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  • Abstract Compact Disks

    Abstract Compact Disks

    Digital collage artwork of melting musical compact disks, with grunge effects and abstract typographic overlay. You can visit these galleries for great products:


    CD’s in the sun
    Melting songs some sang for fun
    Digitally spun

    © 2022 Phil Perkins

    Music and Design

    Songs that I’m listening to this morning while working with photography and/or creating designs…

  • Glass Prism

    Glass Prism

    This macro photography features light refracting through a 3-pound chunk of jagged green glass. It would look great on a wall in your home, office, business lobby, cafeteria or hospital setting. In addition to fine prints, my picture is also available on several other items, too, including many great gift-giving ideas! You can visit the following galleries to see more…

    Sample products…

  • Compact Disks

    Compact Disks

    Stylized digital artwork based on a photograph of old compact disks reflecting daylight. You can find a variety of cool stuff – gifts & apparel – when you visit any of the following galleries: Society 6, Redbubble, Pixels.

    Sample Products

  • A Block of Glass

    A Block of Glass

    It’s just a block of glass that I’ve had for many years. It weighs a few pounds and it’s green. It’s not an emerald, but I do place value in the beauty it has provided over time. Light refracting through a prism. Pretty simple. Perhaps you might enjoy this, as well? If so, prints and more are available in my shops at Pixels and Redbubble. Thanks!

  • Lamp Through Glass

    Lamp Through Glass

    I photographed my corner lamp through a very thick chunk of green glass, with many scratches. Cool prints available.

    Hope to see you soon!

  • Reflections of Glass

    Reflections of Glass

    Cool, colorful and creative digital manipulation of macro photography featuring refraction of light through glass. See more in my shop at Pixels. Thanks for stopping by!

  • Glass From The Past

    Glass From The Past

    Reflections in glass from the past convey wonderful imperfections in texture and color, as depicted below on items from my galleries at Society 6 and Redbubble

    Thanks for stopping by!

  • Phosphorescent Abstract

    Phosphorescent Abstract

    Based on macro photography featuring a thick chunk of refracting-glass, special effects and collage were used to develop this contemporary, abstract digital artwork. What is it? Good question – chaos, at a minimum.

    Visit my galleries at Pixels and/or Redbubble to discover a variety of fine items!

    Hope to see you soon!

  • Shades of Green Glass

    Shades of Green Glass

    Lately, I’ve enjoyed macro photography of items around the house – like this large chunk of green glass. Positioned on the floor to glow in the morning sun, this picture has now been added to my gallery at Fine Art America.

    If you’d be interested in a print for your home or office, several different types are available – framed, canvas, art, metal, wood and acrylic.

  • Hues of Blue Glass Still Life

    Hues of Blue Glass Still Life

    Enjoy this stylized still life photography of a large piece of cut glass in hues of blue. If you’d like a print, then visit my galleries at Fine Art America and Redbubble to discover a variety of product offerings. Looks great both at home, or the office!

  • Crystal And Candles

    Crystal And Candles


    This digital collage features a blend of several photographs with candles and crystals, taken from a setting at the dinner table. Stop by my gallery at Fine Art America to see more…

  • Chunk of Green Glass

    Chunk of Green Glass

    After breakfast, I positioned this large chunk of green glass on the balcony rail so as to reflect the morning sunlight. Casting colors of golden amber and brown amidst shades of green, the sunlight also revealed many imperfections and scratches on this unique piece of glass. If you’d be interested in a print, please visit my galleries at Fine Art America and Zazzle. Thanks for stopping by.