A Fresh Take on the Gregory’s Catalogue IOD Paint Inlay
Jonathon Marc Mendes of Painted Love
Have you ever seen something that just knocks your socks off and leaves you wondering where someone got the creative thought to make something the way they did? That’s how we felt when we saw how Jonathon Marc Mendes of Painted Love totally reimagined our Gregory’s Catalogue Paint Inlay.
When most people see this inlay, they interpret it as a large-scale graphic that must be put on a single, centered surface. There is nothing wrong with this use. Heck, we’ve used it this way too!
But what if we looked at it in a new light and choose to see a different vision? That’s exactly what Jonathon did when he applied this inlay across multiple surfaces. It’s unexpected, and that’s part of its magic.
Our challenge for you today is to dig out the paint inlay or transfer that you’ve been hoarding in your closet, waiting for the perfect piece (oh yes, we’re onto you! haha). And see if you can reimagine its use.
How can you do something new and unexpected? How can you push the boundaries (and maybe even get a little uncomfortable!)…so you can create something extraordinary and delightful? Just like Jonathon did with this piece.
Alright, what are you waiting for? Get THOSE hands making and share your results in the Facebook Creative Tribe.
Don’t worry if you’re a beginner. We’ve got you covered with some easy-to-follow techniques and tips on our product 101 pages! We’re honored to be part of your journey of learning and creativity. Be sure to check out the rest of the blog for more great tutorials and inspiration.We can’t wait to see what you’ll discover (and create)! Don’t forget to share your final projects with us in the Facebook Creative Tribe.