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, April 8, 2014


Here is a 2015 calendar postcard for jazz lovers. I was inspired to create this original collage after listening to the wonderful music of a contemporary jazz quartet. I hope my impressionistic interpretation captures some of the feeling and movement. Four musicians play piano, vibes, bass and drums in a kaleidoscope of gold, brown, black, white, green, yellow and blue. The reverse has a full 2015 calendar on one convenient page.

The autumn harvest is the theme of this elegant Best Man flask. It features grain on a bronze background. All text can be customized for your special occasion. Click AUTUMN HARVEST WEDDING for the entire collection.

Closeup photo of a horse's face and soulful eyes. The horse is chestnut colored with white markings and its mane is in its big brown eyes.
Horse Face Closeup Mousepads
Horse Face Closeup Mousepads by Fun Nature Photography

This lovely iPad folio case features a very simple single brown larch cone on a white background. The exquisite detail of this small cone resembles a wooden rose. Perfect for Christmas and the holiday season or any time of year.

Digital mandala made with photos of barrel cactus flowers as a wrist watch.

This wallet is decorated with an image of a beautiful artistic, rustic wood carving in shades of brown, gold, mahogany and black. A central abstract circular flower image has petals radiating out to a carved circle which is surrounded by four sections. Each section has abstract leaf carvings.

The phrase “how now brown cow” originated in mid-1900s elocution lessons to demonstrate English vowel sounds. Today, it can also be a greeting! Practice your ohs with this illustration of a realistic, friendly brown jersey cow face (she's even got a blade of grass to chew on) along with the question “how now?” A great gift for teachers, farmers, or people who can't resist big brown cow eyes.

1 comment:

  1. Brown never looked so good - not chocolate, just cool brown stuff!