Genres: Abstract, Photography, Apparel
Tags: Photo, Orange, Green, Blue, Pink, Sun, Glasses, Bubbles, Radioactive

License: All Rights Reserved
Color adjustment from, "Blue Berry Surprise", and in the album, "Something From Nothing."

I liked the blues that came out in the upper right hand corner of this piece.
Date uploaded: Sep 18, 2011, 14:57 EDT Show more info
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  • In stock: 100
  • Dimensions:
    L: 12 in
    W: 8 in
    H: 1 in
  • Weight: 2 lb
  • Ships From: Severance, Colorado, USA
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J. Wager gave feedback to Daryl C. Hill for “Radioactive Vision”:
Psychedelic and scary to think about
 Mar 07, 2013, 14:41 EST

One of my favorites, the whole series is tons of sun. Makes me wish it was a hot summer day, and I could get some of whatever this concoction is and drink it ;0

Looks nice against the blue wallpaper, especially.

If you get a chance check out my new album of Digital Art (largely inspired by one D. Hill):

 Dec 12, 2011, 22:42 EST
Daryl C. Hill 
Starving Artist Sale. What do you think?
flag (Dec 22, 2011, 23:13 EST)
Rex Yehudi (shoham) 
Brilliant. Also, the world need more cheerleaders anyway :D I'd say sell prints, rather than trying to sell the right to make prints. Just my two cents. And do it for Creamello Blue, for sure :D Signed prints, maybe a limited edition? Print them only when you get orders, and give yourself enough time with shipping to handle the printing as well. Could probably even be a Kinko's print, which might cost you just a few bucks. Plus $10 S&H, so let's say $25 plus whatever you want to take as a cut ($25?) So 50 per print. My opinion! What ever happened to the rest of Pear Parody???
flag (Dec 22, 2011, 23:21 EST)