Pocket-sized art with more uses than you can wave a Bic at. Birthdays, thanks yous, Valentines or even Wednesdays, there’s always an occasion for a stunning card. From promotional weapon to distant friend-contactor, our cards are more versatile than Optimus Prime.
Cards are designed to suit the most common image ratio of 3:2, but any image size can be printed—we just leave a white border.
Digitally captured using a Sony Alpha 100 with a 28 – 75mm. This forms part of a series that focuses on local and other odd but full of character architecture.
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Art gives me the freedom to see with my own eyes what my minds eye has conceived.
Like the de-constructed brick wall look in this one Paul. I have been meaning to ask you about the titles you give these images. Do you make them up or are they the actual names of the properties? Living in the country, nearly every home has a name, so I was just wondering…..and if you are making them up, where do you get them from? Great work, as always Paul.
Hello Kitsmumma!! Thanks for your beautiful comments! The names of these images simply come from the names of the streets they are in! :D
AAAAhhh!! I didn’t even think of that. Great stuff Paul! Hope you are having a nice morning. Liked your poem today too by the way!
wow this is such a great image – love the colors, such an eerie feeling
This one is a new favourite!! Although the decay is a bit less genteel than some of the others, it somehow has a real defiant feel to it!!
Great depth Paul. Fantastic post work. Great to see it on the home page.
colours are sensational – lovely character home…
Thank you again Kismumma!! :D
To alexa70, I used to travel to and from Adelaide a little so your words ring true, especially about surburban Adelaide! :D
Thanks so much Heather, I’ve always said that one thing I love about art is each individual person takes from a piece of art what they each individually feel. :D
Hello CathieT, I must admit the decay is what drew me this home in the first instance but once processed I saw a couple of other highlights! :D
Oh Melinda! Love being on the home page!! blush Thank you for the compliment! blush again!!
Thank you so much Nicole your words of encouragement are always appreciated! :D
doubled over by your coordination of color and design in this and other images, nice work