Cardinal Poster
Cardinal Poster by Bebops

Colors thrill my soul and enrich my life! I decided to create a blog featuring a different color every day. Using my original photographs and designs I have created so many colorful products for my online store, Bebop's Place, and want to share them here. I am also constantly amazed at the fantastic rainbow of products available from the rest of the Zazzle community and plan to showcase some of them as well. I am hoping viewers, in discovering this blog, will enjoy and possibly purchase some of these lovely items.

Tuesday, November 19, 2013


Explore the magical world of water with this lovely 2014 seasonal fine art photography wall calendar of original digitally enhanced photographs. Each month displays a different facet of water: a frozen waterfall, a partially frozen pond, branch reflections in a springtime swamp, windy aspen tree reflections, wild black cherry blossoms floating in the water, spring rain on a flower garden, fishermen alone with the sea and sky, a brilliant sunrise on the lake, rushing water, a young woman dreaming on the dock, golden sunset on river rocks, and a serene mountain pond. Follow the seasons of spring, summer, autumn and winter right on your favorite wall.

This poster features the view from the bottom of a very tall tulip tree looking way up to the top. The blue twilight sky creates an interesting lacy abstract effect of silhouetted trunk and branches. This huge old tree lives in Robert H. Treman State Park in Ithaca, New York.

This seasonal ornament features an arrangement of holly leaves and berries in a black silhouette with transparent cut outs to let the background color show through.

Five hanging icicles with the sun shining through them create an interesting abstract pattern of blues and pinks on this mousepad.

Here is a baby shower invitation with cute little whales.

This iPhone 5/5S case features a wild abstract circular pattern of luminous greens and blues swirling around a central flower with kaleidoscope movement.

A beautiful white dove being released into a cosmic blue sky. She represents the release from all that holds us back from our true selves, and brings us closer to the purity and peace of the uninfluenced spirit. She is the Energy of Life, moving while collected as a dove, before again becoming the potential returned to the cosmos, to take other shapes within other shapes and other shapes, again and again. The atoms before the dove will be the atoms after the dove. This captivating illustration was created by Nick Rumbelow to show that Life is the finger in the glove, the wave which forms the surface. These enchanting, almost 3-D images were created by hand, cell by cell and took around 12 months to make, carefully twisting each cell into dynamic relationships with the surrounding cells. Nick called this style The Implicate Form because the form of the whole image is implied by the collective relationships of individual cells, a reflection of how reality is created by the dynamic interplay of packets of suggestion, disturbances in the quantum foam. As the raindrop returns to the Ocean, the raindrop is of little consequence to the Ocean, but the Ocean is everything to the raindrop, as it returns to its source and cycles. Nick hopes the work demonstrates that it is the way in which individuals relate to each other that shapes the quality of their own environment and the harmony of the bigger picture, and that all forms - including us - are processes, 'not things'. On the quantum level we are never true individuals, never separate, never alone. From womb to tomb, we are connected to others.

1 comment:

  1. Thank you for including my holly silhouette snowflake ornament today!