Posts Tagged ‘ONE OF A KIND’

I’m tired and your tired of seeing the same old iPhone & IPod cases that everyone has, so I took it upon myself to put my art work on stuff for all of us. I didn’t expect it, but it has gotten pretty popular.
I know there’s a lot of other artist to choose from but it makes it a lot easier if there’s more original artist out there to help with have products we can buy without having to look like everyone else! Check out the goods here —>
http://society6.com/HeavenlyArtCo

Your Art friend who happens to be a blogger,
Eleigh K.
PS Don’t forget to
“LIVE. LOVE. CREATE.”

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A SUNDAY SMILE IS WHAT I HAVENT HAD FOR AWHILE….MAYBE TO WE WILL TOGETHER.
bEIRUT sunDAY smile album cover :D

Brand New Hoodies in addition to other creative products by yours truly. Its always nice to wear something that everyone doesnt have already. Check out these prices, Im happy to be able to sell my products that is affordable. Much love to my fans, fam and friends for your support!

Hoodies By Eleigh Koonce on Society6.com

Hoodies By Eleigh Koonce on Society6.com.

If I could Only choose one music artist’s music to listen to for the rest of my life, it probably be Bjork. “Possibly Maybe” is possibly, maybe one of my favorite songs of hers.

bjork.com GH.

Last day for free shipping on prints at Society6. Get em now! http://society6.com/HeavenlyArtCo

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Eleigh Koonce | Society6.

We should remember how it was to not have a care in the world about how our creations look and LET GO!
Have you ever wanted to know, what a room would look like if we let several kids run rampid with colored stickered dots?
Yea, me either until now….
(captions following these photos are crdited to dornob.com)
Instead of cleaning up after they crayon the walls, why not see what happens if you hand the kids a few thousand colorful dots and let things evolve from there?
That is precisely what artist Yayoi Kusama did at the Queensland Gallery of Modern Art – after he turned every last furnishing, fixture, wall and ceiling space in this faux living room into stark-white canvas to really let the subsequent work shine forth.

Incoming children were handed stickers and told to put them wherever they wanted – what unfolded is (surprisingly) almost more controlled than chaotic … at least up to a point. (Images by Mark Sherwood & Stuart Addelsee).