A while ago I was sifting through some of my abstract photography – photographs that are mostly colors and textures and patterns, mainly from nature – and an idea popped into my head! What if I combined an abstract photo with an interesting piece of Celtic knotwork? The idea really tickled my brain, and here’s the first ‘hybrid’ design – Celtic Rock Knot!
I actually used a photo of metallic corrosions, rust, and mineral deposits, and after combining it with a simple knot, and added depth and chisel marks in photoshop, it came out looking like it was carved from rock – I just really love the look!
Check it out on a sampling of products in the image montage below (it’s a little marketing-y because I made it for my shop, but it does do a good job of the sampling – LOL):
I love it on the colored t-shirts and such, but also on products with the original photo as background, like on the pillow, journal, and the messenger bag. Click here to browse Celtic Rock Knot t-shirts and bags, and such.
It also looks pretty dang cool on the new bed and bath products – shower curtains, duvet covers, cloth napkins, and even rugs and curtains – Click here to check out the Celtic Rock Knot Shower Curtain, Duvet Covers, Pillowcases and Throw Pillows
Also, Fine Art Prints of the Celtic Rock Knot Art are available, with or without framing, or even as a canvas print, through my gallery at Imagekind. (In the sample image here I chose an interesting gray framing option – neat!) Click here for a zoom image of Celtic Rock Knot, and to see it displayed in another format, etc.
Thanks for looking! And I already have some new ideas for more abstract photo and celtic hybrid art, so stay tuned.