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ART - "After Life of Dr. Seuss" - for public review - 2013-11-22 : I need your Opinion... 

I found out where the Dr. Seuss Creatures go when they die.  LOL

These are just a few of the many images I captured by accident and upon review  jumped out just asking to be Published.  
They are Random images, not photo-shopped, Just change of Tint and Contrast.  
Some are obvious, Some not so much. The more you look, the more you see.  Different creatures appear when viewed zoomed in or far away. 
What do you see?

Possible changes: backgrounds besides Black, colors or adding images into a story.
Selling prints, posters, prints, digital files, greetings cards, other?

Please review and leave comments as to Art form, changes, Marketability, and Prospect as Product line to sell to who and how.

Many Many More Images can be found On line at : 

Ripple Ratt
Phat Ratt Photography - Company

ART - "After Life of Dr. Seuss" - for...


I need your Opinion... I found out where the Dr. Seuss Creatures g ...

Updated: Nov 28, 2013 11:20pm PST

Photo's and Studio Artist : Using Studio Artist Software

Photo's and Studio Artist


Using Studio Artist Software

Updated: Oct 24, 2013 1:15pm PST

Foto Art : Beauty in the everyday! <br>
There are things we see everyday and forget to enjoy.

Foto Art


Beauty in the everyday! There are things we see everyday and forget ...

Updated: Oct 19, 2013 7:02am PST

Phillip Hinkel's Paintings : If you are visiting this site and knew Phillip, please leave a comment with you're name on one of the photos. Thanks. I like Carlotti ,an italian painter's definition of Beauty. He said that beauty is the summation of the parts working together in such a way that nothing needs to be added, taken away, or altered. That was Phillip. It still is. All of the artwork was done by Phillip Anthony Hinkel, my brother. I took the Photos of the Oil paintings, and the chalk Magnolia. I want to share his artwork. This Gallery is in his honor. These paintings were done when he was 11 through 18 years of age . IN MEMORY OF PHILLIP ANTHONY HINKEL April 27, 1971-February 28, 1998. Please be courtious. Thanks,Alan Hinkel

Phillip Hinkel's Paintings


If you are visiting this site and knew Phillip, please leave a comment ...

Updated: Aug 18, 2013 3:24pm PST

Heights' Porches Coffee Table Book :

Heights' Porches Coffee Table Book


Updated: May 08, 2013 5:52pm PST

Total Abstracts :

Total Abstracts

Lehtokukka photography

Updated: Apr 16, 2013 10:31am PST

Ender's Art : Ender’s Story:

Ender is a sweet and caring young boy.  Did I mention he LOVES dinosaurs, from his earliest days he has always loved dinosaurs.  Ender is also Autistic, he was diagnosed at the age of four.  Being first time parents, my husband and I could not understand why we were having so much trouble with Ender.  He just didn’t seem to act like other kids his age.  At Ender’s four year well-check, our doctor suggested getting Ender “tested“, those tests showed that our son was Autistic.  A frightening diagnosis, but it was a bit a relief for me. I mean, it was good to know what was going on, and quite honestly things got much better around the house just understanding what was really happening with our son.

We were given the advice to address the issue as soon as possible, we also learned that early intervention is key to helping Autistic Spectrum kids adjust to a hopefully normal life.  We immediately enrolled Ender in, what turned out to be a spectacular pre-school program run through The University of Montana.  The Co-Teach Program and its method of purposefully uniting children of all abilities dramatically improved Ender’s life skills.  At Co-Teach Ender learned to cope with the issues that make life so difficult for kids with Autism.  I vehemently believe that Ender could not be where he is today without the help of the caring people who developed, and run the Co-Teach Program.

Now, Ender goes to public school and is in the second grade.  He wants to be a Paleontologist when he grows up.  He loves everything about dinosaurs and often draws pictures of them.  Over time Ender’s drawings have become more complex and interesting.  Even the way he draws is interesting, primarily he follows one line to complete the image rather than mapping out the shape. It is hard to explain, but watching Ender draw is quite fascinating.  Recently Ender’s Dad suggested we make t-shirts for Ender using his drawings.  

The response we have received so far has been positive, which sparked an idea.  We decided to sell Ender’s drawings on T-shirts and donate a portion of the proceeds to Autism Education Services.  We feel it is vital for kids like Ender to be diagnosed early, and get the help they require.  If their needs are addressed early all kids like Ender can have a real shot at a regular life.  Our son got that chance, and we want to help other children get that same chance at a fulfilling life.  
Follow this link to brouse or place an order for Ender's Tees.

Ender's Art


Ender’s Story: Ender is a sweet and caring young boy. Did I ment ...

Updated: Mar 03, 2013 6:43pm PST

Variations of  Memories and Roses :

Variations of Memories and Roses

Lehtokukka photography

Updated: Feb 16, 2013 8:55am PST

Nottingham workshop : The mosaic art of Will Robson

Nottingham workshop

Will Robson

The mosaic art of Will Robson

Updated: Dec 27, 2012 4:05pm PST

daily videos :

daily videos

Dan Schneider

Updated: Dec 20, 2012 8:35am PST