Have you ever wondered if life imitates art? Or if art imitates life? Everyday Art does both through a very popular trend blending aesthetic photography, architecture, and even nature. This artistic concoction formulates letters of the alphabet from unexpected places like buildings, windows, street signs, floor tiles, stairs, plants, boots and much more! Jerrad and Machel Green are the front-runners in this “letter-art” movement and the folks behind Everyday Art. What started as an activity on a Sunday stroll has led their work to be featured on HGTV.com and coveted all over the U.S. and Canada.
With over hundreds of original images to choose from, the Greens are sure you’ll find what’s right for you. Their most recent collection about which they boast is Vintage Letter Lights. Actually see your name in lights with antique metal marquee letters with working lights! They’re actually crafted from rusted metal, giving them an authentic and antique look. Each structure is twenty-four inches tall, and four inches deep. Width varies. Costs run $199 USD per letter, and delivery time takes two to three weeks.
So does Everyday Art imitate life? Or does life imitate Everyday Art? However you see it, you’ll be seeing the world in a whole new way with prints from Everyday Art!