CanvasRus’ Pop Art canvas prints have been personally requested by Ty Pennington
to use on his new TV show Homes For The Brave
on Sky channel 246 and Virgin channel 265.
Famous for his hit US TV show Extreme Makeover
, Ty Pennington has been in the UK recently filming a new makeover show where he helps to change the home lives of five British service men and women. "These guys are so dedicated to servicing their Country they haven’t had time to dedicate to their homes. That’s where I [Ty Pennington] come in." A truly heart warming show where the family move out for a few days and Ty moves his decorating team in to transform their home. CanvasRus
was contacted back in April as Ty had been on their website and decided that two Pop Art Warhol effect
canvases where exactly what the daughters twin bedroom needed. CanvasRus’ graphic designer Erin Rafferty created the artwork from original family photos emailed in. The soft canvas print colours where specifically requested to flatter the room’s décor.
"The one way to add a little pop to a room is to see a little Pop Art. It really adds some art, colour and canvas fun. Now they [the daughters] can have some fun in their own room." quote by Ty Pennington
There are twelve Your Art effects offered by CanvasRus not just the iconic Pop Art effects. This service is all about transforming your own personal photos into retro, iconic, urban or illustrative looking prints on canvas. Erin creates each piece of canvas wall art individually so no two prints onto canvas look the same.
To order – it’s as simple as emailing your personal photo direct to Erin. She then emails you a proof of the finished artwork which (if agreed to) is then digitally printed and delivered to you.
Prices for the artwork start from as little as £30 for a single person/head shot. And for a 12x12" canvas (£25) + the artwork cost (£30) the total can be as little as £55 for a truly bespoke print to canvas. And as all this graphic design work is done by hand rather than automated through a piece of computer software – this would make an amazing keepsake.
If you’d like to keep up with Ty Pennington, and maybe find out more on Homes For The Brave, click here to read his On The Road Again Blog