The words affordable, large, high quality, and wall art are not normally mixed in the same sentence. This is until BIG Wall Décor came along. They changed the game of wall art in a variety of ways. Most notably by making large wall art affordable. Not only have they done that, they have revolutionized transportation of artwork by printing their pieces on durable fabric rather than on a fragile canvas. And the art designs printed on the fabric? Those designs are made exclusively by artists with aspirations to make a name for themselves in the art world. BIG Wall Décor is not your average wall art.
BIG Wall Décor has coined the name ArtFab for the fabric that they use when printing their artwork. The fabric is designed specifically for high-definition printing with lasting quality. Unlike a canvas that will tear, scratch, and eventually fade over time, ArtFab does not have any of these characteristics. Rather, it is durable, swappable, and is easy to move. The frames provided with BIG Wall Décor pieces can easily be disassembled. Since the prints are on a fabric material, they can be rolled and folded for easy storage. What’s the catch? There isn’t one; BIG Wall Décor is in the business of transforming living spaces in a way that is convenient and manageable for the consumer. One consumer that BIG Wall Décor really benefits is real estate agents. Their innovative product makes staging luxury homes faster, easier, and more affordable. Recently, on the new season of Selling Sunset, multiple pieces from BIG Wall Décor were featured in various houses.
Behind every piece at BIG Wall Décor is a real, authentic artist. The consumer of BIG Wall Décor is someone who cares about supporting those artists and helping them in achieving BIG’s mission of putting top emerging artists on the map. Creating an opportunity for people to feel connected to the artist in their home is something that BIG is passionate about. BIG’s site not only promotes art from real artists, they also feature insight into what inspires and motivates their artists. Thanks to the artist pages and Q&A section for each artist, the consumer learns what tools the artist uses, can follow the artists on social media, and overall gets to know the artist more personally. Some of the over 70 artists featured on the BIG site include Karine Tonial Grimm of Brazil, Jess Loiterton of Hawaii, and Frank Moth of Greece.
The impact that BIG has had, not only with consumers but with artists as well, has been extensive. Their reach has no sign of stopping any time soon, which increases the opportunity for wall art lovers to be exposed to new designs and new artists.