A local artist has painted plywood on a house in South Carolina that he says will make the house look like a modern day house.
The artist, named Larry G., said that he is painting plywood in honor of the 60th anniversary of the United States Postal Service, and he hopes to inspire people to see their lives and their future through their own visions.
“I’m hoping people see the house and think about how they’re living in this house and how they feel in their home,” G. said.
“What would happen if we could do it the way we envision?
How would we live?
How much would we be willing to pay?
How big would the house be?
What would be the shape of the house?”
Plywood has been on the market for a while, but G. says that it’s the first time he’s done it in such a way.
“It’s definitely a little bit of a different story,” he said.
“When I was young, it was just a piece of plywood that you could put in a garage.
Now it’s really a big, beautiful piece of concrete and a lot of other things.
So it’s a very exciting time.”
The plywood was done on a roof that is in a neighborhood that’s been impacted by the Charleston wildfires.
The wood has been used in the construction of a new building in South Charleston.
The house that G is painting is currently listed on eBay for $3,500, and it has raised more than $100,000 for the American Red Cross.