Customizing Art

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Custom art has a connection between the owner and artist and is a great way to bridge the gap between the two.

Art means different things to different people and the new trend of customising art is the best ode to this ethos. By its very definition, customised art is unique and personal, reflective of who you are. Customising art helps to express oneself, just like how one does it through clothing, accessories, and the like. It is a perfect way to express your artistic and aesthetic interests in a way different from most.

SLAM DUNK (60x36 inches) - Prithish Chowdhury
SLAM DUNK (60×36 inches) – Prithish Chowdhury

One of the newest trends in customised art for residential spaces is using aspects of personal life -likes and dislikes, family and friends, hobbies, careers, special memories, to create a stylised portrait in an abstract form.

A section of buyers see art to be very personal and reflective of their characteristics. They like the art to narrate their stories and journeys, something that speaks to them and is exclusively owned by them.

What custom art does is that it brings the artist and consumer closer and takes away the somewhat ‘elitist’ tag that art is often associated with. When the artist is approached by a customer to create something that they want it helps create a deeper and more personal artist-consumer relationship.

What custom art does to add that personal connect where a piece of art is an extension of who you are and what better way to add decor that is you, than custom art.

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