Love colour but run out of wall space? Take a look at this great idea.
Having a photograph printed on canvas has become as easy as it once was to process a roll of film and print out postcard-size snaps.
But unlike small photographs that can be packed away in a box when the subject matter loses its flavour, a canvas stretched over a wooden frame is more difficult to deal with once the novelty has worn off. Why not upgrade it to pin-board status by painting it with a litre of Plascon paint in your colour of the moment?
We used Plascon Polvin Green Heart (Y7-B1-2) and employed some UHU Super Glue to stick new ideas onto our brand-new canvas.
PHOTOGRAPHER: DAVID ROSS
PRODUCTION: ANNEMARIE MEINTJES