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There’s something beautiful about a framed image hanging serenely on a wall. We’re extremely proud of our sustainably sourced frames and believe there’s really no better way to enhance a stunning photograph. We’re pleased as punch to say they’ve adorned galleries and homes from London to Los Angeles.
Art comes in many shapes and sizes, and our framed prints are built to fit each of them. The final dimensions will depend on the image you choose, but to give you an idea here are the most common photographic sizes:
Inspired by Steven Wilson’s Collecting SpaceTweaked from parameters from SoldeusCreated with Mandelbulb 3d and Photoshop CS4
Featured in Globes, Spheres and Curves
collecting space, keith reesor, kreesor, steven wilson, mandelbulb 3d
Keith is a self taught digital artist. He uses various programs along with Photoshop CS4 to create his art. He loves to listen to all kinds of music while he creates. He also enjoys reading and playing video games.
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Inspired by Steven Wilson’s Collecting SpaceTweaked from parameters by SoldeusCreated with Mandelbulb 3d and Photoshop CS4
This is outstanding as always Keith!
Thank you so much my friend!! Glad you like it!! :)
– Keith Reesor
Holy Smoke, that is a looker Keith, Excellent work
Thanks Larry!! Happy you like it!! :)
Thank you very much Stephen! :)
Superb work Keith. Fantastic vid also.
Thank you so much Peter!! Going to see Steven Wilson here in April!! Should be an amazing show!! Saw him w/Porcupine Tree 2 years ago!! :)
Gorgeous creation and work Keith. :o)
Thank you very much Bunny!! Pleased you like it!! :)
wonderful pattern work and composition :)
Thank you so much Anna!! I really appreciate it!! :)
Keith this is so cool looking I wish it were an actual object in my home. I don’t know what it would be, maybe a ceiling or a door? It took me a while to see all the depth in this picture and there is a lot. It’s great! : )
Thank you very much Ann!! At first it was going to be a “clock”. Notice the 12 radiating lines, then I “tipped it on its side” and noticed the sphere of the “clock face”!! This was a much more interesting angle!! :)
Splendid in deed!
Thank you so much Julie!! :)
Fantastic, every little line and detail.
Thank you Frannie!! Glad you like it!! :)