Monday, November 4, 2013

TCA Travel Prints

It is hard to believe November is here and moving sooo fast. I'm still trying to catch up to October! Thanks to all of your great comments on the CTN post below. Please feel free to keep putting your thoughts there. It is so great to see so many different questions. Thanks a ton for your help!

Well, I've got some great news that I'll be posting later this week. For now, here is brand-new series of prints I'll be selling at CTN.









8 comments:

Chris Cormier said...

These are gorgeous, Ty. I especially like the Empire State piece. Great work!

Jeca Martinez said...

these are so beautiful!!!

KevinScarborough said...

oh man...these are beautiful! Looking forward to bringing one back to NY after CTN!!

Lorraine Alvarez Posen said...

These are lovely!

Egypt said...

thank you

Samantha Weitzel said...

The first 'New York Poster' is really breathtaking! I love how you used such a limited yellow palette and colored the tower blue. The composition is interesting too. Cool stuff.

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