People purchase all kinds of artwork for their homes, but many times, the pieces are copies or reprints. There is certainly nothing wrong with owning such art, but there is just something about owning an original work. The homeowner gets to keep the unique beauty, scariness, or whatever the creation brings to the table to themselves, sharing it only with whomever they wish. Lots of consumers believe Sold Out Posters merely sells gig posters because of the company's name.
While it is true that the organization has plenty of those items available, persons also have other options when shopping with them: original art, sculptures/toys, and concert merch name but just a few. With that being said, the remainder of this post will focus on several pieces of original art that could be perfect for your home. The images are somewhat dark and wicked, so if you are into that, please read on to learn more.
The Lie – Jay Turner – Full Flavor Original
This Full Flavor original is a Jay Turner creation. The backdrop is primarily blue, with some gray spray paint splatters and lines mixed in. Meanwhile, a black and demonic-looking head commands the viewer's attention at the front and center of the work. It is wearing a mask over its eyes and has purple teeth. Additionally, there are also black spray paint lines that appear to be escaping from the back of the head.
Depending on how an individual interprets the original art, they might view dark lines as plumes of smoke. Then again, a person could believe the image is an alien-like creature and call the stripes tentacles. Homeowners that want to give their man/woman caves, living rooms, bedrooms, or somewhere else a sort of twisted appeal, can't go wrong with this option.
The Lie – Jay Turner – Blue Helmet
Jay Turner, aka The Lie, is also responsible for Blue Helmet. An alien wearing a blue helmet with green skin is the main character. He or she looks tired and sad, with droopy eyes, blushed cheeks, and teardrop escaping from one of the eyes. The being's lips are chapped, and there is a bit of drool running down them onto the figure's chin. This work gives off a creepy yet enjoyable vibe that can breathe refreshing new life into any room.