Just when I think we've reached the tipping point in the popularity of paint chip art, I see something new that makes me think that the medium still has legs. Take a look at these ideas and tell me what you think. From 'crafty' to all out Art (note the capital 'A'), the lowly chips certainly inspire. The first project, pictured above, is
In this example, paint chips become mosaic tiles.
Here's another by The 3 R's Blog, which is a great example of how lovely monochrome can be.
For art that multi-tasks, these paint chip clocks are the ticket.
Colorful yet practical is this idea from The Aesthetic Writer for a dry erase calendar:
Apparently, paint chip strips make perfect skylines.
Chips used for pixilated portraits still impress me. This one of Marilyn particularly.
Marilyn looks lovely, but Manet in paint chip pixelation is even more remarkable. This adaptation of Bar at the Foiles Bergere was created by Tim Fraser Brown.
Another artist doing spectacular things with paint chips is Peter Combe. Click here to see more of his work.