Unless your child is the next Monet, I think it’s fair to say that it’s not too often that other people want to buy your child’s art.
However, online art gallery Jellybeanstreet is turning that notion on its head and the best part? It’s for charity.
All parents have to do is send through their child’s finger painting, then, thanks to Jellybeanstreet’s team of talented graphic artists, it will be transformed into a high quality abstract art piece.
Custom designed to match with the decor of your home or to a specific colour and style, you will then be given five designs to choose from before the final artwork is prepared, printed and delivered to your door.
Then the truly unique part starts! Your child’s completed design is added to the Jellybeanstreet online art gallery for others to view and purchase. Every time your print is sold, Jellybeanstreet will share the profits with your child and also contribute important funds to your chosen children’s charity.
A selection of the Jellybeanstreet artworks are currently showing at the Women’s and Children’s Hospital in Adelaide, the exhibition is set to tour other children’s hospitals in Australia later in the year.