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Pet to art for your home decoration

Yes, it is. This is the truth. It means transfer your pet’s photo to art.

Do you have your pets at home? Well, if you have, do you also think of something unique that may preserve their memories? Yes, it’s canvas art. Maybe, turn your pet’s photos into pop art is a better choice.

Basically, pop art as a movement was originated in USA and Britain as early as 1950s. But it was recognized after a decade. It was the medium of closing the gap between the victory and defeat or high and low end or art. It became the rival of the traditional and originally established Abstract Expressionism kind of art work. Andy Warhol is one of the famous artists that initiated the concept of this art. Pop art artists believed that painting photos to pop art is a manifestation of creativity, freedom and relativity of arts, thus, there is no standards that was set in the creation of [URL=]prints on canvas[/URL] with pop art effect.
So, aside from human, photos print on canvas to pop art painting is also applicable for your pets. We cannot deny that we love our loyal pets so much and we may treat them as family members.

The Original photo:

Photo Turned into art:

Prints on canvas

They may be naughty sometimes but the love they bestowed upon us is unconditional. Hence, they are deserving to be awarded with the pop art painting.

So what are the benefits and advantages we may get in providing pop art canvas to our beloved pet?

Manifestation Of Our Love

Your pet is loyal to you because he know how much you love and care for him. But you also have to do something special or think of something that will be kept as a remembrance of his existence. Find his photos and prints to canvas with pop art shows that you treasure his presence and the canvas will live for a long time that may serve as a memorable treasure. Your friends, officemates, relatives and other visitors would be amazed and they would feel your deep love for your pet.

Memories Of Your Pet That Will Last

After the death of your beloved pet, you could still able to remember the happy moments together. His photos print to canvas with pop art would be a great remembrance of his life.
Commonly, canvasses and portraits are good decorations in your wall. You could put them in your living room, bedroom or even in the kitchen. Most subjects of portraits are family and a single photo.


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