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.
Train - Logging - The morning dump 1890 - Side by Side by Mike Savad
Train - Locomotive - Coming or Going 1898 - Side by Side by Mike Savad
Train - Locomotive - A real workhorse 1868 - Side by Side by Mike Savad
Train - Cow catching technology 1869 - Side by Side by Mike Savad
Train - Logging - The morning dump 1890 by Mike Savad
Train - Locomotive - Coming or Going 1898 by Mike Savad
Train - Locomotive - A real workhorse 1868 by Mike Savad
Train - Cow catching technology 1869 by Mike Savad
Cottage - Making a house a home by Mike Savad
Dieselpunk - The city in the sky by Mike Savad
Reading - My private spot by Mike Savad
Bird - Flamingo - Wading tables by Mike Savad
Bird - Flamingo - Wading for the train by Mike Savad
Bird - Flamingo - Wading for the concert to start by Mike Savad
Bird - Flamingo - Wading at the DMV by Mike Savad
Bird - Flamingo - Flamengo Dancer by Mike Savad
Bird - Blue Jay - Waiting for the mail by Mike Savad
Animal - The magic rabbit by Mike Savad
Fantasy - Chess is a very dangerous game by Mike Savad
Pharmacy - Sweet success 1876 - Side by Side by Mike Savad
Pharmacy - Pharmaceutical Elegance 1876 - Side by Side by Mike Savad
Pharmacy - Flavor Kings 1876 - Side by Side by Mike Savad
City - Cincinnati, OH - The Emery Arcade 1905 - Side by Side by Mike Savad
Pharmacy - Sweet success 1876 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)
August 6, 1911 Lucille ball was born, you probably don't recognize her because she had no color. Back then color wasn't real, and everyone was monochrome, it wasn't until the later 1950's when everyone became color, it was a glorious day.
Lucille Ball played the Lucy in I love Lucy, in reality she had curly bright red hair, and a handlebar mustache. But you couldn't see the mustache on TV, because they would use a white make up to hide it. She was very stubborn in cutting it off, as it was her symbol and it made her stand out. The actor that played Ricky would say it tickled when they kissed. But it didn't matter because they didn't kiss that much because in those days, no one really kissed it wasn't legal to show affection on TV.
When you think of Lucy you think of two things: Her love of stuffing chocolate in her mouth, and her fondness of collecting art.