…well, you probably are home. Staring at blank walls, wondering why you ordered that 5×7 that just disappears. It happens all the time. I’ve had clients call me the same day their photos arrive and say “I should have gone a little bigger…” I’ve always held my tongue, but since when has that done me any good? Let’s get BIG.
I’m all about the canvases; sleek, contemporary, and no framing required. And look how great they are clustered together!
displays by Anna Mayer and Angela Weedon.
One canvas, many photos:
Photos from Design Aglow
For those of you afraid to commit to larger prints, wouldn’t something like this look so great in your hallway? (photo by the amazing Melissa Jill.)
Make this the year you get inspired to do something creative with your photos. Your kids, your families: they’re gorgeous! Let’s get them out in the open where people can really see them. POW!
(Or you could always put something like this on the wall. I would. I just might. It makes me laugh like an idiot.)
You can see more work from the wonderful Marc Johns here.