Digital Window Arts

My earlier background is Advertising and Corporate arts but I am still exploring my arts side still to this day. Somehow, I revisited my earlier unfulfilled arts aspiration.  Although this type of  art is only simple, I did something different utilizing digital arts.

Bintanaw series #4 (Heritage Sites)

Theme:  Philippine heritage site and tourist destination

“Bintanaw” – combined filipino word “bintana” (window) and “tanaw” (see through).

Moscow

Theme:  Historical Architecture

NZ

Theme:  Global Geographic wonders

Bintanaw - Old photos series #1 (Rizal Avenue Manila 1900s)

Theme: Vintage photos (old Manila)

Aside from Window framed artworks, I can also produce plain type:

Theme: Vintage

Beatles

Theme:  Iconic Photos (Music –  Beetles)

Shirley Temple

Theme:  Iconic photos (Hollywood vintage – Shirley Temple)

America

Theme:  Iconic photos (Historical)

R2 D2

Theme:  Sci-Fi (Star Wars)

Mona Liza

Theme:  Famous  paintings

Below are labeled as top 10 most expensive paintings in the world:

1 The Card Players by Paul Cézanne (2011)

1. The Card Players by Paul Cézanne (2011)

2 La Rêve (The Dream) by Pablo Picasso (1932)

2. La Rêve (The Dream) by Pablo Picasso (1932)

3 Three Studies of Lucian Freud by Francis Bacon (1969)

3. Three Studies of Lucian Freud by Francis Bacon (1969)

4 Number 5 by Jackson Pollock (1948)

4. No. 5 by Jackson Pollock (1948)

5 Woman III by Willem de Kooning (period of 1951 to 1953)

5. Woman III by Willem de Kooning (period of 1951 to 1953)

6  Portrait of Adele Bloch Bauer I by Gustav Klimt (Jewish-owned art rescued from the Nazi looting Second World War)

6. Portrait of Adele Bloch Bauer I by Gustav Klimt (Jewish-owned art rescued from the Nazi looting Second World War)

7  The Scream by Edvard Munch (1895)

7. The Scream by Edvard Munch (1895)

8  Flag by Jasper Johns (1958)

8. Flag by Jasper Johns (1958)

9  Nude Green Leaves and Bust by Pablo Picasso (1932)

9. Nude Green Leaves and Bust by Pablo Picasso (1932)

10  Silver Car Crash [Double Disaster]  by Andy Warhol (1932)

10. Silver Car Crash [Double Disaster] by Andy Warhol (1932)

If given the chance and right investment funding, I can explore digital arts further.

I believe there is a market for reproduction as not everyone can afford the cost expensive paintings and artworks.  There is also a demand for artwork based on memorable moment.

Below are my other Bintanaw version:

Bintanaw series #2 (sunrise-sunset)

Theme:  Sunrise-Sunset (part of a series)Bintanaw series #13 (Philippines Falls)

Theme:  Water falls (part of a series)Bintanaw series #12 (Philippines Fishing Industry)

Theme:  Fisheries (part of a series)Bintanaw series #11 (Philippines Awesome Beaches)

Theme:  Beaches in the Philippines (part of a series)Bintanaw series #10 (Planting Rice in the Philippines)

Theme:  Agriculture (part of a series)Bintanaw series #9 (Christmas in the Philippines)

 Theme:  Christmas in the Philippines (part of a series)

Bintanaw series #8 (Philippine Festival)

Theme:  Philippine Festivals (part of a series)Bintanaw series #7 (Filipino Food)

Theme:  Filipino delicacies and cuisines (part of a series)Bintanaw series #6 (Philippine folk dance)

Theme:  Filipino folk and cultural dance (part of a series)Bintanaw series #5 (Filipino traits and values)

Theme:  Filipino traits and values (part of a series)Bintanaw series #1 (memorable clan photos)

Theme:  Memorable Family photos (part of a series)

This business has a market as digital prints cost far lower than the original.

Note:  The author of this blog does not claim ownership to the main photographic images.  All are digitized works and are excerpted from google images.

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