This is photo manipulation, almost entirely; but, I like it anyway!

Vincent is one of my daughter’s ex-boyfriends and this was done from a photo I took on the 19th of October, I think. Yes, I do still talk to him; probably my daughter would not approve, but, so far as I know he did nothing wrong except for not being right for her.


young, orange, surfer, pale, male, skater, video, guy, adult, cubism, thin, vincent


  • linaji
    linajiover 4 years ago

    JANUARY 25, 2010

  • I take it that this was about one of the features the people, below, were mentioning? Thank you! I haven’t been on Red Bubble, hardly at all, in all this time.

    – Arletta

  • Tammera
    Tammeraover 4 years ago

    Congrats on the feature..;)
    both of them…;)

  • Err .. .thank you! Didn’t know about them, until now!

    – Arletta

  • Marion Chapman
    Marion Chapmanover 4 years ago

    congrats on the feature! loved your explanation – it’s interesting how we end up with so many photos of people who pass thru our lives. Fabulous image.

  • Thank you, smiley! It is interesting. Also interesting how photos change over the years. Recently found what was just a junk photo, for years, of our old cabin and a car my dad used to drive. Off center, no humans, just snow and car and cabin and miscellaneous boring junk. I picked it up, looked at it a good long while, handed it to my parents and my sister, and we all sat around taking turns looking at it and talking about the car, the cabin, the mountain the cabin was in front of, etc. It is now a treasure. Weird! But, cool!

    – Arletta

  • LoveringArts
    LoveringArtsover 2 years ago

    Soooooooooooooooo cool and retro ….. A striking work Arletta, a big big thanks for your visit and compelling words on my Dietrich portrait … Your words so inspire… Paul

  • Your welcome. Thank you!

    – Arletta

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