Having your very own collection of various works art whether it’s a collection of painting painted by famous painters of the past or, a hall filled with life-sized sculptures, is already considered as a luxury that is only reserved to the few members of the topmost spot of our society, the rich ones. You see, a simple painting, no matter how boring the subject may be, can now cost as much as a second-hand car in the market owing to the mere fact that some of the paintings that are usually sold through auctions are actually works of some of the most-recognized, multi-awarded figures in the history of art. In fact, some art collectors, mostly celebrities in the entertainment industry and politicians, are even willing to spend millions on certain artistic artefacts because they can see the value of these items and they also believe that these items will bring them more fortune in the future because unlike other collectible items, the monetary value of any given art collection that is properly maintained and kept in pristine condition has the tendency to increase and by the time a collector decides to hold an auction for his collectibles, his collection will be an instant hit in terms of the money it can generate. Nowadays, photos and paintings that are printed by companies who do professional canvas printing Melbourne, are now among the items that are usually collected by celebrities.
Last May of 2017, legendary singer and composer, Elton John, together with his life partner, David Furnish, had begun rationalizing their art collection that has been display in various homes in Atlanta, Los Angeles, London, Venice and southern France. In fact, some of them, including some art works that were printed via canvas printing Melbourne, had been put into auction in Sydney in Down Under Australia. Just to give you an idea as to how serious is Elton John as a collector, one of the canvases he owned was auctioned up to 150,000 US Dollars. In fact, while Elton John is a known art collector, what the public doesn’t now is that he usually buys art works in Australia.