Retro T.V. set information

These retro looking T.V. stes are actually made, like all most all my pieces, with recycled materials and electronics. Some of the sets use antique radio cabinets, one uses a vintage 1953 Zenith, but most of them use things you might never guess as a starting cabinet. Old radio and television knobs adorn many of them, yet some knobs had to be fabricated using some unusual items. Half the fun of viewing these pieces comes from trying to identify where the pieces came from. Each T.V. set contains a scene from a movie or series from early television and sci-fi movies. The scenes are carefully constructed to duplicate a familiar scene from that...

Atomic Punk

Atomic Punk is the term I use to depict what the future would look like from the Atomic Age time period, 40′s, 50′s and beyond. This future was to contain fantastic forms of travel both on Earth and in space; weapons of enormous potential; robotic creations of all kinds and undreamed of inventions that would be part of our everyday life. We have witnessed many such inventions and creations already, but others have continued to elude us. These may be the devices of future generations. Atomic Punk art can be used to show those ideas that have yet to be explored and created. Since after all, it starts in our heads first as an idea,...

Steampunk

Tesla Death Ray (front) Steamship Balloon Lamp Ringing Skull (top) with working alarm clock mechanism Steampunk Mounted Weapon C&A weapon 2 – armed; telescopic sight Cowboys & Aliens wrist weapon 2 Steampink weapon with hidden bullet...

Retro TV sets

StellarVision; ’1933 King Kong 3D’ StellarVision ‘Flash Gordon and the Planet of Death’ TV Dinner: ‘The Twilight Zone’ StallarVision ‘Lost in Space 3D’ StellarVision Lost in Space 3D (top) TV Dinner: ‘THe...

Illustration Art

These pieces are works that are either illustrations for my many children’s book manuscripts or justĀ individual wall hanging pieces. The Metropolis piece was a charcoal/conte crayon drawing depicting the 1928 Movie poster of Metropolis. Then it was photographed and color enhanced to give it the look you see in the picture (left). This is the only print I made of my original (the lighter colored piece on the right). It is 16″x33″. ‘Escher vs Fisher’ is a chess piece done in charcoal pencil, colored pencil and conte...

Up and coming creati...

  Dalek Proto-type BobbleBot   Beginning after Jan 1, 2012, I will begin adding dozens of pieces to my site. These will include pieces that have been gallery exhibits as well as many new creations. The pieces will range from retro furnature art, to Sci-fi creations which include...