real art for a fictitious world.

mary3_baseball

oh mary… there’s just something about mary! she’s kind, funny, beautiful, super cool, and basically a ray of sunshine. when i started planning what kind of art to buy for her cheery miami apartment, flowers kept popping to mind. yep, bunches of bright, fresh, colorful flowers dappled in golden sunlight seemed like a perfect fit for mary: yes! these gorgeous... 
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real art for a fictitious world.

amelie3

ah, bonjour! i’ve been wanting to buy art for this lovely lady for quite some time! the quiet, sweet, odd, and heroic amélie poulin (the lovely main character of 2001 french film, amélie). let me introduce you: oh these paintings! they make me want to hop on a plane immediately just so i can spend an afternoon at a parisian cafe… after i’ve bought fresh... 
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real art for a fictitious world.

hollygolightly6

sigh… holly golightly (the heroine of the 1961 classic, breakfast at tiffany’s). she is so elegant, so beautiful, and oh, so lost. you know what i’m going to suggest, right? yes! art!!! ok. i added the art part to that quote, but she needs it right? right! i’m sure it would make her feel so much more at home in her bare apartment that she shares with... 
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checking in at the grand budapest hotel.

pink-upholstered-bed

i am so excited for this film to arrive in theaters. my longtime love, wes anderson has gone and done it again directing his latest film, the grand budapest hotel, opening this spring. every time i see the trailer i laugh uncontrollably and then attempt to focus, calm myself and study carefully those amazing movie sets. how does he do it? if i had a visit to the grand budapest... 
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real art for a fictitious world.

steve_zissou_title

how can i resist? i can’t! oceanographer, and documentarian, steve zissou  (from wes anderson‘s “the life aquatic”) is one of my dream clients. i’m not sure that he actually owns any art, but i’m going to change that. first things first, let’s address a fairly big issue for steve – revenge: ok, this piece does not feature a... 
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