Monday, May 17, 2010

How to display little pieces of artwork


The livingroom of printmaker Hugo Guiness
As the Style bloggers would say.. LOVE!

More of his prints
After I posted my little iron sketch yesterday I was thinking about one of my fave printmakers Hugo Guiness. He creates small lino cuts of everyday objects. I first saw his stuff beautifully displayed at the John Derian shop in NYC. (6 East Second Street) (I know, I know-- another reference to John Derian) The collection of mismatched frames in all different shapes + finishes made for a fantastic display. The key is to include a few gold ones to add depth and patina. FYI They are often going cheap at garage sales!
The photo of Hugo's livingroom has inspired me to do some small black and white prints on tanned paper. Then I'll sell them and you too can have a little salon wall like this. STAYED TUNED!

3 comments:

josh said...
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josh said...

Wonderful artwork. I just love art, that is one of my hobby, it is really important because it allows us to be creative, well making our art activities open-ended is very helpful.
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Aileenroger said...

Great artwork. Such art is best way to show your talent. It has content and form. Every one should know such kind of art.

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