Tag: trippy

  • Disc Golf Tie Dye

    Enjoy this colorful watercolor tie dye design with silhouette of a disc golf basket. It’s a fun sport, and you can find many cool gift-giving ideas available in the following shops…


  • Beach of Shells

    Beach of Shells

    Step into a sunny and surreal scene at the beach, as you enjoy my digital landscape artwork of two gargantuan shells – possibly, prehistoric fossils. Or, not. Nevertheless, you can discover some really cool products (gifts, apparel, prints, etc.) available through these galleries:


  • Abstract Orange Pattern

    Abstract. Orange. Pattern. Redbubble. Pixels. Tee Public. Buy. Thanks.


  • Design Samples – Vol. 17

    Prints, gifts and apparel items are available in the following galleries:

    I appreciate your visit ~ thanks for stopping by!


  • Retro Pop Art 3D Spheres

    Retro Pop Art 3D Spheres

    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


  • Abstract 3D Reflections

    Abstract 3D Reflections

    This original, abstract contemporary digital artwork is available on a wide variety of great products in the following galleries:

    Okay, but what is it?

    This is the view from inside a large, hollow sphere, which is both absent gravity and lined with a mirrored-surface. In order to see, a few radial lights have been added. The elongated rings are made of dried clay, and the many reflective spheres are crystal.


  • A Stitch of Comedy

    A Stitch of Comedy

    It was a comfortable three weeks beyond my annual ironing day when I discovered that one of my five shirts was missing a button. Steamed, I grudgingly set about to undertake the dreaded process of repair – finding time and a spare button, scissors, needle and thread.

    After what seemed like an eternity, I secured a new button snugly into place and donned my shirt. Despite efforts to closely follow directions, it quickly became apparent that things had gotten all fouled up…

    How could I have sewn the button on the left side of my shirt?!

    Rather than start over, undoing everything I’d already accomplished, I chose instead to simply cut another buttonhole into the other side of my shirt – after all (I thought), once it’s buttoned, who’ll know the difference?

    © 2022 Phil Perkins


    PHOTO CREDIT: modified photo from unsplash.com.


  • Turquoise Abstract

    This abstract three dimensional digital artwork features a turquoise coloration and chaotic surface contours. It’s available on a variety of home decor and other products, in these galleries: Redbubble, Society 6, Tee Public & Pixels.


  • A Glass of Sand

    A Glass of Sand

    I’ve heard it said before, that, I’m so hungry that I could eat a horse! However, to this day I’ve not heard anyone exclaim, I’m so thirsty that I could drink a glass of sand! Not particularly thirst-quenching, I guess.

    However, you can still enjoy a glass of sand on prints, gifts and apparel, when you visit the following shops:

    Thanks very much!


  • Golden Fractal

    Golden Fractal

    This abstract digital artwork was created using a fractal design I developed, after which it was imported into three dimensional space. An egg-shaped object was added at center, materials and lighting were applied, and I zoomed the (virtual) camera forward for a closer perspective.

    It’s now available on a wide variety of cool stuff in these shops:


  • Road Trip

    Road Trip

    Rolling with four-wheels on an open road in search of adventure, up and around the bend. As Jerry Garcia noted, “What a long strange trip it’s been”. The next rest area is only one mile away, so why not find a spot to park and have a look at prints and/or other cool items in my gallery.

    You can discover many great gift-giving ideas featuring my design, which is based on a free photograph from unsplash.com. You might also enjoy a flashback to Alpine Valley, June 21-22, 1985…

    Song for Today


  • Planetary Reflections

    When I woke up early this morning, to my great surprise, I observed that Planet Saturn had somehow been relocated inside of my computer, reflecting on the motherboard and featuring a vibrant green coloration?! I thought to myself – this can’t be…I must be imagining things – and so, I closed my eyes and went back to sleep.

    Later, I discovered that my computer was working as expected, and that the only evidence of this surreal scene could be found in the following shops, on a variety of cool merchandise…


  • Motherboard Earth

    Motherboard Earth

    A reflective globe of planet Earth sits atop computer circuitry of a motherboard. What’s the program? To begin, visit any of the following shops: Redbubble, Society 6, Pixels and Cafepress. Next, select from a broad array of fine merchandise those items deemed most appropriate as gifts to give during this Christmas holiday season. Lastly, reap the rewards of sharing happiness with family and friends.


  • Inside A Blue Moon

    Inside A Blue Moon

    Satellite of Earth

    Beneath the moon’s surface, an interior environment eludes observation…

    After desaturating and formatting a fractal design, it was then imported into three dimensional space and extruded to generate depth of terrain. Several spheres were positioned accordingly, and the entire scene was placed within a hollow, reflective dome. Color, materials and lights were added, as well as magnification.

    You can find products here – Society 6, Redbubble, Pixels, Cafepress


  • Abstract Shapes

    3D Surface


    Enjoy this abstract digital imagery featuring a chaotic cluster of three dimensional, circular shapes, in a blue and gold color palette. You can find an extensive selection of cool gift and apparel items, here: