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 Portable Battery Charger featuring the painting Prodigy by James Lanigan Thompson MFA

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Prodigy Portable Battery Charger

James Lanigan Thompson MFA

by James Lanigan Thompson MFA


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You'll never run out of power again!   If the battery on your smartphone or tablet is running low... no problem.   Just plug your device into the USB port on the top of this portable battery charger, and then continue to use your device while it gets recharged.

With a recharge capacity of 5200 mAh, this charger will give you 1.5 full recharges of your smartphone or recharge your tablet to 50% capacity.

When the battery charger runs out of power, just plug it into the wall using the supplied cable (included), and it will recharge itself for your next use.

Design Details

When I left IBM to become a QA Tester at Prodigy Internet. I was inspired to create a memory of this fabulous early internet company's premium... more


1.80" W x 3.875" H x 0.90" D

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Comments (20)

Brian Tada

Brian Tada

Awesome 3D artwork, James ~ beautifully arranged colors and components. Magnificent! F/L

Allen Beatty

Allen Beatty

L/F tweet

Trudee Hunter

Trudee Hunter

A fascinating composition James. Very unique. L

Large piece collected, assembled, rendered in acrylics while employed at Prodigy Internet startup. Stored in New York and available for sale to you half price.

Kristin Brown

Kristin Brown

Interesting colors and patterns in this composition!

Barbie Corbett-Newmin

Barbie Corbett-Newmin

Revisiting to second Connie's comments!

Connie Handscomb

Connie Handscomb

Stunning! a compartmentalization of the modern hieroglyphics of our digital age; the labyrinth & mazes we have created for our electronic brains are here in an amazing Time Capsule artwork .. compelling, intriguing & ultimately satisfying. This is in an elite category all its own :))

Thank you Connie

Alberto RuiZ

Alberto RuiZ


Thank you, Alberto!

Bunny Clarke

Bunny Clarke

Brilliant creation and work.

Thank you, Bunny !

Deyanira Harris

Deyanira Harris

Beautiful James!! lfv

Thank you, Deyanira ♥

Stephen  Killeen

Stephen Killeen

Fantastic work James... love the arrangement of the design and tones. very interesting to look at and great feel and mood. I liked reading the description as well... takes me back to the 1990s and early days of the Internet along with the later days of BBSes/modems. ;)) L/F!

Thank you, Stephen!

Catherine Sherman

Catherine Sherman

This is spectacular, James. It has a vintage feel, yet also modern. I love the colors, and of course the composition is perfect! L/F

Belinda Low

Belinda Low

I got the retro feel - this looks a bit like turntables where vinyls were spun and good ol' songs heard...V creative indeed! Great work, James! F/V

Synthesised subconscious designs in manufacturing during the early digital age. Highlighting the awareness of archetypal forms mankind continues to use since the stone age. Colorations are reintroduced gilded age via modern plastic acrylics. The underlying theme is modern plastics are both destroying our environs and beautifying it. It only depends on how you view this new material.

Nancy Kane Chapman

Nancy Kane Chapman

The feeling is other worldly....the colors so beautiful we couldn't conceive that they are not just design but are parts which function. Very nice indeed! F/L++

They did function once. Carefully designed to house intricate electronic parts that produced premium internet experiences. In effect they where the skins (masks) of the digital age. A series I started in 1980.

Donna Kennedy

Donna Kennedy

Outstanding artwork James, love the shapes and colors!...F/L

Thank you Donna !!!

Barbie Corbett-Newmin

Barbie Corbett-Newmin

I love the colors and visual interest in this a-maze-ing techno-retro work.

Thanks Barbie!!! Painted in the mid-90s while testing new software at Prodigy Internet. Completely restored to new condition August 2015. Cherry wood box frame added.

Joel Bruce Wallach

Joel Bruce Wallach

This wonderful work neatly fuses the look of futuristic technology with the feel of ancient archetypal symbols, James!

Oh Joel! your such a charming poetic soul. I would sell it to you for half price you sweet man.

Claudia Mottram

Claudia Mottram

Beautiful work, James! fv :)

Thanks Claudia !!!

Bobbie Barth

Bobbie Barth

What a fantastic memory you created. Love the 3-D feel of the piece and all the fun looking swirly patterns.

Bobbie thanks sooo much - art is a great way to keep memories !!!

Val Arie

Val Arie

James I love this piece! It is beautiful and mesmerizing...oh how I would love to see it in person!

If your in the Pearl River neighborhood from beautiful Lambertville be my guest. Thanks Val !!!

Bob VonDrachek

Bob VonDrachek

This is wonderful James. I noticed it going by in thumbnail size and decided to look closer then just got lost wondering around all of the wonderful detail with the repeating patterns and all the colors that work so well together...I love this piece!

Thank you soooo much!!! Bob

Artist's Description

When I left IBM to become a QA Tester at Prodigy Internet. I was inspired to create a memory of this fabulous early internet company's premium offerings. This piece is a combine of found digital components packaging in the early setup of the company. White Plains, New York 1995 ( artwork completed and signed in the year 2000) on front and rear.

About James Lanigan Thompson MFA

James Lanigan Thompson MFA

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