I’ve been busy with cigar art, both for personal use and for corporate clients! This is some of it, ranging from images for website usage, to contest promotion to just plain fun! Featured are special selections from CheapHumidors.com, Limited edition cigars from SmokeInn.com and Padron Cigars, the full line of Di Fazio Cigars and the
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I was commissioned for some art shots for a new line of cigars out of Miami called Pinar Del Rio. Not only are the EXCEPTIONALLY good cigars, they also look fantastic with TOP notch artwork on the bands and boxes!
Pinar Del Rio has commissioned me to take art shots of their new line of cigars, this is the first line, the 1878!
Wooloot has come out with some new lines to their rubberized waterproof sport watches and I had fun creating some art for them today! Check them out at wooloot.com!
Cigar Art – Cuban Crafters
This is also one of my very favorites. As I travelled over the Tioga Pass, some 9,000+ feet in elevation over the High Seirras, I came upon a vast meadow. Some fellow travellers had stopped along the road to snap some shots, but I always like to take the road less travelled. This expanse was
This is one of my current favorites. It was also on a bone chilling pre-dawn morning on the floor of Yosemitie valley. The water was maybe 1 deg. above freezing, and in places was as still as the ice next to it. I love producing images with high contrast, and I knew exactly what I
This was taken at the Homosassa Springs State Wildlife Park in Homosassa Springs, FL. It offers hours of self guided tours over many dozens of acres, showcasing a variety of birds and animals. It features both a tram tour and a riverboat tour, with many different habitats and areas to explore and learn about. This
Getting up every morning at 4am just to be in the right spot pre-dawn was never so much fun. Even though it was below freezing until the sun came up, even though my finger tips went numb in between sits in the car with the heater on – it is worth it every time. This
I was shocked while touring Hawaii for a week, to see that the number of windsurfers outnumbered traditional surfers at least 2:1 outside the tourist areas. Kite surfing was also very popular, with both wind and kite surfers attaining insaine amounts of airtime and hangtime. Five seconds was not uncommon, with unbelieveable control and grace.