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Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
bleebadeeba by Steven Scanlon
lubbadubba by Steven Scanlon
zeenkafleena by Steven Scanlon
In Suspense by Steven Scanlon
preee by Steven Scanlon
skeert philosophy by Steven Scanlon
grey stone skulls by Steven Scanlon
green on pink by Steven Scanlon
black on white by Steven Scanlon
white on black by Steven Scanlon
spinning red skulls by Steven Scanlon
safe by Steven Scanlon
suupro by Steven Scanlon
that thing with the beat by Steven Scanlon
red candy skulls by Steven Scanlon
krikey by Steven Scanlon
kiddy litter by Steven Scanlon
jaffrajallalla by Steven Scanlon
hangual by Steven Scanlon
kolorskullz by Steven Scanlon
this is how it feels by Steven Scanlon
Amos Quito with text by Steven Scanlon
Amos Quito by Steven Scanlon
Tropel Green by Steven Scanlon
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About Steven Scanlon
Steve Scanlon is a life-long photographer, having been mentored primarily by his mother, News Photographer for The Boston Record American (now The Boston Herald), and his camera-enthusiast father, with encouragement from his photo-journalist brother, Charles. Steve holds a Bachelor of Arts in both Fine Arts - Art History and Music Performance - Piano, and works as a freelance graphic designer. He is married to author and artist Helen Scanlon, also featured on pixels.com.
"Scanlon's abstract works are a very cool twist on retro psychedelic posters and album covers. Of course the viewer wonders how they were done, adding the extra curiosity factor. At turns mesmerizing, humorous, and even demented, these are works for "mature" hipsters who want to retain the youthful rock and roll vibe but ditch the crumby posters. If I saw one of Scanlon's works hanging in a home, I'd smile instantly at the shared reference to a happy past of a sitting on shag rugs and spinning vinyl.
Scanlon's landscapes offer an enticingly naughty perspective upon mundane subjects. His snake portrait is surprisingly sssssexy, a moist bud is begging you to suck it like a lollipop, and a simple, shadowy shed turns into an ominous den of...?
I know Scanlon personally and am happy to see his characteristic sideways wink and engagement with the spooky, seductive, sordid underworld translate into his photography."
"I love my new phone case!" ---Penny
"Those are wonderful. The deer can be used for my glasses, phone, etc. It is so sweet, I can hardly wait to show it off. The juniper pillow is perfect for the couch." ---Pat, about her Young Beauty carry-all pouch and Juniper pillow.