Friday, April 18, 2014

Abstract Wall Art - Red, Orange, Black and White Art





Another new contemporary original abstract canvas wall art print added to the web site today. Every time I make a new canvas art print it becomes my favourite piece of art and this is my favourite one of the moment (until I create another one). Using my favourite colours of red, black, white and orange, this art piece will look striking in any contemporary home. View this canvas art print on the web site. 


Author: Sam Freek of didgi widgi ~ canvas art , photography art prints

Canvas Wall Art Print - Contemporary Abstract Art





My favourite colours are red, yellow, black and white and this square contemporary wall art piece covers all four of them. Available in various sizes this striking abstract will look amazing in any contemporary setting whether at home or at work in the office. View this canvas art print on the web site. 

Author: Sam Freek of didgi widgi ~ canvas art , photography & art prints

Contemporary Abstract Canvas Art Print - Ghost Town




Just added this new contemporary abstract canvas wall art print to the web site. I love the orange and contrasting blues in this print, orange seems to be my colour of the moment. This is an amazing piece of contemporary original art for the modern home available in various sizes. View this canvas art print on the web site.


Author: Sam Freek of didgi widgi ~ canvas art , photography art prints

Vintage Advert - Get Me Wet and Watch Me Strip




These glasses remind me of some pens that use to be around when I was little (I mean small child around 6 years old and not being vertically challenged), I remember these pens had a lady in a bikini on the side and when you held the pen into a writing position the bikini would disappear and hey presto you had a naked lady. The person who owned one of these naked lady's pens would then stay in my head as a rude, cheeky person. 

Author: Sam Freek of didgi widgi ~ canvas art , photography art prints

Jelly Legs with Too Much Exercise? - Illustration




Do you ever get jelly legs after you have done a little bit too much exercise? You try to walk as normal as possible but you appear to be wobbling and bobbing all over the place.

by Sam Freek of didgi widgi ~ contemporary art & photography

Author: Sam Freek