Wednesday, May 5, 2010

THEME THURSDAY - VINTAGE

JOHN CARTER, ESQUIRE (click to enlarge)

Digital Collage created with images from MOONLIGHT JOURNAL

24 comments:

Kelly said...

gorgeous steamp punk type of atc! love it!

Lynifyni said...

What a handsome design, Gayle! Great image and the elements are so right...what a great vintage feel! Bravo! LynnF

peggy gatto said...

Reminds me of an advertisement!!
Bold, simple!

Shar said...

So striking! I love it!

Lori Saul said...

A handsome vintage gent Gayle- as always- lovely work!

Terri Kahrs said...

What a dapper gentleman, Gayle! Love the strength of this piece! Hugs, Terri xoxo

Diana Evans said...

love this!!! gotta love top hats...I think more people should wear these!!! how cool

Yvonne said...

Fabulous piece, Gayle!

dutchstamptramp said...

Love your entry! Great images and colours

Sandy said...

This is stunning Gayle.
Great style.

Anke said...

GORGEOUS !!!

Hermine said...

Its gorgeous, love the B/W border

Heavens2Betsy said...

Hi Gayle, gorgeous work! Stunning x

Hanne said...

This is really beautiful! Great image!

indybev said...

I agree with Hermine. The B&W border is most unusual in vintage, and it works SO well! This is a lovely piece. He makes me sort of want to tip his hat and say "lighten up!".

mary.kg said...

Bonjour Gayle!
Quelle élégance ! amicalement Mary.KG

Kim @ Forget-Me-Never said...

Great piece. I am waiting for that man to step right out of the frame! Love it.

Terri said...

Vintage all the way! I love your man and images. It is perfect!

Rosie said...

Brilliant combination of styles, Gayle, resulting in a fab collage!!

Rhonda said...

Terrific vintage piece, Gayle! Cheers!

Rein said...

Gorgeous vintage piece, great image!

Silvia said...

Wonderful collage, great images.

Rosie said...

Wow, this is gorgeous. Love the steam punk style.

Rosie

Diane said...

What a dapper gentleman! I love the black/white border too. I see he attended the Columbia Expo in Chicago in 1893. Have you read "The Devil in the White City"? Really interesting look at behind the scenes goings-on at the Exposition.