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Mid-Century Fish Watercolors

Mel and I were cruising local antique shops today and stumbled across these fantastic abstract fish watercolors. These are still so vibrant and are in great condition.

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The artist signed these pieces André. We researched him and really didn’t find any info on him.

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These pieces are a cool addition to our undersea pieces.

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It felt great to be out antiquing today with Mel. It was a much needed break from unpacking. We have some other pieces we found that we will share soon.

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1974 Supergraphic System

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As with any approach we take to decorating, we always want to create layers of interest. When I saw this vintage painting system on eBay I knew it would help make our place look like it was right out of that era.

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This kit was produced in 1974. The idea is a DIY process to create wall designs that were so popular during the 70’s.

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I dig the shirt!

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I plan to apply this process to a couple of walls in our home. I will blog about the process and hopefully inspire folks to do it themselves.

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Our kit appears to be complete and never used!

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Here is all the support literature to help you produce these fantastic images.

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The instruction booklet had photos of numerous applications, here are some of those photos…

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The next couple of images are used as a reference for color options.

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I hope the process is as easy as it looks. If it is, I don’t know if any wall will be safe!

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