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Abstract Tank Top featuring the photograph Blacksmith Blues by Lauren Leigh Hunter Fine Art Photography

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Blacksmith Blues Tank Top

Lauren Leigh Hunter Fine Art Photography

by Lauren Leigh Hunter Fine Art Photography

Regular Price: $32.00

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Product Details

Our 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

Photograph 2012 - Montana

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1 - 2 business days

Additional Products

Blacksmith Blues Photograph by Lauren Leigh Hunter Fine Art Photography


Blacksmith Blues Canvas Print

Canvas Print

Blacksmith Blues Framed Print

Framed Print

Blacksmith Blues Art Print

Art Print

Blacksmith Blues Poster


Blacksmith Blues Metal Print

Metal Print

Blacksmith Blues Acrylic Print

Acrylic Print

Blacksmith Blues Wood Print

Wood Print

Blacksmith Blues Greeting Card

Greeting Card

Blacksmith Blues iPhone Case

iPhone Case

Blacksmith Blues Throw Pillow

Throw Pillow

Blacksmith Blues Duvet Cover

Duvet Cover

Blacksmith Blues Shower Curtain

Shower Curtain

Blacksmith Blues Tote Bag

Tote Bag

Blacksmith Blues Round Beach Towel

Round Beach Towel

Blacksmith Blues Carry-all Pouch

Carry-all Pouch

Blacksmith Blues Beach Towel

Beach Towel

Blacksmith Blues Weekender Tote Bag

Weekender Tote Bag

Blacksmith Blues Portable Battery Charger

Portable Battery Charger

Blacksmith Blues Bath Towel

Bath Towel

Blacksmith Blues T-Shirt


Blacksmith Blues Coffee Mug

Coffee Mug

Blacksmith Blues Yoga Mat

Yoga Mat

Blacksmith Blues Spiral Notebook

Spiral Notebook

Blacksmith Blues Fleece Blanket

Fleece Blanket

Blacksmith Blues Tapestry


Blacksmith Blues Face Mask

Face Mask

Blacksmith Blues Jigsaw Puzzle

Jigsaw Puzzle

Tank Top Tags

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Photograph Tags

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Comments (25)

Francis Riley

Francis Riley

Way cool image Lauren! fav

Thanks so much Francis!!!

Jk Images

Jk Images

Awesome image, Lauren! I work with my hands (car builder) everyday and find it is an art form like no other. Big V:)

Thank you JK...Interesting! I love to photograph derelict machinery and oddball contraptions,,, I have an entire gallery devoted to "The Art of the Machine" - a photo you might get a kick out of is called "Contraption" - for me, it's the grandaddy of oddball things!

Glenn McCarthy Art and Photography

Glenn McCarthy Art and Photography

Nice work Lauren! v21

Thanks Glenn!!!

Patrice Zinck

Patrice Zinck

Lauren: Congratulations on being artist of the week! Great capture and unique piece. f/v

Thank you so much Patrice!!!

Michael Friedman

Michael Friedman

Fantastic work!

Thank you Michael!!!

Howard Dratch

Howard Dratch

Well seen. Colors pop around the neutral but fascinating central object with its' complex shapes. Any ideas what it is?

Thank you Howard!!! I think those are anvil heads... for making horseshoes. I took the picture at a horse farm, so I'm pretty sure that everything is related to horseshoeing.

Mary Beth Landis

Mary Beth Landis

Lauren, Love the still life! Do you usually set up the objects or discover the image? Either way - great composition! Mary Beth

Thank you Mary Beth!!! I actually walked in on this scene... I had to shoot it from a distance in low light, so was lucky to be able to retrieve such a good shot!

Penny Meyers

Penny Meyers

Terrific image, Lauren! Congratulations in being chosen as Artist of the Week in the Manufactured Objects group! V

Thank you Penny!!! Appreciate your comments!!!

Lena Wilhite

Lena Wilhite

What a cool image. Very educational as well.I love tools and like to think about all the use they have had over the years.

Thank you Lena... I like tools too! Find them fascinating to photograph!!!

Aimee L Maher

Aimee L Maher

Fantastic image!!!

Thank you Aimee!!!

Newel Hunter

Newel Hunter

Congratulations, Lauren. You're the one!

Love you Mr. Hunter!!!

Carol Groenen

Carol Groenen

Lovely warm tones! Congratulations on being the Artist of the Week in the Manufactured Objects Group! :)

Thank you Carol - nice surprise!!!

Norma Brock

Norma Brock

Fantastic composition! Great image!

Thank you Norma!!!

Deborah Smith

Deborah Smith

Love all the colors and textures! V/f

Thanks so much Deborah!!!

Andrew Govan Dantzler

Andrew Govan Dantzler

Very clever and interesting choice for an abstract capture. Congratulations on your win in Manufactured Objects Group: New Weekly Promotion Thread! F V T & G+ ... Elaine

Thank you Elaine - appreciate your kind words!!!

Sue Smith

Sue Smith

Congratulations on being Artist of the Week, Lauren! Love your title and image! v

Thanks so much Sue!!!

Patricia Januszkiewicz

Patricia Januszkiewicz

Lauren, congratulations on being the Artist of the Week in the Manufactured Objects Group .... patricia

I'm wowed!!! Thank you!!! Also want to thank you for doing such a great job as administrator of the group - really appreciate your time, efforts and eye!!!

Patricia Januszkiewicz

Patricia Januszkiewicz

Lauren, a favorite and voted .... patricia

Thank you so much Patrica!!!

Pamela  Meredith

Pamela Meredith

congratulations lovely Lauren voted

What a sweet thing to say... thank you Pamela!!!

Newel Hunter

Newel Hunter

Congrats, Lauren! Well deserved win. Beautiful shot.

EricaMaxine  Price

EricaMaxine Price

Congrats on your win!! Wonderful picture!

Thank you EricaMaxine!!!

Artist's Description

Photograph 2012 - Montana Steampunk Contest - First Place

About Lauren Leigh Hunter Fine Art Photography

Lauren Leigh Hunter Fine Art Photography

My world through the lens is focused on that random, infinite, changeable interface between nature and man. It draws me into a world of abstracts. It allows me to be “painterly” with what I see and alter my reality if I choose. My “If Walls Could Talk” collection showcases the many designs nature creates with time, neglect and man's artful hand when buildings become obsolete. Graffiti and the ensuing paint overs contribute to the archaeology of the day, while water creates incredible stains that add cathedral-like qualities to a soaring ceiling. Wallpaper and fabric exhibit layers of personal history, uncovering a time capsule of life. Living in an environment that embraces the sea, it's a natural transition to capture boats...