Phil Perkins Photography

Tag: cosmos

  • Letters From Space

    Letters From Space

    Space. Stars. Earth. Moon. Planet. UFO. Discovery. Adventure. Explore. Alien Worlds. Science Fiction. Time. Mystery. Less than the number of stars in the sky, though greater than the quantity of people needed to move even the heaviest piano, this densely populated typographic design is filled with words and is one of a kind! You can discover some very cool stuff when visiting these shops…


  • Into The Cosmos

    Let your imagination explore the cosmos on a futuristic golden spacecraft! My digital artwork is available on a variety of out of sight products which you can discover in these shops:

    Thanks very much!


  • Poem

    Poem

    A good friend and wonderful writer hailing from Lisbon, Portugal, she is often the source of my inspiration – Carla Milho. I encourage you to visit her web site to enjoy reading her posts. Thanks very much!

    A Star Named Carla

    The cosmos, full of stars
    With one that shines so bright
    I draw upon the sky
    For her, my wish, this night

    A spell cast from afar
    Her beauty speaks to me
    One candle in the dark
    Her light is all I see

    © 2022 Phil Perkins


    PHOTO CREDIT: modified photo from unsplash.com.

    Flor d’Luna (Moonflower) – by Santana (1977)


  • Distant Planet

    Distant Planet

    A distant, thin sliver of blue light glows in the dark of deep space. It is the third rock from the sun, planet Earth. For a closer look – and, out of this world gifts & apparel items – please visit my shops at Redbubble and Pixels. Thank you!


  • Time Travel

    Time Travel

    Ready for a trip? Step inside this space portal, fasten your seat belt and be transported to another place and time. Do be aware, however, that your destination may be one of my POD shops. To save time, you may opt to directly visit any of these links to instantaneously discover out of this world products:

    Thanks for stopping by! 👽


  • Exploring Space

    Abstract graphic artwork of an astronaut approaching a mysterious planet with a surface terrain of what appears to be tufts of green grass? Guests are encouraged to visit my shops at Redbubble, Tee Public and Pixels to learn more.

    Check it out…


  • Passage to the Stars

    Passage to the Stars

    Paddle your canoe through the reflections of starlight, across rippling waters and between tall walls of a blue canyon. There you will find your way to the stars, into tomorrow.

    But, before you go, why not visit my shops to find a plethora of great products: Redbubble, Pixels, Tee Public, Design By Humans and ArtPal.


  • Journey From Earth

    Typographic artwork featuring the Latin phrase, “Non est ad astra mollis e terris via”. Translation: There is no easy way from the earth to the stars.

    You can discover a variety of prints and products available in the following shops: Pixels, ArtPal, Redbubble, ArtFlakes and Tee Public.

    Thanks for stopping by!


  • Space

    The Final Frontier

    Cosmic digital artwork depicts a sunrise in space, with stars and other glowing planets. You can enjoy my solar rendition on a variety of cool gift and apparel items in the following shops…


  • Moon Over Mountains

    Moon Over Mountains

    Graphic artwork featuring a glowing full moon in a universe of stars and the Milky Way, with a rocky mountain range and fresh water lake. You can discover cool gifts & apparel available in the following shops:

    Hope to see you soon! 👽


  • Planet Saturn

    Planet Saturn

    As seen from Jupiter’s moon, Europa, ripples on water reflect planet Saturn and the cosmos beyond. In addition, an unidentified grey sphere above the horizon is visible…is it another moon, planet, or perhaps something else? You can discover cool prints, gifts & apparel items in the following shops: Redbubble, Society 6, Tee Public, ArtPal and Pixels. Thanks for visiting!


  • Space Debris

    Space Debris

    During the early years of space exploration, astronauts were privileged to enjoy a wide open cosmos of brilliant stars, planets and satellites. That was then. Unfortunately, such travel in modern times has become quite hazardous, as abandoned debris set adrift in space poses serious concerns for safety.

    Yet, an idea which shows great promise as a remedy has been advanced recently by a Baby Boomer working for NASA, seeking to rekindle the technology developed in 1961 by Wile E. Coyote, Super Genius.

    Well, maybe not. Nevertheless, you can enjoy my digital depiction of junk in space on a wide variety of cool products – prints, apparel, mugs, device cases, home decor, etc. – when you visit the following galleries:

    Thanks very much!


  • Desert Life

    Desert Life

    A full moon illuminates this desert landscape at night, with distant mountains and the glow from a campfire in a canyon. This is digital art which you may purchase on many different products, in these shops:

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  • Mysterious UFO

    Mysterious UFO

    Digital art of a mysterious unidentified floating object under a starry night sky, casting reflections on water. Many great discoveries await eager eyes when visiting the following earthly locations:


  • Cosmic Landscape

    Cosmic Landscape

    Digital space landscape scene featuring planets, stars, nebulous gases, an expansive cosmos and lens flare effects. You can also find many great products in these shops: Pixels and Redbubble. Thanks!

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