That’s a good question! After careful consideration, what I can tell you is that I designed it using Adobe Photoshop, Filter Forge and Affinity Photo. It’s abstract, contemporary and chaotic. And, it’s also available on a wide range of cool products when you visit the following shops:
What is it?
Curtain of Oz
Follow this spinning golden pathway into an adventurous, abstract dream state of emerald green tones and magical reflections. Or, save time and simply visit my galleries directly, where you can discover cool gifts, apparel, prints and more…
Behind the curtain
– a Wizard, they say
Who casts many spells
Hence, be on your way
© 2023 Phil Perkins
Strange Magic, by Electric Light Orchestra (1975) – see lyrics here.
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
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
- Style: 3D render
- Genre: Surreal
- Software: Bryce, Affinity Photo
- Shops: Society 6, 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
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
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, however, 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.
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
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!
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:
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
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…
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.