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"Art is not what you see, but what you make others see." - Edgar Degas

This is where you can see what I see, and what I create in my life.

Second life of old photos. Old photos restoration.

Which one of us doesn’t have old photographs?
Sorted into grandmother’s album, stored in the attic or basement. They bring back old memories, have their own vinage character and are mostly in a not very good technical condition. Graphic software such as photoshop or gimp can help us.

With the help of the tools available there, we can give old photos a new life.
Remove scratches, recreate blurred elements, restore shine to faces, clean up breakdowns or water-damaged parts of photos.

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Senta- old typewriter. Unique and beautiful and of course reliable.

The Senta is a great looking portable typewriter made by sewing machine manufacturer Frister & Rossman (F & R). Frister & Rossmann was founded in 1864 in Berlin by Gustav Rossmann and Robert Frister.

With our Senta typewriter we have created a product whose mechanism has been amazingly simplified without compromising performance and durability.

We have also succeeded in significantly reducing the weight of the Senta typewriter, while ensuring its durability to the fullest degree through suitable arrangement. Our Senta weighs only 4.25 kg. No wonder that attempts to imitate it are on the increase.

The handling of our Senta typewriter is just as easy and simple as with other standard systems. To highlight just a few of the benefits of the Senta: The carriage runs exclusively on balls and precisely ground rollers and therefore moves effortlessly along its path. The consequence of this is:

  • lower spring tension,
  • great protection of the moving parts,
  • effortless handling.

The trolley is also equipped with all the other facilities necessary to meet all the requirements of a perfect typewriter.

Senta Frister & Rossmann
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Lobster & Co. New scrapbooking kit and freebie.

Lobster and Company is group   of  animorphs who are just waiting for you. Designed with love and passion to give you some funny elements for scrapbooking pages, art journals or just to look good in the next folder on your computer. I hope you can find some job for that wonderful company 😉 Whatever you create with it it will sure be fabulous…well and if not-   then at least bizarre like the entire collection Altered Realities.

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Men cabinet photos stock.

Men are like wine – some turn to vinegar, but the best improve with age.

Pope John XXIII

 

This collection contain 5  cabinet stock photos. I scanned some of my cabinet photos and wanted to share with you.

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Antique Books Covers- Stock Photos

“Don’t judge a book by its cover”

George Eliot
I want to share those wonderful stock images with you. I scanned some old books.

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Vintage kitchen Vectors.

Collection of vintage kitchen equipment. I share it for free. I scanned all kitchen book from my grandmother.

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Grateful Days – Native American Scrapbooking kit.

This set contains ready to use  67 elements and characters. Wonderful Native Americans, dreamful feathers, many wild animals like: bears, dear, wolves, eagle and buffalo, word arts and some Native’s Americans equipment: tipi tent, bow, Tomahawk, dream catcher… 

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Old steam engines stock images.

Horses and mules, and even sail cars, made more rapid progress than did the earliest locomotive.

John Moody
This collection contain 9 old engines stock photos. I made those photos visiting  museum of  antique Steam Engines in Poland Tarnowskie Gory. If you ever visit Poland you should definitely visit Tarnowskie Gory.

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Polish autumn – stock images

Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower.

Elizabeth Bowen
A Philosopher
I remember those wonderful autumn days in Poland. I found some great photos that I want to share with you. You can download it for free.

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Wizzard of OZ scrapbooking kit.

“There is no place like home.”

L. Frank Baum, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz

 

This pack contains wonderful 91 elements, 17 scene and 17 pattern papers and of course characters. to work with.

 

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