D E S I G N Y O U R O W N ?
Bit of an Arty type?
Got some cool design you want on your board?
Send in your artwork!
We can print one off designs no problem.
Suitable files types, PDF, PSD, EPS, AI, JPEG, Tiff.
Got something you’ve drawn or sketched?
Send it in or scan it then email to us firstname.lastname@example.org
Files too big to email?
No drama, let us know and we'll hook you up with a dropbox link to upload. Email email@example.com
FIle Share with us on Dropbox!
Every one is different, whats your flava? has been our moto.. this what the academics have to say!
Art is considered to be a subjective field, in which one composes and views artwork in unique ways that reflect one’s experience, knowledge, preference, and emotions. The aesthetic experience encompasses the relationship between the viewer and the art object. In terms of the artist, there is an emotional attachment that drives the focus of the art. An artist must be completely in-tune with the art object in order to enrich its creation. As the piece of art progresses during the creative process, so does the artist. Both grow and change to acquire new meaning. If the artist is too emotionally attached or lacking emotional compatibility with a work of art, then this will negatively impact the finished product. According to Bosanquet (1892), the “aesthetic attitude” is important in viewing art because it allows one to consider an object with ready interest to see what it suggests. However, art does not evoke an aesthetic experience unless the viewer is willing and open to it. No matter how compelling the object is, it is up to the beholder to allow the existence of such an experience.