Fuck Off in orange is the most popular piece in my Society6 shop. People have purchased wall tapestries, notebooks, and phone cases of this piece. Even though the painting is a little aggressive – it’s supposed to be – you can still style it. So, I thought I’d have a little fun and mix Fuck Off in orange with a few more sleek pieces.
What do you think? How would you style Fuck Off in orange?
What would you like to see me style next week? Tell me in the comments.
Check the Styling Pop Art page on the website or search #stylingpopart on Instagram to see more rooms styled with pop art.
When I was a teenager we lived in this pretty white Queen Anne Victorian house. I loved having friends over, because it was really nice and it had a huge back yard. That was until my mom put up these plastic lawn flamingos. They embarrassed me to no end. They were so dorky and I was trying so hard to be cool.
Long after I moved out, sometime around the time I got married, I started thinking of the flamingos more fondly. I missed my mom and when I would think about buying a house and settling down I would think of the flamingos.
They give me kind of like a rebellious, but comforting feeling. Painting flamingos is my way of embracing the weirdness of my childhood, and my own weirdness, instead of being embarrassed by it.
That’s why I have added payment options for all paintings over $200.
If you’re interested check out the Payment Options page on my website.
It holds all of the information you need. And if you have any questions you can leave them in the comments.
(This is a trial run. I’m going to see how it goes for a few months. If there is actually need for this sort of thing, etc. I’m trying to be helpful here.)
I’ve been kind of a dick about home design, I’ll admit, because the thought of buying a piece of art to match a couch breaks my little black heart. I do realize that it’s important for people to have a certain look, though. Sometimes it’s hard for people to buy art when they don’t know how to fit it in their home. I get it. I do. I’m very visual.
In an effort to help you out, I’m going to start putting some rooms together around specific pieces. You’ll be able to see how I style pieces, you’ll be able to vote on the next piece for me to style, and you’ll be able to give me input on how you’d style things differently. I think it will be quite fun.
So, without further ado, I give you an entryway styled for “Diamonds”.
I think this piece would look excellent on a dark gray wall, with a black and white tiled floor. What about you? How would you style “Diamonds”? Tell me in the comments. And don’t forget to vote for next month’s Styling Pop Art below: