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My best deal to date

November 23rd, 2018

My best deal to date

Yesterday I created this blog post to inform you about several important discounts for these days: http://eduardojoseaccorinti.com/blogs/free-shipping-and-several-discounts-for-november-and-december.html

Today and for the next three days, you get the best deal I´ve created to date by far: To complement the free shipping on U.S. orders, I´m offering three of my best images as big stretched canvas prints (40"x50" and 50"x40") at only $175 each. If you are on the U.S., this is the final price, and that´s just amazing. Actually no, it´s not the final price, because you can subscribe to my newsletter for an additional $20 discount. So you can get any of these images at $155.

I think you´ll like the images I´ve picked for you. I won´t spoil the surprise, see for yourself by following the links:




Remember: The offer for these canvas prints applies to any destination in the world and ends on November 28, but the free shipping is for U.S. only and ends on November 26.

I hope you love this deal and the images. If you ask me, I love the black and white landscape, it´s one of my favorites!

To see the calendar for the other upcoming promotions, visit my previous blog post: http://eduardojoseaccorinti.com/blogs/free-shipping-and-several-discounts-for-november-and-december.html

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Thank you for reading, and have a blessed weekend,

Free shipping and several discounts for November and December

November 23rd, 2018

Free shipping and several discounts for November and December

Hello there! I want you to know that there will be several discounts running on my products for the next days of November and December! Please take a look at the promotional calendar, below:

November 22nd - November 26th
Free Ground Shipping on All U.S. Orders

November 29th
25% Off Tote Bags, Weekender Tote Bags, and Zip Pouches

December 3rd
25% Off Wall Art (Canvas Prints, Framed Prints, Posters, Wood Prints, Metal Prints, Acrylic Prints, and Tapestries)

December 5th
25% Off Home Decor (Throw Pillows, Duvet Covers, Shower Curtains, Bath Towels, Coffee Mugs, and Fleece Blankets)

December 7th
25% Off Phone Cases

All the promotions begin at 12:00 AM Eastern U.S. time on the listed start date and end at 11:59 PM Eastern U.S. time on the end date. If only one date is listed, then the promotion starts and ends on the same day.

Visit my store to take advantage of these deals and find your perfect gift. Link: www.eduardojoseaccorinti.com

Also don´t forget that you can subscribe to my newsletter for an extra $20 discount! Subscribe here: http://eduardojoseaccorinti.com/subscribewebsiteemaillist.html

Thank you so much for reading!

Happy shopping and a blessed week,

Amazing skies reunited in one collection

November 1st, 2018

Amazing skies reunited in one collection

Amazing Skies collection by Eduardo J. Accorinti

If you took a look at my images, you probably noticed that I usually try to incorporate skies in them as much as I can. My photography relies a lot on skies, and that is mainly because they are part of me, of what I am.

Skies tell me about so many things. There is just one sky, but at the same time so many different ones. They tell me about drama, magic, happiness, hope and dreams, to say just a couple of things. They are able to boost the good feelings and emotions of a particular moment.

When I'm in front of an amazing sky, I feel like I want to touch the clouds, to become one with them and watch everything from above.

Plus I have something else with the skies, specially with the ones that are part of a landscape scene. Landscapes and gorgeous skies together bring memories of past moments back to my mind. Memories that have nothing to do with the landscapes themselves except for one thing: they are magical in some way. So skies are also nostalgic for me. And as I said, they make me think about hope too. I feel so good when I´m in front of such scenes, that I can´t avoid to relive moments in which I felt that good, or to think about a future that can make me feel that way too.

So we could say everything revolves around an element: magic. The magic of the places we visit, the moments we live, the people we meet. All that magic is connected.

These are some of the reasons why skies are so important for my photography. Hopefully what you just read makes any sense and you can relate with it to some extent.

For the same reasons, I created this collection, which includes all of my images showcasing amazing skies, no matter the location, no matter the situation. I thought it was a good idea since skies are that meaningful for me. Feel free to take a look at them! And remember that they are available as prints to bring some magic to your rooms.

I hope you enjoyed this entry! Don´t forget to leave your comments below, I would like to know your opinions and thoughts. Do you love the sky too? How does it make you feel? What does it mean for you, and if you´re an artist, for your artworks? Whether you want to answer one of these questions or tell me anything else, whatever it is, I´m looking forward to reading your comments.

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Thank you for reading!

Have a great day,

Wall tapestries, now available for your rooms

October 31st, 2018

Wall tapestries, now available for your rooms

Wall tapestries for your rooms by Eduardo J. Accorinti

Link: http://eduardojoseaccorinti.com/collections/all+my+images/tapestries

I'm glad to announce that my images are now available as wall tapestries for your home or office decoration! These are some big news. These tapestries are a unique and beautiful way to give your walls a touch of magic. And a huge plus: they are also very affordable, even in big sizes!

Feel free to browse my collection of wall tapestries! Remember that you can always customize them to suit your needs, as with my other products. They are available in three different sizes, and you can change the position and size of the image to adapt your tapestry, as well as its background color (if applicable).

I really like this new addition, I´m loving the tapestries. Even though their proportions are not the same as those of my original images (which in most cases happens with all my other products except for prints anyway), they still look gorgeous. When I activated them for sale, I adapted my images to their proportions, but again, you can customize yours as you please. Feel free to browse my images and choose the perfect scene for your home or office decoration.

Remember that these products (any product, actually) can be even more affordable by subscribing to my newsletter, since that way you´ll get a $20 discount code to use in your purchase, in addition to receiving my latest promotions and updates in your inbox. Fear not, I won´t spam, you can be sure.

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Do you like this new addition? Please leave your comments below.

Thank you for reading, and have a great day,

Things to do and places to go when visiting Venice, the fragment of a dream

October 30th, 2018

Things to do and places to go when visiting Venice, the fragment of a dream

Venice is a beautiful place that I truly loved visiting. It´s one of those corners on earth where time seems to be frozen, and if that by itself is already magical, just imagine it combined with italian architecture and canals all around, being them the main roads of the city. Voila, dreams in the air. If you are like me and would happily grab a time machine to travel to the past, plus you want an extra touch of magic and romance for your journey, Venice is the perfect place to go. I´ve been there for two days only, but that was more than enough to fall in love with the city. I had fallen in love with it before actually going anyway. I knew beforehand I was going to love it.

Keep in mind this is not an extensive guide or anything like that, just a couple of tips on where to go and what to see, specially if you have a tight schedule. Also note that I´m not a native speaker so I can make some mistakes, and if by any chance you want to tell me about any mistakes I make here, I don´t have any problems with that. Actually, I encourage you to do that in comments, since that would be very useful to me.

Gondola ride
This was the very first thing to do in Venice for me. If you want to experience that venetian mood on its best, you really need to take a gondola ride here. The gondolier will happily take you through the narrow Canals of the city while you´re surrounded by the picturesque old buildings. Tall walls full of memories. At some points, it will be only you, hearing the sound of the water and breathing the stories in the air. And if you can take this ride at night, I bet it must be absolutely magical. I haven´t done it at night, but I can get the idea, since I´ve seen people doing it, navigating through desert Canals illuminated by a couple of old lamps, enjoying the mood. If I ever go back (and I hope I do), I´ll definitely do this at night.

Rialto bridge and Grand Canal
The Rialto is the most famous bridge of the city, the oldest of the four that are on the Grand Canal. Beautiful and absolutely worth seeing, plus from there you will get some of the most iconic views of the Grand Canal while you admire the buildings that surround it and watch the water traffic: boats, vaporettos, water taxis, gondolas and so on. Plus, you´ll get some amazing shots from there!

Ponte dell'Accademia
Another one of the most famous bridges in the city. You´ll get amazing and, again, iconic views from it, and you´ll be able to see Santa Maria della Salute, a famous, picturesque Roman Catholic church. If you visit this bridge at sunset, you´ll definitely find yourself in front of an amazing scene, and you will have quite a chance to get some extraordinary shots with your camera or mobile pone.

Piazza San Marco (St Mark's Square)
The main public square of Venice. Here you´ll find the famous St Mark's Basilica, a majestic piece of architecture that is worth admiring and where you can enter if you want. Next to it is the bell tower, and I definitely recommend you to get inside it and go up on the elevator. From there you´ll get amazing aerial views of the whole city. But be prepared, since you can find yourself in the middle of a group of giant bells ringing right on your ear. And believe me, it´s a little bit loud! A great experience, if you ask me. Specially when you don´t expect it, and I didn´t. I hope you don´t mind the spoiler!

San Giorgio Maggiore church
I haven´t had the time to go inside this renaissance church, one of the most famous in the city, if not the most. But even if you can´t get inside for whatever the reason, you definitely need to admire with your own eyes that iconic view from the docks of the city, with gondolas in the foreground and this church in the distance. And it´s pretty sure you´ll do it because that is a view right from the docks of St Mark´s Square, next to the Basilica and the bell tower.

Burano and Murano
You definitely want to visit these two magical islands if you go to Venice. You can take the vaporetto from Fondamenta Nuove or San Zaccaria in Venice, and you will be in Murano in around 30 minutes. Burano is just a couple of minutes from there. It is a very enjoyable experience with many scenic views. In Murano, you can visit the Glass Factories around the city, and you should do it by all means, because you can´t go there and not see the masters of the glass doing their art. It´s an amazing spectacle, and if you don´t believe it, just watch some videos on the internet. To me, it´s absolutely amazing. Of course the journey doesn´t end there, as both islands are beautiful and pretty similar to Venice, but different at the same time. I can´t say too much about Murano because I haven´t had the chance to go and just seen it from the vaporetto on my way to Burano, as well as in many photographs, but if I ever go back to Venice, I´ll visit Murano for sure. Regarding Burano, this island is known by its colorful buildings that you will see all over the place. The same magic you´ll find in Venice is here too. The picturesque houses with hanging clothes, connected by Canals and bridges, are a delight for the eyes. The main difference is that the constructions are more modern and that the island is a festival of colors, and vivid colors. The buildings are blue, red, orange, pink, green, and if that alone doesn´t seem to be good enough for you to visit the island, believe me, it is. If you aren´t sure just yet, hopefully I can make you change your mind with my images. I invite you to take a look at my gallery of Burano to see what I´m talking about

Go for a walk at night
The romance of Venice is multiplied at night. It´s just another thing. Everything gets powered. The magic, the nostalgic feeling in the air, the feeling that you have traveled in time for real. It´s just something that you don´t want to miss.

Get lost in the city
I think that this is one of the most important tips to consider when visiting Venice. And it´s the easiest to forget too, especially nowadays. If it was common to take a map before, now it´s even more common thanks to the facilities offered by our mobile phones. But when you are in Venice, take a moment to save your map in your pockets at some point, and just walk. Walk around, take the path that seems more picturesque, the alley that seems more mysterious, the one with dozens of hanging clothes, the narrowest street, the oldest bridge, come back a few steps if you find a dead end, walk until you have completely lost every single trace of notion of where you are, of time and place, and then keep walking. Then, after a while, you want to make sure you have the map you had saved in your pocket!

If you´re not sure about visiting Venice, I invite you to take a look at my gallery. As I said, hopefully I can make you change your mind with my images. When I created them, I did my best to convey what I felt when I was there. I try to make them fragments of magic and dreams, pieces of romance and nostalgia, more than just images. And if you want to have one of those images, they are available for you as prints, framed or not, with multiple options of frames and materials. They are also available to be printed on several home decor and general use items such as coffee mugs, spiral notebooks, phone cases, shower curtains, throw pillows and many more. Plus you´ll get a $20 discount code if you subscribe to my newsletter. You can unsubscribe at any time, and you don´t need to worry, you´ll only receive e-mails when I have something important to share.

I like to think that I offer not just images, but as I said, fragments of dreams and magic. So what you can have hanging on your wall or lying on your coach is exactly that, a fragment of a dream. Hopefully you like my images as much as I enjoy creating them. You are welcome to tell me what you think about this post, about my images or about anything you want in comments. You can do so in the box below.

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Landscape print showcasing patagonian raspberry farmlands in Argentina

October 30th, 2018

Landscape print showcasing patagonian raspberry farmlands in Argentina

Landscape print - Patagonian Farmlands by Eduardo Accorinti

Link: http://eduardojoseaccorinti.com/featured/patagonian-farmlands-eduardo-jose-accorinti.html?product=art-print

I love landscapes. They're not something I can have in front of my camera everyday. As you can see on my images, I have mostly visited urban places until now, which I love too of course. But with landscapes, it's different. For some reason, despite them being beautiful and magical by themselves, they make me relive good moments of my life, moments that have nothing to do with landscapes, so they are kind of nostalgic for me. They also tell me about hope and happiness, drama and dreams. I guess it must be a conjunction of many things that come into play. Every single element in a landscape plays its role here. The elements, the colors, the sky, they shape the mood that will lead our souls to the final feelings.

This is an image taken in El Bolsón, a Picturesque city in the province of Río Negro, Argentina. It's part of the region called patagonia, which is a land of beautiful landscapes, mainly green, with mountains, lakes, forests and rivers.

A city that is often visited by tourists is San Carlos de Bariloche (most known as simply Bariloche), from where they head to other beautiful nearby places through daily excursions / trips.

El Bolsón is one of those places. It is a small city surrounded by mountains. There you can visit the local fairs and church, as well as the Farmlands you see in this image, which are a bit away from the city (just a bit) and are part of a jam factory that is right next to them. The factory is usually visited by tourists, who can take free samples of LOTS of different jams and buy the ones they like. If they want, of course!

There is also a beer factory a couple of meters away from there that you can visit and where you´ll get some background on the factory's history.

You can see the sign with the word "frambuesa" in this image, which is the Spanish word for raspberry. The lines of the Farmlands lead us to the majestic landscape in the distance. A beautiful sky accompanies the scene.

I hope you love this image as I loved being in front of this scene and capturing it with my camera. Remember that if you want to receive my latest updates and promotions, you can subscribe to my newsletter. No spam, and you can unsubscribe at any time.

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Thank you for reading, and have a good Tuesday,