Our Five to Frame series brings you five exceptional pieces of art to discover, each one handpicked to elevate your home and make your walls truly stand out.
Located 30 miles south of Seattle, the Invisible Creatures' barn studio sits on 10 acres of beautiful farmland. Inside, the multi-talented duo of Don and Ryan Clark dream up and put to ink their own interpretations of local landmarks, retro space posters, whimsical creatures, gig posters, biblical stories and much more.
Enjoy five of their signature pieces below, each available in the custom frame of your choice, and follow @icreature on Instagram for more creative goodness.
An Angel Appears
One of the scenes from The Biggest Story, a 530 page Bible story book illustrated by Don Clark.
This tribute to Cinerama, the iconic 60's theater in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Seattle, was commissioned by the theater to mark a major technology and seating renovation completed in 2013.
This idealized view of one of the most popular beaches on Puget Sound was commissioned by Seattle Parks and Recreation.
In the future we find an underwater research campus devoted to ocean restoration and planetary flourishing. From a series of stunning posters commissioned by The World's Fair Co.