Route 66 Restaurant
Recently, for the first time we signed up a vendor for a limited selection of our product line in Scottsdale, Arizona.
As you might imagine, they are carrying primarily Route 66 cards and have a decent selection.
You can find them at
4130 N Marshall Way Sutie C
Scottsdale, AZ 85251
Recently we were approached regarding CSA (Confederate States of America) note cards. Over time, some images relevant to this theme have been captured, but not added to our catalog – until now. A new gallery page was created in September of 2013, but it is not indexed on the website. If you’re interested in this topic, you can find the gallery and place your orders here.
Gainesville CSA Monument
Our newest vendor with a small selection of Frisco, Texas note cards is:
Frisco Heritage Museum
6455 Page Street
Frisco, TX 75034
As part of a recent commercial assignment, I spent some time out photographing both Dallas and Fort Worth at night – something I’ve been needing to get back to for some time. As a result, I assembled a collection of images I needed to construct new cityscapes.
You can order these in note cards from our note card page. You can also order them in any print size from 16×20 up to wall size by simply emailing me your requirements (if you’d like a signed copy) or head on over to our fulfillment site and place your order for prints there.
Check out our Texas Note Card page for the complete selection of images.
No, this does not exist in nature. These images are composites.
The 2013 Dallas cityscape includes a sunrise sky with the Texas flag ghosted in, a full moon, the Margaret Hunt Hill bridge designed by Santiago Calatrava and the Perot Museum. the BofA building outlined in green argon, Fountain Place, Reunion Tower and the Omni Hotel are all prominently featured in this compilation.
2013 Dallas Skyline
The Fort Worth cityscape for 2013 features a Texas flag ghosted against a sunset sky and features the skyline combined with Bass Hall and the Will Rogers Memorial.
Fort Worth Skyline
Since it’s Bluebonnet season here in The Lone Star State, it seemed like a good time to both shoot some new material – and create note cards from some archival images. As a result, we’ve uploaded 7 new images of Bluebonnets and assorted Texas wildflowers to the Flora and Fauna page. In addition, we’ve finally posted a Yellow Rose!
Our acerbic baby Mockingbird (also just happens to be the State bird of Texas) has been busy expanding his vocabulary lately. As a result, we have several new entries in the Holiday Greeting Card series. Just released today is the “Don’t Mess With Texas card.
Go to our Greeting Card page to order all of these priceless cards. We will also be producing prints and posters (likely T-shirts) of these in the near future.
Check ‘em out:
Don’t Mess With Texas – or ME!
As most people know by now, our iconic Big Tex who has welcomed visitors to the Texas State Fair in Dallas for 60 years, burned right down to his steel frame on October 19, 2012. As a memorial to the “Big Guy”, we’ve released the RIP Big Tex note card as seen below.
Order it from the Texas Collection on our website today.
RIP Big Tex Note Card
The inscription reads:
RIP Big Tex
From the Texas Collection
Big Tex greets thousands of visitors to the Texas State Fair every year. Note the moon under his left arm.
On October 19, 2012, Big Tex burned down to his steel structure. We know that like the Phoenix, Big Tex will rise again from the ashes, better than ever.
Dallas, Texas 2012
After a lot of time sitting on a stool with a legal pad and pen in our warehouse, I finally finished the inventory of our print catalog.
Now it’s all online and you can save big by ordering from our Inventory Prints. We will still produce any image in any size on short notice, but you save at least 50% when you order from our existing inventory.
From 8×10 prints in 11×14 mats up to Limited Edition Gallery-Wrap canvas Giclee prints five feet long, we have a substantial variety from Texas, Tuscany, Route 66, NYC, TreZ, Abstracts, the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge in Dallas, Winston the ORIGINAL Angry Bird and LOTS more.
FREE delivery in the D/FW Metroplex.
FREE shipping (in the Continental US) on matted prints.
Most orders ship within 24 hours.
All Limited Edition prints come with Certification.
Order Online Now!
Tuscan Cross 2
A few new images were added to the library this morning. Some from recent shoots and some that had simply fallen through the cracks.
In the Texas Oddities section, we added Texas Nessie and Stonehenge II.
And in the Texas Historic section, we added the Blanco County Courthouse in Johnson City.
Blanco County Courthouse
Just because May 13, 2012 produced some of the most amazing cloud formations I’ve ever seen in all the years I’ve lived in Texas, this next image was added to the Scenic Texas section:
Dragon Skull in the Sky
The most requested image at the Deep Ellum art show last month was the Margaret Hunt Hill (Calatrava) bridge that now spans the Trinity River. Something I had been meaning to shoot for some time, but just did not have the “right” conditions when I had the time to shoot.
So finally last week, I decided I was shooting no matter the conditions and would just tweak the images to my liking.
We will be distributing these to our dealers shortly and have plenty on hand for our upcoming art shows: May 18-20 Grapevine, Texas and Memorial Day Weekend – Granbury, Texas.
We have one panoramic shot that is very dramatic and ethereal titled “Oz”
And then we have the much more “standard” version of this iconic gateway, titled “Calatrava Reunion” with Reunion Tower framed by the cables of the Calatrava Bridge.