Photography is now accessible for the average Joe. I know this is not a kosher idea, and the idea of creating art with your phone is foreign to some, but you can capture cool images with your phone. (Photographers, please send your hate mail to firstname.lastname@example.org) Then frame them and hang them on the wall. Or better yet….
Order them from Costco, printed on canvas! A genius idea!
The edges of the photo will wrap around the edges of the canvas and create the frame.
This is the beginning of the Simply Turquoise: Urban Landscapes series.
Everyday urban scenes, everyday art, for your home. If you are too lazy to take your own photos, or you do not want to see the smiling mugs of your family on the wall, you can now purchase any of these urban landscapes here at Simply Turquoise. Don’t say I don’t have a mind for business! This is it! The beginning of the Simply Turquoise Art Dynasty.
Actually, I am thrilled to make available some of my favorite images from my time blogging to the public. Even if “the public” in this case is just my mother, I am still thrilled. Each landscape tells a story and each image is unique.
Capturing the people around you, or the places you’ve been or want to go, will add a layer of excitement to the decor in your house. Your house will be filled with movement, action and stories, bringing your walls to life. And if you can’t wait, message me. I accept love mail in addition to hate mail, and money in all forms.
© copyright 2013 Mariam d’Eustachio at Simply Turquoise.
2 responses to “Urban Landscapes”
I’m not a good enough photographer to make the righteous case for purity of equipment, lighting, etc. I have also found “art” with shots from my phone. Love the Lynchburg Doors photo.
The Lynchburg City Armory Doors are impressive. That photo was actually taken by my B-I-L, and stolen by me. I know art when I see it!