Welcome to my gallery, you'll find a wide selection of imagery. My work focuses on professions, trades and other interests, all with a vintage feel, I'm confident you'll find something that you'll love. It will look great in your home and office, it also makes a great gift!
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.
Artwork by Mike Savad
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.
Air - Pilot - You got props by Mike Savad
Machinist - A fully functioning machine shop by Mike Savad
Pharmacist - Mortar and Pestle by Mike Savad
Steampunk - Abstract - Time is complicated by Mike Savad
Machinist - Machine Shop Circa 1900's by Mike Savad
Air - The Cockpit by Mike Savad
Fireman - Red Hot by Mike Savad
Apothecary - Remedies for the Fits by Mike Savad
Plane - A little rough around the edges by Mike Savad
Steampunk - Diving - The diving helmet by Mike Savad
City - Amsterdam NY - Call 666 for Taxi 1941 by Mike Savad
Pharmacy - So many drawers and bottles by Mike Savad
Steampunk - Gears - Inner Workings by Mike Savad
Pharmacy - The Chemist Shop by Mike Savad
Steampunk - The tale of the Kraken by Mike Savad
Fireman - Truck - Waiting for a call by Mike Savad
Pilot - Plane - Engines at the ready by Mike Savad
Air - Pilot - Ready for take off by Mike Savad
Pharmacy - Pharma-palooza by Mike Savad
Pharmacist - Various Potions by Mike Savad
Steampunk - Plumbing - Gauging success by Mike Savad
Steampunk - Blimp - Airship Maximus by Mike Savad
Train - Engine - Now boarding by Mike Savad
Plane - Hey fly boy by Mike Savad
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About Mike Savad
My name is Mike Savad, I create one of a kind images. Photo realistic, is what people think of first. I specialize in job themes, such as Pharmacist, Doctor, Firemen, Lawyer, etc. Steampunk is another favorite. I'm certain you will find something that you will like. My art is inspired by Norman Rockwell and Paintings from the time of the Renaissance.
Be sure to visit my Scene in Color section. I expertly restore and colorize black and white images. See the past come alive with color. Each image is painstakingly cleaned and repaired, colors are researched and shaded in. Images are designed to coordinate with the rest of my collection. The past was far more colorful than you would have imagined.
Want something fun to do? Sometimes I hide my face in various forms in my work, if you type in SELF as a keyword, some are tricky to find due to how the site is set up, but I try to hide myself into some of my work where appropriate. And if you type in NAME, you will find the name SAVAD in different spots.
(Fun fact, I change my avatar monthly to a fun theme)
June is national accordion month, though some celebrate in May. The accordion (also called the "concertina"), is used primarily used to play polka, unless you are Weird Al, in which you use it to make fun of other kinds of music.
There is argument to which country invented it, it could be Austria or Berlin, fighting it out each one saying, no you invented it, no you did, no one wants credit or wants to admit they were the ones who made it.
They come in all different sizes but make the same weird sound, sort like a harmonica stuck in a vacuum cleaner. This instrument is often used in cartoons when a cat or other animal is squashed flat, as it walks away, it makes an accordion sound.
How do you celebrate?
Simple, you get an accordion, you don't have to know how to play it, and then go into town and whenever someone walks buy you make that noise, they will love it. And if you do know how to play it, get a monkey, they are needed to keep people entertained.
But what if you don't want to play? Simple, buy art from me, as it supports the arts.