clip wall

what a fun idea- a wall full of prints hung by bull dog clips. inexpensive, quick and easy- can’t beat that. via jan at poppytalk.

  1. Jane says:

    saw this at poppytalk and loved it. it’s a great display, isn’t it? so creative and affordable!

  2. cartolina says:

    This is a great way to display works-in-progress in the studio. I especially love the older looking clips like the one on the magpie. I suppose you could use old wooden clipboards too.

  3. ann says:

    I use teeny tiny binder clips to hang things around the house. They’re not strong enough to harm the paper, but 4 of them at each corner keeps them hanging flat against the wall, and you can color cooridnate your thumbtacks to the print if you’d like.

  4. kat says:

    i use this method in my studio to organise my rough sketches to form final pieces, trouble is the peiches of paper aren’t well pritected and tend to get dusty and bent. it’s a great idea and that photo looks beautiful but i don’t think i’d use it for any special pieces.

  5. jj says:

    Love the concept and that image is gorgeous…the colour of that wall paint is beautiful and the consistent mostly-monochromatic images with the wood furniture fits so well. Love this – totally want to recreate it.

  6. becky says:

    I like to use colorful oversized paperclips (the binder kind) for art too – especially folk art done on light plywood or plain flat canvases. Another similar idea one of my professor’s used for display was aluminum clipboards – the art was centered and held in by the clip, and the excess clipboard area served as a sort of frame.

    Becky Harris

  7. Blue Orchid Designs says:

    love the simplicity of it – so beautiful! I think I’ll have to do this in my office!

  8. Megatron says:

    Reminds me of art school :)

  9. Anonymous says:

    I love this so much I have to try it! I found much less expensive Bull Dog Clips here… with free shipping too!

    http://www.artstuff.net/hunt_bulldog_clips.htm

  10. mary ann duhon says:

    this is great

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