PHOTO CREDIT: modified photo from unsplash.com.
Based on a photograph, this digital art features rain blanketing Times Square in New York, as a pedestrian under umbrella crosses the street amidst reflecting city lights. If you’re interested in wall art to decorate your home, office, or other, then please visit my galleries at Pixels and/or ArtFlakes.
This digital artwork features a vibrant, colorful street cafe setting, with texture and an abstract shredded effect. I’ve added it to my galleries at Fine Art America and Redbubble, where guests may discover an interesting assortment of items available print on demand. Stop by for a visit, sometime…
This Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus phone case features artwork based on a photograph of brick pavers, located in the historic Kerrytown district of Ann Arbor, Michigan. Select between Tough (shown here) or Snap styles. Many phone models available to select from. Protect your investment in style! Guests may also discover more items in my full galleries at Redbubble and Fine Art America. Thanks for stopping by.
Enjoy my digital rendition of people walking through an alley strewn with loose wires overhead and debris scattered along the pavement. Based on a photograph. Pick up a print from my gallery at Fine Art America – select framed, canvas, art, metal, wood or acrylic. Additional customization options available. Thanks for stopping by!
A digital painting based on a photograph that features a man crossing the street in a city, on a rainy day under an umbrella. This picture in a frame would look great in your office or home setting. So, stop by my gallery at Fine Art America to select from a variety of print types, such as: framed, canvas, art, metal, acrylic and wood. Several customization options are available to make it your own!
Enjoy this grunge style photographic collage of an industrial structure, graffiti, a concrete window frame and a taxi on the street. Please visit my galleries at Fine Art America and/or Zazzle to discover a variety of product options available. Resources used to create this graphic design include: software (Adobe Photoshop, Filter Forge) and photographs (unsplash.com). Thanks for stopping by!
Enjoy this digital artwork featuring a city street crowded with many people walking in both directions. I’ve added this image to my gallery at Fine Art America, where you can find a variety of print types – framed, canvas, art, metal, wood and acrylic. Additional customization options are also available. This would make a great addition in an office, lobby or cafeteria setting. Thanks for stopping by!
Enjoy this digital artwork in the city with cars driving on rain-soaked streets, based on a photograph featuring rows of skyscraper buildings. I’ve added this design to my galleries at Society 6, Fine Art America and Zazzle, where guests can discover some terrific items available print on demand. So, stop in for a visit…
People window-shopping, walking along a crowded city street and riding motor scooters in traffic. I created this digital artwork using Adobe Photoshop, Filter Forge and a free photograph from unsplash.com. It is now available on many different print types and other merchandise items in my galleries at Fine Art America and Redbubble. Perfect as a decorative addition in either the home or office! Thanks for stopping by.
Enjoy this digital artwork of a downtown Japanese business district with abundant advertisements and shoppers lining the street. Based on a photograph, several different print types are available to decorate the walls of your home or office, including: framed, canvas, metal, wood, acrylic and art prints. Please visit my gallery at Fine Art America for more.
Based on a photograph of a street in New York City (from Unsplash), I used Adobe Photoshop to create this vibrant, sketchy digital painting of cars, buildings and a structural bridge-overpass. If you’re interested in decorating walls in your home or at the office, this city scene would certainly liven up such spaces! Several print types and other items are available in the following galleries: Pixels and Society 6. Stop by for a visit…