Friday, October 2, 2009

Pop Art

I discovered Molly B. Right's head-turning bottle cap portraits from Coastal Living's I'On Idea Cottage. Each piece has a scale-like texture, layered mosaic appeal and oversized proportion that would perfectly compliment our soaring ceilings and empty walls.

13 comments:

A French Cloud said...

wow...amazing. I remember doing an art project at school where I cut up magazine pictures to "paint" a picture--but bottle caps seem so limited with color.

Hill Country House Girl said...

I LOVE THESE! they are just wonderful. I am forwarding this post to my friend who does "tear" (as in tear paper, not "tear" as in cry)portraits - she will be so impressed!! Great post!

darling savage said...

these are amazing! they look just like mosaic tiles from a distance!

Debra said...

I find this amazing. It must take forever. To put the whole thing together and at the end have something so fabulous...I cannot imagine.

The Consummate Hostess said...

These are so cool! I love the textured and layered look that the bottle caps give the piece.

julia said...

no way! boy, do I want one of these.

hye-in hailey choi said...

love it when other people's garbage turns into treasures :)

jae said...

the third one down has been a long time favorite of mine...fun to see some different ones. they really are captivating.

amy b.s. said...

incredable! every time i see these i always think how i would never have the patience to do something like that. i am in awe.

Karen said...

amazing! :) your blog never fails to give fresh ideas. i love your blog :)

beachbungalow8 said...

so cool! I'm loving the fabric on the chair in the foreground!

Expats Again said...

I would love to get one of these for back in the states where I have enormous walls and high ceilings. Here in Germany, I couldn't find a wall nearly large enough. Aren't they spectacular? Very much like pointillism used by the expressionists,where the colors blend at a distance. A great find!

Retail jobs said...

I thought your pictures are made of nickel plated pin arts. Anyway, those art works are stunning!