This colorful disc golfing graphic design utilizes the Droste Effect to create an optical illusion of disc golf baskets spinning into infinity. And, you can find some really cool gifts and apparel products, here –
Reflections from this morning…
Two lines in time
Reflect as one
© 2023 Phil Perkins
Teach Your Children, by Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young (1972) – see lyrics here.
Watch Your Step
This creative and surreal fantasy landscape featuring an infinite array of staggered, rocky peaks, reminded me of the 1986 movie, The Golden Child, when Eddie Murphy was tasked with the death-defying feat of carrying a glass of water (without spilling) across a similar, dangerous terrain. Fortunately, it’s much easier to access the following shops in order to find many great gift-giving ideas…
Amber Bottles on Wall
This three dimensional graphic art includes an infinite number of generic objects resembling amber-colored glass bottles. If upon seeing this image you feel compelled to begin singing the old song, “One Hundred Bottles of Beer on the Wall”, that’s understandable…though, I’d ask that you reconsider.
© 2022 Phil Perkins
Retro Pop Art 3D Spheres
- Style: 3D render
- Genre: Surreal
- Software: Bryce, Affinity Photo
- Shops: Redbubble, Pixels, Tee Public
An infinite array of reflective metallic spheres aligned in rows, with a retro color scheme, geometric surface and close-up perspective. Check it out!
© 2022 Phil Perkins
Prints, posters, wall art, home decor, stationary, office, accessories, device cases, pet stuff, stickers, face masks, puzzles, mugs, scarfs, bags, water bottles, placemats, serving trays, cutting boards, furniture, bed & bath, desk mats, wrapping paper,
the kitchen sink(sorry, kitchen sinks are unavailable) and much, much more! Check it out…
Spheres of Orange Glass
Digital artwork of an infinite field of three dimensional cylinders with a few spheres of glowing orange glass. You can discover a finite amount of really cool items available when you visit any of the following shops –
Thanks for stopping by!
and around again.
This textural graphic design with color and geometric shapes uses the drost effect to create rotation.
It’s available on a variety of great products, and would make an excellent gift-giving idea for the holidays – and birthdays, too.
Into the City
This structural digital collage features photographs of buildings I took in the city of Ann Arbor, Michigan, layered to repeat into infinity. But, you won’t have to travel that far to see some cool products available for sale – just visit these shops: Society 6, Pixels and Redbubble.
Nickels spinning into infinity, distorted through centrifugal force as displayed using the droste effect. If you suffer from Vertigo, please view with caution. All others should visit my shops at Redbubble, Society 6 and Pixels, to discover some really cool stuff. Thanks!
Decorate Your Walls
Prints available. This architectural image includes sepia tone, texture, kaleidoscopic arrangement, and a rotational display known as the Droste effect. It’s available on a variety of print types, and more.
Stop by for a visit and see for yourself…