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Auto Parts Portable Battery Charger featuring the photograph Auto-Parts Store, 1972 by Jeremy Butler

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Auto-Parts Store, 1972 Portable Battery Charger

Jeremy Butler

by Jeremy Butler


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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

Three guys discuss auto parts in the auto chemicals aisle of an auto-parts store.... more


1.80" W x 3.875" H x 0.90" D

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1 - 2 business days

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Comments (1)

Jan Mulherin

Jan Mulherin

Congratulations!! This stunning Black and White image has been selected to be featured for the week in the "Creative Black and White Fine Art Photographs" Group’s Home Page!! You are welcome to add a preview of this featured image to the group’s discussion post titled “2018 July: Stunning Group Featured Images and Thank-you’s” for a permanent display within the group, to share this achievement with others. If enabled, your image will also be posted to our group Google+ page. Thank you for your group participation! (July 17, 2018)

Jeremy Butler replied:

Thanks very much for featuring this piece, Jan! This is the first time one of my photos has been chosen. I'm honored! I'm not quite sure how the group discussion posts work, but I'll look into them. Thanks. Jeremy

Artist's Description

Three guys discuss auto parts in the auto chemicals aisle of an auto-parts store.

Copyright: Jeremy Butler.

Featured in

Creative Black And White Fine Art Photographs - 07/17/18

About Jeremy Butler

Jeremy Butler

Jeremy Butler set up a darkroom in his parents' utility room while in high school in Phoenix, around 1970. He pestered his friends relentlessly and ruthlessly throughout the 1970s--constantly thrusting the camera in their faces. But he never could afford to print all the images on some 100 contact sheets. Now that he has a scanner, he's gone wild rediscovering the images he shot during that decade. I guess it's just the law of averages that some of them are quite good. In the 1980s, Jeremy began shooting more color film. He had no access to a black-and-white darkroom and so the impetus to shoot B&W gradually faded. And he was an early convert to digital photography as the 20th century came to a close. These black-and-white images...