Chair art inspired by Andy Warhol

* The updated framed artwork can be found here *

Do you remember when I showed you all that crap I got at Goodwill? It was all from Target and was brand-new, but for some crazy reason was being sold at Goodwill.

One of the awesome scores were rolls of vinyl for only $.99 a roll!

I used one of the phone vinyls to make my Custom Phone Wall Pop Art for my sister for her birthday.

Another vinyl pack I got that day was a pack of 4 chairs.

I am really trying to enjoy color more around here at Casa de Hepworths, so I decided it would be a lot of fun to make a set of Andy Warhol inspired pop art prints.

I needed 4 canvases, but canvases are expensive (like $8 each!) so I compromised and bought some flat canvases from Wal-Mart in a 3-pack for about $4 a pack. Since I needed 4 I had to buy 2 packs but I’m sure I’ll find a use for the extra two.

I also bought 4 tubes of acrylic paint at about $.79 each.

The colors I bought are: Folk Art brand – 2553 Lime Green, 509 Sunny Yellow, 2233 Parisian Pink, and Shiny 2710 Calypso Sky.

I just squirted a blob of paint onto the canvas…

…and then painted it smooth.

I did two coats on each canvas.

I rested them each on top of a can of soup so the edges didn’t stick to the table as well as get paint all over the table.

Next I figured out which chair I wanted on each canvas:

Then I peeled them off the paper and stuck ’em on.

One (of the many) reasons I love these prints is because the vinyl has a beautiful embossed design on it that you can only see from the right angle.

I wanted to show you the design so I took a close-up with the flash.

When these were finished I literally sat and stared at them all.night.long. with a grin from ear to ear. They just make me feel so HAPPY.


My long-term plan is to put them in my dining room, maybe on a shelf on a hutch. BUT, considering I don’t even have a hutch or any dining room furniture for that matter (the room is bare at the moment) it may be awhile before these cute pop art pics find a permanent home.

I just love them though! Vinyl is so much fun!!

I love anything Andy Warhol inspired.

* The updated framed artwork can be found here *

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  1. They turned out awesome! Love the hanging you did for your sister too. I am sure they will look terrific no matter where you put them. Kudos!

  2. Super cute!!! They are so fun!

  3. Those are so cute! I love the colors!!

  4. WOW!!!! What a great thing to look at first thing in the morning. This is such a genius idea!!! Good luck in finishing your dining room. Couldn’t you hang them without furniture and them move them a smidge if it’s not lined up right? lol

  5. SO great
    Im totally making these sometime this week


  6. These are fabulous! I love all of the bright colors, I am sure they will look wonderful in your dining room! The phone is great too!

  7. this is fabulous allison! love it! haven’t been to my goodwill, they always get new target stuff too, in awhile & will definitely have to check it out this week! thanks so much for the love on my blog too & i am soooo excited to be part of your share.inspire.create post later this month! you rock girl! hugs!

  8. These are too cute!!

  9. I love the bright colors and the embossed texture on those is so fun!!

  10. Your new logo looks great BTW! And You finally got the blue bar to disappear!

  11. I can’t believe you found those at the GW, how awesome! I love how you made each chair pop with your choice of colors on the canvas. Great idea!

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  12. That is a super cute project. I’d love to shop your GW because mine would want $6.99 for those things. Loving your site.

  13. What a great idea! Thanks for showing me yours! I am so bummed that I paid three dollars and some odd cents for mine.

  14. They came out great. I was shopping at my local goodwill and found the exact same vinyls and I immediately thought off this post. I decided to do the same things except with earth tone colors.

    Thanks for the great idea.


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