Two CCAD roommates have a landlord who lets them use every wall in their apartment as a canvas and their love for interior design has transformed their place in the German Village neighborhood of Columbus into a colorful space.
Justine Arreche (Advertising & Graphic Design, ’11) and Molly Savage (Fine Arts, ’12) have filled the rental property with their own creations, collections and friends’ artwork. The roommates have even transformed one of the exposed brick walls that are iconic in German Village architecture into a brick-lined photo gallery.
Their creative work is featured in a recent newspaper article. To see their do-it-yourself style and to read the full article go to www.columbusalive.com.
Go to Arreche’s website to learn more about her art and design.
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