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Today I wanted to share how creating custom art from an existing piece is easy and affordable. I have worked with artist Chris Judy on commissioned pieces as well as recreations of his existing works. You can see more details on his latest commissioned piece for one of my clients HERE & HERE.
Let It Be is one of my absolute favorite pieces from Chris’ collection and it also happens to be the one most of my clients gravitate towards too. Most of my clients are not looking to make an investment in commissioned art but I think I have found a way to fill their need for “custom art” without breaking the budget. Chris is able to take a piece from existing collection, digitally change the colors and create a piece that is custom for the client. Each piece can be printed on canvas or archival paper and the sizes are made to fit the specified space.
Here is the original Let It Be
Here is the first custom piece we worked on. The client wanted to bring in a warm turquoise with pops of plum and lime green.
And a few images of it in the actually room it was customized for.
I am working on another bedroom in need of oversized art and turned to Chris for options. This guest bedroom has oversized furniture and the teal, gold and ivory bedding look beautiful with the Venetian plaster and warm wood touches. The room’s only blank wall is in need of a piece with rich color, bold scale and a contemporary feel. We once again decided to work with Let It Be.
Here is the final draft, I can’t wait to see what my client thinks of the custom look.
Yesterday, I shared a few pictures from our moving day at a hip commercial office space. Since the space is located in a part of town that has an “artsy” reputation, it’s the perfect place for my client to run his creative business.
We are in the process of adding accessories and tons of color to the space. I picked up these colorful silk pillows from West Elm and they fit right into the artistic feel of the space. These three pieces are going to their new home today and will land on the office bunk bed! Nothing like a bunk bed to crash on after those long nights in the recording studio.
The past two weeks in the Studio have been absolutely crazy busy. I am so fortunate to have clients that think outside of the box and bring me along for the ride! Stay tuned to the blog over the next few weeks because we have tons of great products, designerss and project features to share. I’m trying to organize the content, it’s all so fabulous and hard to narrow down for the blog.
One of our latest projects is going to ahhhmazzzing! This commercial office is located in one of Dallas’ most unique creative areas, Deep Elm. Exposed brick, stained concrete floors and industrial railings make this the perfect space for my client’s business. My client, Dope Creations will be running a clothing line out of the space as well as using a portion of the loft as a recording studio. My client’s colorful abstract art will be displayed throughout the space and can be see from almost every room in the loft.
Here are a few pictures from moving day. We are curently installing furniture, art and accessories and hope to have everyone’s office complete soon! My favorite part of the space is the custom logo on the ping pong table. They hired a graffiti artist to crate the logo on the table as well as a few other custom pieces for the space. Hopefully their company website will be up soon, I promise to share all of the details.