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…
Hurriedly paddling my sea-kayak beyond proximity limitations annunciated by the Cruise Ship Director, I found this secluded bay to explore. Or, so the story goes.
Actually, I created this digital landscape artwork overnight, where it took 6 hours to render, making several final adjustments this morning.
It’s available on a variety of great gift & apparel items, in these shops:
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There are several areas along the road in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park with wonderful views, such as this spot. If you’d rather not have to travel for such sights, you could instead pick out a print from any of my shops and enjoy this view in your home, all year long! See more here → Pixels, Redbubble and ArtPal.
Armor-clad with shield, this knight traveled for many days across a hot, barren desert, in order to audition for the lead role in an upcoming medieval television mini-series. However, when he arrived, the set was in a state of chaos. Time to hire a new agent! In the meantime, you can enjoy great gift & apparel items available in these shops:
Have you ever wondered what a fractal looks like from a macro perspective? Well, this image was created using a fractal design, which I imported into three dimensional space using Bryce software. You can find it on many cool products when visiting these shops: Redbubble, Pixels, ArtPal, Society 6 and ArtFlakes.
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With geometric shapes similar to a kaleidoscope or mandala, this graphic art features a muted color palette of orange and blue hues, reminiscent of the style found in Aztec, Mayan or Incan cultures.
With a color palette of blue and orange, this chaotic artwork uses the Droste effect to depict movement. It looks wonderful on a variety of products available, including many home decor items. You can see for yourself by visiting the following shops: Redbubble, Society 6, Pixels & ArtPal. Thanks for stopping by!
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
Here’s a photograph taken of whitewater rapids along Little River near The Sinks, a waterfall located in Tennessee’s Smoky Mountains near Townsend. You can enjoy this scenery on a wall in your home, when you visit any of my galleries to select one of many fine prints available. Other items, also. Thanks!