Stylized photograph of a circular side window on a classic 1957 Ford Thunderbird. See more.
Many moons ago, in a distant land referred to as Kalamazoo, a slow, low-to-the-ground basset hound named “Flash” posed for a picture in an apartment window.
He was a cantankerous dog, rather dim-witted and liked to howl loudly. And, if you looked at him in a manner he deemed inappropriate, Flash would express his displeasure rather quickly by means of a moderately-firm bite. Ouch!
How this graphic design came to be is somewhat unusual.
I took this photograph in 1997 using Kodak film in an analog camera. Several years later – probably 2005 – I owned a simple digital camera and a more ‘modern’ computer with creative software. At that time, I had the idea that I could take a digital photograph of the film negative, and use it in some fashion as an element of a future design. That point in time was this morning.
I used both Abode Photoshop & Affinity Photo to craft this graphic design, now available for purchase in the following galleries:
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Enjoy this close-up photography of a grate and fencing attached to a building on the campus of the University of Michigan, in Ann Arbor. Guests are invited to see more in my gallery at Fine Art America.
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I came across this interesting vintage grate in the window of a building on the campus of the University of Michigan, in Ann Arbor. Many print types are available in my gallery at Fine Art America.
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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!
One of these stairways leads outside, beyond the window and into the city. The other set of stairs brings you right back to where you started from, stuck inside this grungy haunted house. Whichever path you may choose, make sure to stop in for a visit to my galleries at Redbubble, Society 6, Fine Art America and/or Zazzle. A variety of fun products are available featuring this black and white, labyrinth-style design! To find your way out, don’t forget to bring some breadcrumbs…
This photograph highlights a vintage window on an historic architectural building located at Cades Cove, in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park of Tennessee. Blurred glass, creative carpentry and bleached wood all contribute to making this image a wonderful decorative addition to your home. Available in my gallery at Pixels. Enjoy!
Featuring ornate highlights with a golden star and structural framing elements, I’ve titled this design Stained Glass Abstract. To create this image, however, I used a photograph of a store front which I shot while window shopping during the Christmas holiday season. If you’d like to see this image on a variety of different product types, please visit the following galleries: Pixels, Society 6, Redbubble and Zazzle.
Enjoy this framed print featuring a colorful villa wall with flower box planter below a barred window. Make it your own by customizing the size, frame, mat, paper and finishing options. A great decorative piece for the home our office!