Who doesn't love abstract art? It's grown on me through the years, but can be a bit costly when buying. Make your own one-of-kind layer piece with this video tutorial!
When it comes to art on the walls, sometimes you gotta go big or go home. The catch? Large art can be pretty expensive. You could always go the IKEA route, but that's easily recognizable. So create your own!
Walltat's reflective wall decals combine the ease of wall decals with the sparkle of mirrors for an interesting effect. Their abstract images, in particular,
The lovely pieces of art seen in the pic above were made with a bucket and a plastic cup. Seriously.
To make one for your own, you'll need:
Artist and Curbly member Melsky (which is a combination of her first and last name) describes her acrylic on paper creations as eclectic, whimsical, abstract and colorful. An aggressive use of adjectives to be sure, but they’re necessary to describe her unique and vibrant images. Here, in Curbly’s first artist profile, I pose some questions to Melsky in an effort to get to know her and her work a little bit better.
You used to be a ceramic...
Have you heard about DNA 11? They create very personal art from their customers’ DNA or fingerprints. They SAY that they are making ‘one-of-a-kind’ abstract ‘masterpieces’, or are they REALLY a front for the government to collect DNA and fingerprints from unsuspecting narcissists...hmmmm?
Fingerprint images start at $190; DNA portraits start at $390.