Like the Pantheon or other architectural structures from that era, some things have an enduring legacy – built to last. You need not be last, though, if you hurry over to my shops at Redbubble and Pixels. There, you can uncover a treasure trove of great gift giving ideas for family and friends – there’s so much to see…
Do you remember when you were young, when technology courted convenience and great strides were being made to produce smaller cameras? Well, except for that rather cumbersome flash apparatus! “Say Cheese” and smile for the camera as you enjoy this flashback from yesteryear – the Kodak Hawkeye Pocket Instamatic Camera.
Prints available. This film negative was shot in the mid-1990’s and features a railroad trestle spanning across the Dead River ravine, north of Marquette, in the upper peninsula of Michigan. Thanks for stopping by!
Prints available. This gritty photograph of neo-classical architecture features the front facade of Angell Hall, a building located on the campus of the University of Michigan, in Ann Arbor. Several print types to select. 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 is the degree of unique variations in the face of a lovely woman which serve to define beauty, in my opinion, not cookie-cutter uniformity. This same interpretation can be applied across a spectrum of subject matter, including vintage glass bottles. Here, characteristics that are one of a kind – air bubbles, asymmetrical color, scratches, chips and stains, etc. – provide for an imperfect beauty with far greater appeal. If you’d be interested in a print, please visit my shop. Thank you.