"CREATURE ATE MY WHEELS" Photoshop Composite Image
This was a photoshop composite image created for my other lifestyle wear business called "Creature of the Wheel".  COTW is lifestyle wear for people who ride so the target market is essentially anyone with wheels and a passion.  This could include cyclists, skateboarders, motorcyclists, inline skaters, atv enthusiasts or just gear heads.  Sometimes I create images like this to inject some element of humor and playfulness to the brand.  This particular composite is called "CREATURE ATE MY WHEELS".

The images below show how the image was built from the main image of the dinosaur in the woods.
"WINTER IS COMING" Photoshop Composite Image
This composite image came about while getting ready for the impending Wisconsin winters, which usually start in October(!)  Getting out and enjoying wheels in the winter may be harder to do simply because of conditions outdoors, but with methods of transportation such as a fat tire bike it's certainly possible to get outside in the dead of winter.  This image borrowed from "Game of Thrones" imagery and themes to include the now infamous phrase "Winter is coming".
"CREATURE TOOK MY WHEELS" Photoshop Composite Image
Another composite image created for the Creature of the Wheel lifestyle brand.  Sometimes I create images like this to inject some element of humor and playfulness to the brand.  This particular composite is called "CREATURE TOOK MY WHEELS".  The irony is that the UFO ends up abducting the bike instead of the human being because aliens are just as passionate about wheels as their human counterparts!

The images below show how the image was built from the main image of the UFO hovering over a farm.
"IT'S CALLED COMMITMENT, NOT INSANITY..." Photoshop Composite Image
The third installment in a series of composites created for the Creature of the Wheel lifestyle wear brand.  Sometimes I create images like this to inject some element of humor and playfulness to the brand.  This particular composite is called "IT'S CALLED COMMITMENT, NOT INSANITY…", playing off of a professional motocross rider wearing his racing gear while doing a mundane chore at his home.

The images below show how the image was built from the main image of a man on his riding lawnmower.
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