“http://www.infinitee-designs.com/ - New York raised and self taught artist Ralph Manis brings his vision of infinity down to earth by incorporating photo realism into his work. Photo realism is an obsession Ralph has had for as long as he can remember. As a young boy Ralph was heavily influenced by comic books, rock and roll, and the masters like Michelangelo and DaVinci, as well as the pre-Raphaelites, and the Art Nouveau masters. Now Ralph creates photo realistic 3D computer sci-fi and fantasy worlds using Alias Maya, Bryce 3D, Poser and Photoshop. He also runs a one man Web design company: Infinitee Web Solutions creating sites for artists, musicians and business.
Based on his years of experience, Ralph has developed a full line of fine art prints on fine paper and T-shirts. Each print is airbrushed with vibrant colors to create a unique and original style. "A fantastic array of art, space, and color, detailed and intricate, yet balanced", the way only the artist himself could do it. Custom graphics are his specialty.
West coast concert promoter Bill Graham once said of Infinitee Designs by Ralph Hawke Manis "I've never seen anything quite like them. They're truly amazing" After viewing one of Ralph's tie dyed T's the Grateful Dead's Jerry Garcia said "Wow! What is that". Dead heads and Rockers from San Francisco's Haight Ashbury to The West Village in NYC "Infinitee Designs T-shirts Rule". Shakedown Street lives on... Ralph Manis' Alias Maya, Bryce 3D, and Photoshop digital computer graphic artwork is heavily influenced by music from the 60's, 70's, 80's and 90's. Rock legends like Jimi Hendrix, Jim Morrison, John Lennon, Bob Marley, Janis Joplin and well, you get the picture. As you view the images in this site you will come to see this influence quite clearly.”