@ inanimate art, we want to be the artistic hands that you may not have
These drawings are what gave life to the concept of Inanimate Art. These pieces give life and personality to objects that we encounter and use every day. They can be serious, nerdy, quirky, realistic, childish, or any other characteristic. Meant to be a small, comical, pick-me-up, all are hand drawn upon request.
The second addition to work consigned out of Inanimate Art are The Portraits. Once a few of these were designed, gifted, and marketed, the demand pushed this project into our most valued product. Carli's ability to convey specific emotions, keep the true figure of one's face, and add in a cartooned element makes these a great way to capture one's character.
For these pieces, a customer approached Inanimate Art with an idea and, to put it simply, we make the art that they wanted. One of our main goals at Inanimate Art is to make the art that the customer wants. Carli found out short into her career that she is more motivated by making art that she knows will be appreciated by its owner, rather than trying to propagate her own style into a state of appreciation.
The first piece is a painting on a large canvas.
The second piece is a painting on a medium canvas.
The last pieces are smaller drawings.
Stick n Poke
Tattooing has been a long time interest to Carli, and in the winter of 2016 she made her first venture into skin art. We are grateful for the people who were willing to let Carli work on them, and are very happy with the results.
The method she uses is stick n poke. Instead of using a machine, she sticks the skin, by hand, with an ink dipped needle. Since skin is a living canvas, ample research was conducted in making sure that proper, sterile methods were used to keep the skin safe. The process takes much longer than with a machine, but it is definitely a different experience than with machine.
The larger pieces in this section were designed by Carli and done by an artist with a machine.
These are pieces that Carli created during her art studies, or for herself.
We've only got one so far, and have come up with a great offer in hopes ofmaking more!