Hurried Homemaker

- for supermoms short on time -
June 7th, 2010 by Rhiana

Art for Home: Modern Bird

I said I would recommend my finds to you for the Home Fashion Guide, and today I am recommending art. You may remember a while back I was interviewed by the fine folks at Modern Bird for their weekly blogger interview.  (They’re real nice folks over there.) Anyway, I LOVE LOVE LOVE what they do over there, so you should know about them, too!

From their website:

The concept behind Modern Bird Studios was born about three years ago as an experiment he had bouncing around in his head. Gregg [Deal] has always liked to push the boundaries within his art, whether playing with space or combining traditional and non-traditional mediums. He decided to create a piece that utilized technology and painting. Gregg combines his original urban-style with photography, graphic design and traditional painting to create handmade, original art pieces.

Gregg and his wife Megan know that most modern art available is enormously expensive or mass produced and impersonal. Consequently, they have decided to expand this new style of art to those who have the same appreciation for hip, modern style and who desire to have something more personal to them to enrich their homes.

Some examples of their work (ah-ma-zing!):

As you can see their art is nothing short of fantastic! And well, you all know how I LOVE a family-owned, -runned, and -operated business. These guys are the real-”Deal”. Megan handles the Tweeting and other socializing, while Gregg handles the art. They’re (as they would say) “awesomesauce”.

A little more awesomeness: Through June 20, 2010 get 20% off your order with the code FATHERSDAY

Hurried Homemaker was in no way compensated for this post.

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