"Flying South For the Winter" is the latest art print from the "Surreal Alberta" series, featuring the Calgary Tower with a twist on a familiar view of geese over the city.
Oct 17, 2022
Oct 6, 2022
"This Ain't My First Space Rodeo" is the latest art print from the "Surreal Alberta" series, this time taking inspiration from a vintage stampede illustration from Calgary, Alberta.
Feb 19, 2022
The "Great Calgary Invasion of 1919" is this week's made up inspiration for a B-movie that doesn't exist lol. Influenced by old movie posters, the drive-in, and a century's worth of old theatre ads that I've been browsing for the new documentary project - this campy print is the latest addition to the "Surreal Alberta" series.
Jan 19, 2022
"Sky Ranch Motel" is another digital composite and art print from the Surreal Alberta series. Once again, this modified scene was inspired by travel shoots in Banff National Park.
Jan 7, 2022
"Banff Space Port 1955" is the latest digital composite and art print from the "Surreal Alberta" series. This print was inspired by vintage travel imagery of Banff Avenue in Banff, Alberta.
Dec 25, 2021
There's just something so magical about Banff at this time of year. The winter scenes here are so dramatic ... not to mention the child dentists and glowing reindeer ... Merry Christmas!
Oct 31, 2021
I've been stalked and chased down by a driverless 1958 Plymouth Fury all week that culminated in a deadly showdown on Finlay Bridge in Medicine Hat, Alberta last night. All and all, it's been one of my more memorable Halloweens. More film edits on the @editingluke Instagram.
Oct 30, 2021
With a number of new travel shoots across Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba this autumn, I inadvertently kept spotting abandoned houses and homesteads all over the prairies. These are just a few of the "haunted" highlights found on numerous backroads across the Canadian Prairies.
Aug 14, 2021
"Sundown in Dinosaur Park" is the latest digital composite and art print from the "Surreal Alberta" series. This print was inspired by the textures of Dinosaur Provincial Park.
Aug 4, 2021
Aug 3, 2021
We were walking around Strathcona Park in Medicine Hat, Alberta this weekend and I mentioned in passing that it reminded me of a southern bayou. I could've sworn I heard a banjo and someone singing Rainbow Connection. All and all not a bad long weekend.
I think it could also have something to do with the new photo set that just went up.
Aug 1, 2021
"Writing-On-Stars" is a new art print from the "Surreal Alberta" series featuring Writing-On-Stone Provincial Park in southern Alberta. Following the aesthetic of previous releases from the collection, this latest print features another incredible cosmic sky.
Jul 27, 2021
"The Astronaut Farmer" is the latest digital art print from the "Surreal Alberta" series. This composite takes inspiration from the recent independent rocket launches and contrasts this narrative against the rural landscape of Alberta's prairies.
Jul 7, 2021
"Contacts" is a new art print from the "Surreal Alberta" series featuring UFOs above a golden canola field in rural Alberta. The inspiration behind this latest digital composite was the blooming crops at this time of year and the colourful backdrop provided for another surreal scene.
Jul 2, 2021
"Awakened" is a new art print from the "Surreal Alberta" series inspired by the Every Child Matters movement surrounding Canada Day this year. Following the continued discovery of bodies at former residential schools around the country, this digital composite is reflecting a tide change in our awareness regarding this dark history.
Jun 29, 2021
"A Prairie Renaissance" is an art print from the Surreal Alberta series that was inspired by the aesthetic of renaissance paintings. Combining elements of a modern farm scene, this digital collage pulls the drama out of an otherwise simple prairie landscape.
Jun 25, 2021
"It takes a village" is a new art print from the Surreal Alberta series taking inspiration from the Saamis Teepee in Medicine Hat, Alberta and the teepee villages of past that filled the prairies. This digital collage continues the theme of recontextualizing Alberta landmarks in surreal ways.
Jun 16, 2021
"The Launch of YYC1" is the latest release and art print from the "Surreal Alberta" series. This image was one of my earliest digital experiments for the series where I thought it would be cool to reinterpret the Calgary Tower in Calgary, Alberta as a rocket blasting off into space.
Jun 15, 2021
"Interstellar Badlands II" is a new release and art print from the "Surreal Alberta" series I've been creating. As a continued cosmic variation on the badlands landscape, this latest digital creation takes inspiration from a shoot in Dinosaur Provincial Park.
Jun 11, 2021
After a year of the "Hometown Series" and now the newly launched "Surreal Alberta" - a lot of my time has been dedicated to prints and limited-run flash sales to make up for restricted travel shoots and limited productions. However, despite new launches, like the latest flash sale that just went up today, there are some big changes on the horizon.One of the most frequent questions I've received over the last few months is whether the print sales will continue as things reopen. While print sales will always have a place in the business - and are probably what Editing Luke has been best known for this year - as other projects return the emphasis on new weekly prints and flash sales will diminish.
The biggest shift is going to be that framed print options may no longer be available come this fall. Keeping large amounts of stock has made sense under these unique conditions, but the constant supply runs, deliveries, trips to the post office, etc. simply won't be possible with a return to the large scale media projects I was doing before the pandemic hit.
In short, this summer I'm planning on doing one more major push to release lots of new material to keep up the momentum - but if you've been on the fence about ordering an Editing Luke print, this is my heads up that the window is closing to get something from any of these collections released during the lockdowns of 2020 and 2021.Maybe have a little browse here. And as always, thank you so much to everyone who has kept the business thriving during these challenging times and for helping to fuel the creation of more local, independent, and Alberta based content than I've produced in years. Thank you!