Space snails move forward at warp crawl. These snails were created before the "snail trails" on Pluto were discovered and are more about how their shells grows along a golden mean. And the same nautilus pattern can be found in everything from sea shells and centers of sunflowers to hurricanes and galaxies. Print [...]
If rockets could dream, would their fantasies include the moon? After all, the U.S. hasn't been on the moon since the last landing in 1972. the Atlas rocket depicted is fitted with four boosters and carries a satellite payload. the image is a faux watercolor with a good portion of this painting is photo [...]
Florida Flamingos would probably follow the laws of additive light theory when painting themselves since their color can be so intense that it’s practically light emitting. This is a nod to digital artists. Photo illustration and digital art using Photoshop and Illustrator with some finishing work done with Topaz lab’s “simplify” filter. Print [...]
A shuttle drifts languidly above a free floating water globe with manatees against a nebula backdrop. This image started out as a Prismacolor drawing on Canson paper and was later finished up digitally in Photoshop. Print Available for Purchase
This poster is all about coffee culture. If you insist that your morning brew is the elixir of life, then this is the piece for you. Stand proud by your favorite caffeine beverage and show your coffee colors. Print Available for Purchase
Acontinuing development of a random robot series. In this one, a mechanical hummingbird seeks nectar from a glass trumpet flower speaker…it has to be some kind of music, but which genre? Print Available for Purchase
Always be Wary of the Word Always (it's Almost Never Right) is another take on "never say never", a beloved word play on absolutes. This was an experiment in typography and texture. This image is tinted with a turquoise blue and yellow-green on request. The original version may be found here. Print Available [...]
Always be Wary of the Word Always (it's Almost Never Right) is another take on "never say never", a beloved word play on absolutes. This was an experiment in typography and texture. A version with a turquoise blue background may be found here. Prints Available for Purchase
A mechanical/steampunk representation of the solar system depicts mercury, venus, earth and mars as a colorful orrery. Every time someone mentions the system, a picture of a solar system comes to mind. If only people could define their subject more clearly. Print Available for Purchase
Electric monarch butterflies sporting led lighting fly around metallic flowers. In the word of the strict binary code and solid transistor construction, I find myself more and more constructing what could be considered analog mechanical representations of the organic. This the turquoise edition of the original that had a goldenrod background. Print Available [...]
Fishermen seem to be eternal optimists—always searching for the perfect bait and looking forward to the opportunity at least even if the catch never happens. Warning before you google, you might not want to know how mouse fishing (don't click if you're squeamish) is a real thing. I can't unlearn its actual definition now, unfortunately. The [...]
A mouse braves the elements generated by a broken heart storm cloud, armed only with a cocktail umbrella for protection. Print Available for Purchase Prints on metallic paper are made locally. If you are interested in purchasing one at this size, please contact us here.
This unemployed lab mouse advertises his willingness to ply his skill in exchange for food. Do you have any cheese to spare? The digital rendering is a finalized version of the one done for the #30paintingsin30days challenge. Print Available for Purchase
Inspired by current events, these mice desperately attempt to salvage their doomed craft, bailing desperately with handy thimble. The 30 day challenge dedicated to mice can be found here. Print Available for Purchase
In the word of the strict binary code and solid transistor construction, I find myself more and more constructing what could be considered analog mechanical representations of the organic. The goldenrod background is the original version, but a turquoise edition had been made by special request. Print Available for Purchase [...]
The image started out as a grainy photograph of a retired dry dock on the banks of the Dnieper River in Ukraine. The smoke from one of the stacks was likely from someone working on a light industrial project—perhaps they were firing Trypillian inspired pottery to sell to the tourists visiting the Cultural Museum. [...]
Since the event took place on Astronaut Trail, I couldn't help but think of astronauts, aliens, and other spacey things. But, this t-shirt had been photo illustrated in the past, never veering into the fanciful. What was especially challenging was the requirement that this shirt was to be indexed for a six station (six colors) [...]
The Hubble Telescope has to be one of the most inspiring space stories in the twentieth century. Plagued by optic problems from the beginning its bright if not blurry images showed promise of its full capability. The repair to the lens was one of the first daring missions to maintain the telescope, which continues to [...]
The Hubble Telescope has to be one of the most inspiring space stories in the twentieth century. Plagued by optic problems from the beginning. its bright if not blurry images showed promise of its full capability. The repair to the lens was one of the first daring missions to maintain the telescope, which continues to [...]
This design was for a t-shirt depicting the Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer (W.I.S.E), a NASA infrared-wavelength astronomical space telescope launched in December 2009. The color choices were to give the impression of the infrared spectrum.
Modeled in Lightwave with faux caustics applied through the assembling of several renders in Photoshop. This three dimensional robotic chihuahua plans on asserting his iron paw… Print Available for Purchase
This image is a a quiet vote of support for keeping Eau Gallie as historically preserved as possible by depicting a plein air painter desperately trying to find inspiration from a facade. Originally modeled in Lightwave, rendered in Vue, and finished in Photoshop. Print Available for Purchase
Historic Cocoa Village BBQ and Blues had to raise money for it's 2nd annual event. The challenge: to keep the number of inks used to a palette of three while still presenting a vibrant image. Rather than black outlines, a dark gray was chosen to emulate the tone on tone and faded look that was [...]
Full wrap t-shirt design commemorating the "Steel Venom®" rollercoaster ride at Worlds of Fun theme park. The Demon Skull was created with an assemblage of stock 3d models and original modeling before being rendered in Vue.