The human eye seeks out simplicity and organization. This instinct is especially strong in spring when cultures around the world traditionally clean and declutter their living space. BIG Wall Decor, the world’s largest online oversized art retailer, announced a new collection celebrating the season’s fresh feel.
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Prints in the recently launched Minimalist collection feature abundant white space balanced with splashes of striking color. Themes range from Artur Chen’s bright abstract pieces to geometric art from Karine Tonial Grimm. Those who prefer less abstract looks may enjoy works from emerging artists like Arytron, Underdott, and Zachary Snellenberger.
After the gloom of winter, the human brain naturally seeks light, according to scientists. The increasing brightness of springtime balances the Circadian rhythm, helping humans sleep better at night and feel more alert in the sunshine. Minimalist art emphasizes this draw toward illumination and white space to infuse the environment with a calm, restful vibe. Though it creates this effect year-round, it particularly lends itself to the return of natural light and instinctual drive for order.
BIG Wall Decor believes that embracing this innate drive can help create a state of serenity in the home. Likewise, it can establish a tranquil environment that puts overwhelmed visitors and customers at ease.
“While the instinct might be that ‘blank is boring,’ your eyes actually crave this simplicity,” a company official explained. “It gives your overstimulated brain a chance to rest.”
Many of these clean, uncluttered pieces will remain on-trend once spring passes. But the lightweight fabric construction of BIG Wall Decor’s offerings makes them easy to rotate if desired when the season changes. The oversized prints come in both rectangular and square silhouettes in several sizes and frame choices.
Though the store is exclusively online, BIG Wall Decor works with designers to distribute art that directly supports the artist. Its affordable offerings make art accessible in the home, professional office, or other spaces that demand a focal point.
For more information, visit https://bigwalldecor.com
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