Hang it up or lay it down. The Deny tapestry is a versatile design staple that looks as good on a wall as it does laid out on the ground. It's available in two sizes and crafted from a lightweight, machine washable polyester, making it easy to pack (and wash) for picnics in the park. Choose from our curated selection of designs to feature on the top side and match whatever decor style you like. And the best part? Every purchase pays the artist who designed it—supporting creativity worldwide.
Details & Product Specs
If you are not satisfied with your products you can return them within 30 days. Wholesale orders are not eligible for returns or exchanges unless the product is deemed defective.
Machine wash cold on gentle cycle. tumble dry low. do not bleach or iron
Marta Spendowska ( V E R Y M A R T A :: verymarta.com ) moves smoothly between fine art and commercial art (illustration, licensing.) She's been working with collectors, fashion and beauty brands, ad agencies and magazines since she arrived in US. Just recently she's been published in Oprah Magazine ?(July 2014), chosen as a finalist in the Richeson 75 International Art Competitions — Figure / Portrait and accepted to the 2014 WOMA museum exhibition.
She’s been now represented by a leading international illustration and animation agency Illustration Ltd with offices in London, New York, Hamburg, Paris and Shanghai.
Clients : Oprah Magazine | Norwegian Business Daily (Norways Financial Times) D2 | Rockport Publishers | Moroccan Oil | Papyrus | METcolors | FAB.com | DENY DESIGNS | Joss & Main | Pop.com.au | Gilt.com | You Art Me | Queen Helene | Y Media Labs | Ready366 | Computer Arts |
Featured : Design Sponge, You Art Me (European licensing company), Trend Hunter, Design For Mankind, Illustration Age, Doodlers Anonymous, Directory of Illustration (Published in 2013), Escape Into Life, Dziennik.com (NY magazine), UPPERCASE (Published in 2013).
Awards : Finalist in 2014 Richeson International Portrait Competition, Finalist in 2014 WOMA Biennial | Finalist in 100 Illustration exhibition in London .
This self-taught artist comes from a creative family, but never imagined she could live as an artist full time. After studying Journalism in college and graduating with a Masters Degree in Management and Marketing, she decided to leave her life behind and hop on a plane to the United States. She sold her very first painting in a grocery store parking lot in Atlanta, Georgia, and it was there that she realized that she could pursue her life as an artist here in the US.
Marta works almost exclusively in watercolor and truly believes that the nature of her style is based on this unexpected, fluid medium. She's mostly interested in contrast, distortion, sadness, runny colors, kitsch and obscure pink. Her work is sometimes uplifting, sometimes melancholic, other times abstract, but always emotionally engaging, or so she hopes.
V E R Y M A R T A is Marta's brand name. She uses water media to create scarves, ceramics, fine art and more by making art wearable, useable, beautiful and unique.