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Abstract Toddler T-Shirt featuring the digital art AbstractOne by Ken Taylor

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AbstractOne Toddler T-Shirt

Ken Taylor

by Ken Taylor





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Product Details

Our toddler t-shirts are made from 100% pre-shrunk cotton and are available in five different sizes.   All toddler t-shirts are machine washable.

Design Details

This is a digital abstract base on multiple photo composites.

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1 - 2 business days

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Artist's Description

This is a digital abstract base on multiple photo composites.

About Ken Taylor

Ken Taylor

Ken was a Northwest Washington digital artist captivated by the creative challenge of bringing a variety of visual elements together to form unique images. His creative process started with a visual concept in which he brought together images, textures, and digital painting to form the completed piece. Maintaining fluidity throughout the process is key to allowing the image to evolve. Photography was one of his interests, but much of his image-capturing centered around expanding his library of "parts and pieces" for future works. For Ken, the creative process was not complete until a physical piece - be it a print or mixed media work - was realized. He used fine art archival papers and inks for prints and integrated giclee prints and...