Graphic Photoshop Collages You See Here Can Be Purchased at any Size You Like

Photoshop has always been a love of mine. As a graphic designer I love to manipulate images. While I have done these for fun and in my spare time, along the way I have found there may be a market for them. I started out just posting them on my Facebook page to show my friends. I originally had not planned to include these on my website, as they are not really what I do predominantly, in my design business. However I have had so many requests for them I thought I would create a section here for them to sell if requested.

I do not include pricing here because it really depends on how large you want them printed or if you want them framed. I can tell you they are reasonably priced because, like I said, I did them for fun so that was my payment in itself. If you are interested in a particular piece give me a call or email me and I will give you a price. I will also send you the file and let you have them printed yourself if that is what you prefer.

Below are titles and brief descriptions of each:

1. El Capitan - This one is inspired by Salvador Dali, one of my favorite artists, and his painting, The Persistence of Memory. It is better know as the melting clocks painting. I have always loved surrealism and Dali is the master of this genre. See more Dali here at Artsy

2. New York 2012 - This one was originally inspired by the old Planet of the Apes movie. Some of you may remember at the beginning of the movie New York was in ruins and the Statue of Liberty was buried in the sand. The title New York 2012 comes from the Mayan prediction that the world would end in 2012.

3. Global Warming - Well this one is self-explanatory. We have all heard the the cries from environmentalists about the ozone layer.

4. Iceberg from Baghdad - A play on the notion that the Gulf Wars were "fueled" by our endless need for foreign oil.

5. Darwin's Dilemma - As a christian I have always had trouble with the conflict between science and religion.

6. Standing on the Moon - As you can see, I love using the planets, moon and cosmic influences in my artwork. The size of the skull suggests an alien life form has lived in this world at one time.

7. Art Imitates Life - Which came first?

8. River of Conciousness - Frued would have loved this one.

9. Awe of Michelangelo - I have always been fascinated with the art and unbelievable works of Michelangelo. A friend of mine's uncle wrote this poem and she had asked me to put some art to it. I thought it appropriate, as I feel the carving of the David is no less a feat than man walking on the moon.

10. Ring of Fire - My personal tribute to Johnny Cash.

11. Abstract - Just an interesting and colorful arrangement of shapes.

12. Einstein's Fear - It was well known that Albert Einstein was mindful of the fact that his theories might someday be used to produce weapons of mass destruction. This fact was very troubling to him.

If you have questions about any of the graphic images you see here, feel free to call me at 314-223-7727

 

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