Category Archives: Photoshop
I Never Had Paris But . . .
This is on sale now at my Etsy Store in a canvas wrap: https://www.etsy.com/shop/ThomasFarleyDesigns
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Life is too often an advertising optical illusion, promising sex, speed, or money with its images, when in fact there was nothing there to begin with. Like this illusion of cigarette endorsements promoting flavor, smoothness, and style points while spinning … Continue reading
The Only Wonder of the Ancient and Modern World
Framed up. Beige mat? All that they had a the thrift store. May pinstripe it using markers or paint. Original illo. Used legally by way of my license with Deposit Photos.
Sign of the Times
#Enigmataesoterica graciously lent me Ranald’s 1932 work, Masters of Destiny. “The Hands and Careers of Seventy-Five Famous Men and Women.” Reading palms, you know, the line of life, line of brilliancy, line of heart and so on. Among the highlights … Continue reading
Turning the Page on Bella
Another proof of concept. Needs more work. As always.
It’s Bella. Next Question.
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Robert Huges and Beauty
Robert Hughes and Beauty “Abstract painting often has to do with time, with depicting a place where time no longer applies, closer, perhaps, to music. It represents a search for harmony and grace — a place of timelessness and to … Continue reading
A New Addition to the Self-Portrait With a Camera Page
You might recall my “Self-Portrait With a Camera Page.” Some extremely talented photographers who have taken self-portraits with their cameras. I happen across these self-studies only now and then and find them all compelling. Here’s a new one from photographer … Continue reading
More Illustrations by Craiyon
My Etsy store is here: https://www.etsy.com/shop/ThomasFarleyDesigns Some sentences of Dylan’s “Visions of Johanna” illustrated by Craiyon, the A/I powered text to image generator. First generation. A free service open to anyone. Good enough now to illustrate a children’s book or … Continue reading