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Seventies Style & Design – Still A Rage Among The Art Lovers Of Today

Author : Michael Biber


Canvas artworks that reflects the seventies style and design are hugely popular among today's generation which clearly reflects the timeless value that these designs have.

Canvas artwork is a beautiful thing and they are more easily available today than ever before. They offer individuals a choice of what to buy to adorn their dull looking walls and brighten up the room. The availability of all types of canvas artwork online has increased the awareness levels of this art form among today's generation. Many consider it a good mode of investment too.

The seventies style and design continue to be popular and inspires today's generation because the art of those times were in an experimental state and some of the best designs and color combinations as well as abstract works are from that era. All canvas artwork created in the later 60s and throughout the 70s are classified as contemporary art and are generally uncoordinated in their expressions. The most wonderful thing about the artwork of the 70s is that they have a magical, timeless look and can fit in any of today's home decorating styles effortlessly.

The popularity of canvas art is growing and has reached dizzying heights among today's generation with new forms of art being introduced by artists with exemplary display of creativity and imagination. Yet the designs of the 60s and the 70s have never really gone away. Instead they continue to inspire and enthuse the present generation artists and are often the base for their creations.

The bright aesthetics of Pop Art was a rage in the 60s and is amply reflected in the artwork of that era. The seventies style and design saw the rise of the flower power cult. These designs and art forms were so inspiring that they have made their presence felt in some form of the other in the developing art forms of the subsequent generations. This, despite the bright, stark monotones of the 80s which were clearly a reflection of the punk movement. The canvas artwork designs of today reflect the interior design trend of the noughties.

It is now possible to buy contemporary artwork online as their growing popularity has opened up many avenues of availability. Some art homes have designers and artists working exclusively for them, creating interior decoration as per the demands and the needs of their customers. They are proficient at creating any contemporary art form including the extremely popular seventies style and design. There is a wide range of selection available for online purchase.


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If you feel tempted to renew your space, Let yourself explore the magnificence of the Seventies style and design with its rich and electrifying colors. You can browse our canvas paintings catalogues and price list and feel free to send Kira-Homed├ęcor an email with the contemporary wall art code to chose canvas and your data needed for shipment, we will be gladly back at you with more details.


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