Sunday, January 15, 2012

Calendar Wall Art

Out with 2011 and in with 2012 offers opportunity for change in resolutions, goals, personal well-being and of course, calendars. Calendars typically have great, graphic images depending on subject so it's only fitting that we should enjoy the images for more than a month. How? By using the images for wall art.





I will often save magazines, photostock albums and in this case, calendars that may come in handy for future wall art projects.



This wall art ensemble creates a dramatic visual presence due to the repeated linear arrangement of the frames. For more impact they were hung within a silver color block.

The black frames were Walmart "cheapies" in one of those little kiosks you see sitting in your way as you try to maneuver the aisles. I think I paid around $2.00 a piece for them and hung eight total.  Despite the good value, they have nice, sturdy, chunky frames.



Minus the cost of the calendar since it was a gift, this art cost under $20.00. Not bad for a cool, visual statement in a home office.  If your goals for 2012 are to be more conscious of recycling, start with a calendar.  Repurpose it, Reuse it (in new, creative ways!)


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3 comments:

  1. I too like some of the photo's on those "Free New Year" calenders that business give out. I've thought about framing some, but never have. I really like your cycle collection of free art, makes a very nice statement!

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  2. What a "cool" thrifty new look!! Come by on Monday because you have been featured at NIFTY THRIFTY TUESDAY...please feel free to grab my starfish featured button for your blog and thank you for coming to my party.

    Blessings,
    Linda

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  3. Love those photos!

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