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Bench Women's Tank Top featuring the digital art Bench by Ken Taylor

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Bench Women's Tank Top

Ken Taylor

by Ken Taylor

Regular Price: $22.00

20% Off   (Limited Time Only)





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Product Details

Our women's tank tops are made from a 50% cotton / 50% polyester blend and are available in five different sizes.   All tank tops are machine washable.

Design Details

The �Bench� is a surrealistic image made up of composting many images and textures.

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1 - 2 business days

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Women's Tank Top Tags

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Artist's Description

The �Bench� is a surrealistic image made up of composting many images and textures.

About Ken Taylor

Ken Taylor

I'm a Northwest Washington digital artist captivated by the creative challenge of bringing a variety of visual elements together to form unique images. My creative process starts with a visual concept in which I bring 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 remains one of my interests, but much of my image-capturing centers around expanding my library of "parts and pieces" for future works. For me, the creative process is not complete until a physical piece - be it a print or mixed media work - is realized. I use fine art archival papers and inks for prints and integrate Gicle prints and acrylics...