me for only a few more days.
In the distance, my objective – the Sphere of Trevallon, an encased repository of ancient, inter galactic data. It also has 24-hour food service, Tang drinks, and an air hockey table, I’m told.
Now, if I could only get beyond this sea of corrosive, deadly acid…
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Prints available. I took this photograph several years ago while wandering along a hillside in a forest, in Ann Arbor, Michigan. There were no trails or homes, just this random section of a fence.