The work of Eleanor Cunningham is q wonderful example of how photography can be manipulated into something a little deeper. These feel very much like watercolors but with a hauntingly beautiful twist. Some very gorgeous work – available at Saatchi. [ Nonna’s Window ] [ Untitled ] [ Lost Landscape ] [ Garden Shed ] Need design help? Drop me a line. Check out my
[ Wonderland Sold ] [ Hybrid ] I’m branching out and starting a new column here today. I am completely untrained in the world of art. I very much like certain things and sometimes I can even verbalize why but that is about the extent of it. However, I really do love art and my art pinboard on Pinterest is one of my most popular.
I love art. I mean, obviously. There is nothing like purchasing a unique art piece to hang on your walls that truly speaks to you. However, I know that purchasing the real thing isn’t possible for everyone. But that is still no excuse for buying poster art at Ikea! (Ick!) Your walls – like everything else in your home – should be adorned with something
I’ve always had a thing for skateboards (okay fine – skateboarders. Whatever.) And fortunately these days skateboards aren’t just for unruly kids. Skateboards have grown up and have become downright artistic. I’ve seen some actual adults (in suits!) rolling around on them lately and they seem to be turning up in every hip homestead I see online. I love seeing them mounted on walls and
I know there are basically two kinds of people in this world: those who appreciate the Jackson Pollack-y splattered look and those who don’t. I fall firmly in the love camp. There is something about the energy of the splatter itself that I find invigorating. Splatter art isn’t exactly a new idea of course but it seems to be expanding out of the art sphere