This has nothing to do with writing, except for the fact that I have to type the post out which is technically writing.
I wouldn't say I'm a huge art fan, but once in awhile certain artists or pieces will speak to me. The problem is art can be REALLY expensive, and when my tastes are so fickle, I have trouble spending that kind of money on something I may not like a month down the road.
What to do? Nothing replaces the real thing, of course, but I created a miniature art-gallery for my fridge / desk awhile back. I found these magnetic sleeves at the drug store:
For my desk I used these acrylic frames:
You could use real frames if you wanted, I couldn't find any reasonably priced (I had a couple dozen I wanted to make for my cubicle walls)
Then I went to art.com and browsed their inventory. I saved off images I liked,
I arranged them into a Word doc (to save paper) and printed them out on nice paper. Then just cut and frame! I wish I still had mine to show you (fickle, remember?). I had one set on my fridge at home and another on my desk at work. In fact, I love this idea so much, I think I might do it again.