O-Live Decor

[23/10/09] 

Because you know they get all the chicks
 
There’s nothing quite like creating your own art – whether it’s a stunning black and white photography of Cambodian orphans playing in the rain, or of the finger paintings you do with your therapist, there’s something inherently satisfying about taking one of those flashing thoughts from your ‘mind grapes’ and revealing it for all to see (not unlike a subway flasher).

Hong Kong’s O-Live Décor specialise in taking your precious home-made art and making it ‘legit’ by mounting it on canvas like the professionals do, using a special Giclee ink process. The pieces are altered to bring out their best colours and look like real buy-it-in-Soho art works. Take last month’s photo of you and your better half looking top notch, and blow it up for an ultimate brownie point cash in, or mount a familiar landscape from home to help you cry yourself to sleep. Whatever it is, O-Live Décor offer a range of waterproof, durable canvas sizes, meaning you can decorate the bachelor den with your own little masterpieces, for less than the cost of a night on the town.
 
After all, art, like beauty, is in the eye of the beholder.
 
O-Live Décor
www.giclee-canvas.com
Price range: HK$220 - $650.
Production time: 7-10 days.
 
The Nuts & Bolts: Create cool personalised art from your favourite photos with the help of O-Live Décor.


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