This black and white digital art imagines structural debris floating in space. Perhaps the remnants of a space station after colliding with with a rogue meteorite, or, the discarded pieces from a set of Legos? Decide for yourself when you visit my galleries at Society 6 and Pixels.
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It’s a bird. It’s a plane. No, it’s an abstract metallic spaceship hovering in the sky above planet Earth…
RUN FOR YOUR LIVES!!!
Or, take your time to visit my shop at Pixels, where you’ll discover some out of this world products featuring my sci-fi design. Thanks!
This abstract surreal digital artwork depicts a technologically advanced three dimensional information storage and retrieval system, featuring layers of peripheral disks. You can enjoy many products featuring my design by visiting the following print on demand shops:
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No, this is not the Kool Aid character from television advertisements in the 1970-1980’s. Nor is it an alien from outer space, though that was the visual impression I had following creative modifications made to the photograph of an automobile. You can visit my shops online at Pixels and Society 6 to discover some cool products with this design.
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…
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.