Storytelling through imagery
Artist & Author
More and more people are linked online. More and more people make friends all over the world from their office, lounge, living room and in my case from my office. Our physical reality is gradually merging with another dimension: the dimension of Cyberspace.
What will the future hold for all of us? I share my daily experiences through my blog; End Of Times.
I'm a published author, a book cover designer and I call myself a creative person. This website became more of a showcase website about both me as the artist and author. Most of my daily hours have shifted from oil painting and creative writing towards the skills of marketing, so I hope that this website gives visitors a glimpse of the earning possibilities the internet offers to people like me.
The internet is a big place, an estimated 3 billion people have accessed the internet, so I hope that this website will be visited by people who like me have become an internet entrepreneur.
Several the print-on-demand site links below takes you to my profile, but not all of them I have found suitable for my kind of art work, so I have not uploaded more designs. The direct link to these shops are:
By using this website I can promote some of my favourite or newest products. If any visitors who happen to come across this website and he or she knows, or is a Artist themselves are at Zazzle , Redbubble or Society6, please leave a comment and share your online shop link with me, and I will visit your store.
The Calendars that have the direct buying link on my shopping page are created from collections of storytelling graphics, photos and a mixture of visual images that were created for articles and products.
My Steampunk design story
Today we google everything so I learned a lot when I typed in the word Steampunk. It’s a famous upmarket trend, a term for an expression of art. This name Steampunk was not known to me in the eighties and early nineties when I called it my Time creations.
Apparently the Steampunk designer trend started from a science-fiction sub-genre rage in the 1970s. In my blog article: A Steampunk designer story I have shared how my own time piece jewellery came about, and how today these cog-wheel creations look great on leather texture designs.
The first print on demand projects I created with my Steampunk design was with Live-heroes.
This is my Life Heroes banner.
Our dimension of Time.
My digital art work, combining leather texture with clock wheels to project a universal story.
Wheels of time. This design is also found in my Redbubble and Society6 shops
This design looks great on decor found on products from Society6, and on Zazzle