Photoblocks are small works of art that can fill small gaps in your home. Assembled as a set, no frame needed, makes a great gift. It has a slot in the back and is ready to hang or stand.
The wooden photoblocks are made from Baltic birch plywood, a unique style of photographic sound art. The painting is water-resistant and lined with cabinet-grade plywood and 13 sub-layers. Photographer Alexander Nesbitt handcrafted each piece in his Newport studio. In 2010, Nesbitt developed this version of a wooden photographic plate, in which the photo is laminated using a proprietary bonding and coating technology. The hand-sanded edges are also unique and signature style with rounded corners for a flawless finish.
How a Photoblock can enhance the beauty of our homes
There are many different types of photoblocks that can be used to decorate a home. One popular option is a traditional photoblock, which features a single image printed on a sturdy block of wood or other material. These photoblocks can be hung on walls or placed on shelves to add a personal touch to a room. Another option is a multi-panel photoblock, which features multiple images arranged in a collage or other creative layout.
Moreover, these photoblocks can be used to create a dynamic focal point in a room, or they can be used to tell a story or convey a message. Additionally, there are photoblocks that come in different shapes, sizes, or materials like acrylic or metal, they can be illuminated or have a stand to display them. With so many different options available, it’s easy to find a photoblock that matches your personal style and enhances the overall aesthetic of your home.
Five of the most notorious artists of all time
1. Leonardo da Vinci (1452- 1519)
Maybe the most important artist of the Renaissance, Leonardo da Vinci is considered the most notorious artist of all time. After all, he’s the genius behind the iconic masterpiece of the Mona Lisa oil. Painted between 1503 and 1519, when Leonardo was living in Florence, it now hangs in the Louvre in Paris and remains a destination for pilgrims in the 21st century.
His most notorious workshop include” The Last Supper” and” The Lady with an Ermine”. The Last Supper is the most copied religious oil of all time and the Vitruvian Man is also considered an artistic icon.
2. Vincent van Gogh (1853- 1890)
Vincent Willem van Gogh is a Dutch post-impressionist painter who’s one of the most notorious and influential numbers in the history of Western art. In just ten times, he created about, 2100 workshops of art. Among them are about 860 oil paintings oils, substantially from the last two times of his life. His geographies, still life, pictures and tone- pictures, are characterized by pictorial colours and dramatic, impulsive and suggestive brushstrokes that have helped lay the root for contemporary art. His workshop include” Starry Night”,” Nighttime Café”,” Sunflower” and” tone- portrayal”.
3. Pablo Picasso (1881- 1973)
Pablo His Louis Picasso is a Spanish painter, sculptor, printmaker, potter and stage developer who spent the utmost of his adult life in France. The total number of workshops of art he created is estimated at 50, 000, including, 1885 oils, 1228 busts; 2880 pieces of pottery, about, 12000 delineations, thousands of prints, numerous tapestries and tapestries.
4. Claude Monet (1840- 1926)
Oscar- Claude Monet was a French painter and author of French Expressionist oil. He’s the most harmonious and successful guru of the Expressionist gospel in expressing one’s perception of nature, especially as it relates to the geography oil the Plein air.
5. Andy Warhol (1928- 1987)
Andy Warhol is an American artist, director, patron, and a major figure in the Visual His Art movement known as Pop His Art. Her work explores the relationship between cultural expression, advertising, and celebrity culture that flourished in the 1960s and spans a variety of mediums including oil, screen printing, photography, film and form.
Wooden Photoblock is always Endorsed
You can print your favorite photos onto our wooden photoblock to create a stunning decoration that is perfect for your desk, shelf, and more. These stand-alone items come in two shapes (rectangle or square) and four sizes with black or white borders. 15 cm x 20 cm blocks can be wall mounted, but wooden blocks require no frames or hanging hardware.