There is Class in Art on a Whiteboard Wall (The Ever Changing Wall Art)

One of the trendiest ways to show off your creative expression coupled with your brilliant intelligence is a large whiteboard wall in your home. Nothing could be more fun, yet amazingly beautiful at the same time.

Imagine a party where your guests are invited to break out the colorful Expo dry erase markers and go to town having fun with their own doodles, drawings, and games on the whiteboard.

The minimalistic, sheek and trendy white is one way to go, and a popular one at that. But now you can actually make any color into a dry erase surface, simply by applying a coat of ReMARKable clear dry erase paint over top of any color wall.

The art is really in what you put into it and make of your wall. What’s nice is that it can always change. No need to take down the wallpaper to change out your look – simply wipe to erase and reimagine your space again!

Here is some white board art to inspire your creative juices for your new whiteboard wall in your house!

Design Influences on the Internet

Modern European design leaves its influcences and marks on the world in such a variety of ways.

And it doesn’t just stretch into physical matter and existence, but even enters into the digital realm as well.

We know that much of today’s web design patterns, structures and layouts have been heavily influenced by the minimalistic, simple design movement within European fashion and design.

The new elegant one page theme design and splash landing page layouts with image-centric focus is so similar to some of what you’ll see in modern photography, brand and product design, and more in the European art and design world.

If you’re interested in learning more about design, there are excellent wordpress design tutorials available for a donation at – we support this organization due to their wonderful coaching that has influenced our decisions and choices for our own website, as well as many european designer websites that we are partnered with.

Abstract Jackson Pollack Influence Art Display

A recent trend among the art sophisticated cultures in Europe is to take an entire wall or a room of the house and to do an abstract design throughout the entire space.

It can get really messy, and really wild.

The creation process is fascinating, and we’ve seen some wild stuff. From ballerina style flying with paint splatter to the most crazy thing we’ve seen, loading up paint pellets into a baseball pitching machine and just allowing the paint to fall wherever it will.

It creates vivid color splatter in random formations and patterns all over the room and leaves a random visitor wondering… what happened in here?

It can be fun for conversation, and a social art conversation without a doubt.

No longer is abstract art contained within a canvas, but now it exists without boundaries – why not abstract decorate your entire house, inside and out?

What do you think of Jackson Pollack’s influence on this design trend and idea?

What do you think of abstract paint splatter overall? Appealing or not?abstract-splatter

The Fancy Doodle: Art or Business?

We live in a new age of art, one where the artists are free to draw on the walls, and often while on the clock, at the office in meetings.

That’s right, the Whiteboard paint trends continue to light offices up with brilliant space for infodoodling, brainstorming and mapping out thoughts, processes and expanding the creativity of the team.

White boards can be everywhere now. You can apply a dry erase coating from ReMARKable and turn any piece of furniture, wall, or anything into space to create.

The artist within the business person is finally being freed through the modern doodle and it’s a beautiful thing to see. Visual communication, the forever lost art, that seems to fade with childhood is finally being recognized and appreciated for the tool that it is.

Watch this video to see examples of how dry erase paint is being used in business: