Finally, Affordable Wall Decorations from Vicarious Eye
Now anyone can impress with cheap professional photo prints of exotic destinations they can buy online.
Washington, DC (PRWEB) July 28, 2010
Most people can’t afford art when it costs a fortune, especially in today’s economy. But beautiful decorations shouldn’t only be for the wealthy. Everyone should be able to add color and culture to their walls without the anxiety of spending a lot of money. Vicarious Eye (http://vicariouseye. com) gives people the chance to impress visitors to their home or office with professional photography for less than ten dollars—a steal compared to the competition.
What makes Vicarious Eye so unique? The purpose of most other photography sites on the internet is to sell stock images to companies for download, so these companies can then use the image in their marketing or advertising campaigns. The sites make visitors sift through tens of thousands of photos and often sign up for a monthly subscription. Vicarious Eye is different because it is devoted to the home decorator. The online gallery is very easy to navigate, only the best photos are displayed, and the check-out process is hassle-free. Prints are shipped internationally in secure packaging. The site isn’t cluttered with advertising or a lot of distracting text. The colorful photos are the centerpiece.
The photos transport the viewer to exotic parts of the world and inspire the imagination. Images are of beaches, streets, markets, religious sites, and people going about their daily lives throughout Asia. The countries currently on display include Uzbekistan, Japan, Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, Cambodia, and Turkey. These are destinations most people only dream of visiting. But through Vicarious Eye’s photos, anyone can enjoy a glimpse of Asia.
About Vicarious Eye (http://vicariouseye. com) :
Vicarious Eye was launched by Yohann de Silva in July 2010. He spent a number of years living and traveling throughout Asia, capturing images of life around him. He printed and framed these images and turned his home into a gallery. Visitors loved the photographs and asked for copies. He created Vicarious Eye to make these photos available to everyone. For more information and to see his photographs, visit http://vicariouseye. com (http://vicariouseye. com)