More Easy Wall Art (in CD frames!)

Alttext's post on creating easy wall art out of simple, cheap materials generated a lot of interest. Here's another method that produces some pretty spectacular results:

DIY Jewel Case Frames: Wonderful Wall Art Faster than you can say Polar Bears!

CD Jewelcase Wall Art Display

"We found a clever project that uses CD jewel cases to make rearrangeable, refillable, photo frames for those empty walls of yours. Watch our first ever Photojojo video tutorial and see how you can get your photographs off-line and on your walls in about half an hour!"

via Photojojo

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Roxy Din on Sep 07, 2012:

Actually these types of CD jewel cases are looking so good and now a day’s their important growing on a demanding way because CD’s demand is also increasing in all sectors for saving something in safely, so thanks for sharing these interesting things.

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bruno on Nov 29, 2006:

Can we all agree that the word 'rasterbated' is a little awkward?

tmgeorgo on Nov 29, 2006:

I think it's only fair to give credit where credit is due, and mention the fact that a CD wall mural with a rasterbated image is a project straight out of the Ready Made book.  They are cool though--my wife and I made this one for our house:

CD wall mural 

SupComTabz on Nov 23, 2006:

I used this site:  http://homokaasu.org/rasterbator/ 

jeska on Nov 18, 2006:

And to think, I was just going to throw a ton of these away!

I think this would be a good project to use the Rasterbator with.


designmilk on Nov 17, 2006:

cool idea.

gregoryjohnson on Nov 16, 2006:

They also make nice desktop frames for photos - just open the case. Once the case is open, one side becomes a base and the face can hold a photo.

alttext on Nov 16, 2006:

Haha, I was going to post about that too. Someone on the Digg thread pointed to it. Lord knows I have a ton of empty CD cases now that I have been using LaLa for a while. :)

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