Enjoy this high contrast black and white photography of an alley in a business district. This image reminds me of a scene from the 1971 movie, Willie Wonka & the Chocolate Factory, staring Gene Wilder, when the character Charlie found the 5th and final “Golden Ticket” and was advised to return to his house immediately. His route home led through a dark alley, where he encountered the foreboding Mr. Slugworth. If you’re not familiar with that movie, never mind!
But, do visit my galleries at Redbubble and Pixels to find this photograph available on a variety of fine items. Thanks for stopping by!
Note: watermark notice shown above will not be printed on purchased items.
Enjoy my artistic rendition of people crossing the street in the rain. Based on a free photograph from unsplash.com, taken in Manhattan, New York, I used Adobe Photoshop and Filter Forge to modify this image. It’s now available on prints – and more – in my gallery at Pixels – stop by for a visit…
Prior to construction of a 6-story parking garage, this stylized photographic collage features early signage of impending development. To alter a wall in your home or office, this image is available on a variety of prints in my gallery at Pixels.
Decorate your home with this premium wrapped canvas print, featuring the city of Chicago, Illinois, blurred behind beveled glass. With an additive-free, cotton-poly blend material, this instant-dry canvas is both long lasting and fade resistant. Made in Reno, Nevada, it’s available in a variety of sizes. Enjoy the windy city!
This photograph was taken on top of a parking structure in Ann Arbor, Michigan, near the intersection of Liberty & State streets, next door to campus. Signs for both the Michigan & State theaters are visible among the buildings. Visitors can see more at my gallery through Fine Art America.
Visiting downtown Knoxville, Tennessee, I traversed this covered ‘skywalk’ en route to the Sunsphere, located next door to the Convention Center. I liked the brick wall, metal structure and linear perspective enough to take a photograph, now available in my gallery at Fine Art America. Stop by for a visit, sometime!
The idea for this design came about yesterday, when I thought I’d experiment with photographs of doors or windows in a layered collage. So, today I visited Pexels and discovered this free photograph (below) by Samuel Wölfl.
Rather than a collage, I instead used this single photograph with Adobe Photoshop to create the featured image, Evening Downtown.
Decorate the walls of your home or dormitory with this interesting poster, a textural collage of several different buildings. It’s available through Zazzle. Select from different sizes and the paper-type of your choice. And, guests may also visit my gallery at Fine Art America, where this design is available on many items.
Enjoy my creative rendition of Radio City Music Hall, located in Midtown Manhattan in New York City. Based on a photograph, it features a textural, shredded effect of random vertical stripes with a cross-hatching of rain in a night setting.
Guests are welcome to visit my galleries at Fine Art America and Redbubble to discover a potpourri of interesting items available print on demand, with many great gift-giving ideas to explore!
Today, I drove to Sharp’s Ridge Memorial Park in north Knoxville, Tennessee, for a mountain top view of the city. Dedicated to the honor of the area’s war veterans, the park contains 111 acres along a 7-mile limestone ridge. The views were nice, except for the several large electrical lines – located directly in front of the observation deck. With ample space to clear another viewing area, I’d suggest that the park do so.
From the top of the mountain, I could see the Sunsphere in the distance. So, I made a right turn to exit the park and, to my surprise, the road led directly to the structure.
Built in 1982 for the World’s Fair, the structure stands 266 feet tall and weighs 600 tons. It’s interesting to note that the glass-panel windows are layered in 24-karat gold dust and cut to seven different shapes! It also has a viewing platform inside that can accommodate 86 visitors.
So as to have the sun at my back for better photographs, I drove around the building…
Thinking about driving downtown, tonight? Better think again – traffic in the city has slowed to a crawl. You might want to stay home and shop online, instead.
I’ve added this digital artwork to my galleries at Society 6 and Fine Art America, where guests may discover a wide assortment of interesting items. So, stop by for a visit when you’re in the neighborhood!
Much like the capsized ship in the movie Poseidon Adventure from 1972, this upside down city conveys a sense of sinking – hence, Sunken City. I’ve added this design to my galleries at Society 6, Redbubble and Pixels.
Stop by for a visit!
Remember to bring your snorkeling gear if you’d like a view from the top building!
Enjoy this photograph of a spray-painted alley located in downtown Ann Arbor, Michigan. Visit my gallery at Fine Art America to find a print to suit your wishes – framed, canvas, art, wood, metal or acrylic.
Switch your style on this cool guitar case any time you want – with interchangeable faces! All printed faces are made in Redondo Beach, CA. Fits most standard size acoustic guitars. Extra-rugged 600D polyester shell. Wide padded backpack straps for extra comfort. Large and small back pockets are perfect for storing music, cables and accessories. Rock on!
Built layer upon layer, this futuristic sci-fi city has a star at the center and begs the eyes to explore abstract architectural configurations. While you’re looking around, why not visit my galleries at Redbubble and Fine Art America? There you’ll see many great gift-giving ideas for family and friends.