Welcome to Eye Pop Art

Christine Claringbold of Portland, Oregon brings you a kaleidoscopic array of original designs to help you decorate your home and brighten up your world. Featuring mandala art, home decor, and accessories made from recycled vinyl records and other repurposed materials.

As seen on KOIN TV's Keep It Local:


Featured Product: Mandala Pinwheels


Created for Live Debris 2009, the Mandala Pinwheels are now available online from Uncommon Goods, and will be in their Summer 2010 catalog.

Click here to order.




Above: A Picasso-style piece, created by Julius Claringbold
(Christine's son) for the Duniway Art Show when
he was in first grade.

He titled it "Eye Pop," which was the inspiration for
Christine's business name, Eye Pop Art.






Crafty Wonderland

Saturday, May 1 and Sunday, May 2
11 am - 5pm
Oregon Convention Center
777 NE MLK Jr. Blvd., Portland, OR

Recycled Arts Festival

June 26 - 27
Esther Short Park
Vancouver, WA
9am - 4pm each day


Creative Reuse Book

Christine Claringbold of Eye Pop Art is a contributor to the book 1000 Ideas for Creative Reuse by Garth Johnson. Buy it on Amazon.


Visit the Eye Pop Art Blog for all the latest news

Christine Bailey Claringbold's Facebook profile 


Recent Press:

Glamour Magazine
The Daily Guff

See press page for more.



Eye Pop products are now available online from Dignity Regained, Go Green Items, Eco Friend Online, Buy Green, Magpie Lovely, Modern Vintage Attic and Everything Eco.

In Portland, OR you can find Eye Pop products at Trillium Artisans, Frock, Motokitty, Seven Planet, 100th Monkey Studio, Local Goods, and Tender Loving Empire.

Special colored vinyl record cuffs now available at Queen Bee Studio & Store and Pop-Up Shoppe.

See Galleries & Events for more locations and news.


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