« Home | Next: The Art Of Solving Debt »
| Next: Bowling Pin Art - Materials and Equipment »
| Next: Assessing The Damage »
| Next: Merry Christmas! »
| Next: Holiday pecan tarts »
| Next: Bowling Pin Art II »
| Next: Cooking With The State Of The Art »
| Next: Bowling Pin Art »
| Next: The Aftermath »
| Next: Keeping The Ball Rolling »

Arts and Crafts

Monday, December 27, 2010

Trailer Art

Why stick to a small canvas when you can make use of a huge one, in order to display your artwork? I suspect that is what the owners of this camper must have thought when they applied a brush and their imagination to it.

The idea by itself is already very unique and thumbs up for the creativity. Just imagine an RV or camper site filled with original pieces of art; that would not only be a colorful site and sight, but it would be easier and a lot quicker finding your own dwelling.

It does not have to be limited to campers; RVs, bike trailers, horse trailer, truck trailers, and even trailer homes would work great for displaying art.

You may be intimidated by the size of the 'canvas', but hey; no guts, no glory. In my humble opinion; any handcrafted, homemade art is worthy of being on display!

See also:
Trailer Art II
Trailer Art - Materials and Equipment

link link link


Blogger BBQ said...

Over here some companies pay the car owners a few hundreds of dollars every month for painting their advertisements on the cars. It's a unique method =)

Wednesday, December 29, 2010 9:50:00 AM  
Blogger Corry said...

I am not sure, but I think they do the same here?

God's Grace.

Thursday, December 30, 2010 2:36:00 AM  

Post a Comment

Copyright © Corryc 2007 - 2014