Robots

Hopefully, this large group of technologically advanced robots are friendly to human beings – if not, my advice would be to RUN FOR YOUR LIVES!!! But, don’t forget to first stop by my shops for some really cool stuff – Society 6, Redbubble and Pixels

And, many more items!!!

Smile For The Camera

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.

Welcome Home Tomorrow

Prints available. Enjoy my rendition of this unusual futuristic architectural structure, a minimalist design of concrete and glass. If you have an empty wall at home or work, then consider one of many print types available for display – canvas, framed, art, poster, metal, acrylic, wood and tapestry. Hope to see you soon!

Motorcycle Engine

Abstract Chrome Vehicle


This graphic design features an abstract representation of a motorcycle engine, which I photographed in 2009 while on vacation in Key West, Florida. It’s available on many different gift and apparel items in the following galleries:

Distant Outpost

Many miles offshore, this mysterious metallic structure rests idly in calm waters, waiting to receive transmitted instructions for some unspeakable, diabolic plan. Or, something like that. But, you don’t have to wait to enjoy cool merchandise featuring this design – simply visit my online shops at Society 6, Redbubble and Pixels.

Hope to see you soon!

Tale of A Cat

Growing up on Lake Superior in the upper peninsula of Michigan, in the small city of Marquette, our family always had pets. And, at one point, we owned a black-and-gray striped cat named Bootsy.

He was an indoor-outdoor cat, and, when inside, enjoyed sitting by the large picture window in the living room, at the front of the house.

There were lots of kids in the neighborhood at that time, so it was common for friends to come over and visit. We also had a doorbell with a glowing light.

Once, the doorbell rang and I went to see who it was, opening only the main door but not the screen door. I looked but nobody was there.

At that time, a common prank which children enjoyed was called ditching doorbells – ringing someone’s doorbell & running away.

Assuming this was the case, I closed the door and began to walk back into the house. Just then, it rang again. I turned around quickly and opened both doors, stepping out on to the front porch to see who it was – but, there was no person in sight.

However, an explanation quickly became apparent. It was our cat!

As the front porch was visible from the living room window, he could see people come to our house, press the glowing doorbell, hear the sound of the doorbell, and then watch us react by opening the door.

On his own, Bootsy learned he could get on the milk box, and then jump up on top of the mailbox, from which he could lean against the doorbell, letting us know when he wanted to come inside. That education was a game-changer for a cat.

The question: did we own the cat, or did he own us? I think the latter.

Sci Fi Eye

Nexus-7 Replicant


Rachael was beautiful with bright blue eyes, soothing voice and a personality unlike any I’d experienced in my entire life. I loved her with every fiber of my being. But, she was a machine…

See design on products – Redbubble, Society 6 and Pixels


Abstract Geometric Dispersion

Dispersed fragments of geometric shapes with texture layer this digital artwork of an abstract abyss. Many items are available – gifts & apparel – in my shops online at Society 6 and Pixels. Come on over and have a look…

Vintage Videos Abstract

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!