I am a fan of the morbid, as I recently spoke to a fellow blogger (Ciburbanity) about, and remembered I borrowed a book from my friends Justin & Kym. The book had these really great medical plates of the human body.
I have an 11x17 printer, so I just photocopied the ones I liked.
Today, I cropped them to eliminate the dark photocopy lines from where the page curls into the spine.
Then I simply used the paper that comes in the frame (IKEA, $3) flipped it over, and double-sided taped it down, centered. Looked a little too plain, so I then used a fine-liner ink pen to add some crossed lines.
Then I threw it back in the frames, put up some hanger hooks, and voila.
I think it looks great with my Mart Stam chairs...
Add a silver spray-painted goat (Why? Why NOT?) and the dome from a plastic-based, dated clock....
... and you got another great composition to include Bat Boy, too!
(I loved the musical so much, I bought the bobble-head)
Adding Grey-dog, always completes the look though.To see more Grey-dog and other 'pets on furniture', see Desire To Inspire.
It pays to be cheap.