21/09/2016
Cool shit for your wall.

Words by

Tara Smith

You know that one blank spot on your wall that just screams basic?

You know the one. Picture hook sitting idly, faint chipping around its edges, and a slight shadow where previous art once proudly sat?

You pretend you don’t see it every day, but you do.

Well the era of basic walls is over, because we’ve found an artist who creates hand drawn prints for under $50, and they’re REALLY COOL.

Dom Gauci is the artist behind DG designs. She creates geometric and dot-based illustrations of everyone from Drizzy to Bowie, plus other cool stuff like sausage dogs and elephants.

If celebs and sausage dogs ain’t your thing (really?) custom designs are also available on request.

You can check out Dom’s designs here, otherwise head straight on over to the online shop to buy a print or 10.

domgaucidesigns.com.au

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