The darling of aspiring and established art collectors alike, Jen Bekman's website 20x200 was shuttered for most of 2013 and many of us feared the worst. Finally, the site is coming back from its hiatus with a redesign in beta mode and frequent updates via an email newsletter and social media.
I'm very picky when it comes to patterns and artwork (and, let's be honest, lots of other stuff), but I love a good geometric design. Now that it's time to look for calendars for the new year, I've pulled together a few shapely options.
We've covered how to create a gallery wall on a budget but, even after buying all your frames, finding affordable art to put in them can be a challenge. This idea comes from Rue magazine and it's perfect as a placeholder (until you invest in pieces you love) or even as a permanent installation: use magazine tears!
The holidays are a time for personal, heartfelt gifts, and for Apartment Therapy readers, what's more personal and heartfelt than the home? Here are ten handmade gifts designed for that special homebody in your life.
The world of turkey art is an impressive place to wander. Despite the connotations of ridiculousness that come along with the turkey, it's actually a lovely bird — and whether you're a meat-eater or a vegetarian, should be regarded as art worthy. We've rounded up some our favorite artworks in honor of the turkey, plus some tongue-in-cheek pieces as well. Happy Thanksgiving!