Karusoma artworks are by nature more rough than polished, especially the ones created on upcycled materials such as old billboards. There might be some dents or small holes and the line between the painting and the frame may not be even all around. If you are cautious about such imperfections, then you will probably be better off by choosing a painting created on canvas.
Most artworks have been created using acrylics, but mixed media, house paints, spray, crayons, markers, collage, ink and oils are also sometimes used. Artworks created on board are framed with hand-painted wood frames that go well with the modern look of the artworks. Artworks created on canvas are not framed, because that is the look that Ville prefers. The sides of these artworks are painted to suit the style of the painting. Of course, you can always have your canvas Karusoma artwork framed later after you have received it, if you so desire.
Generally, Ville aims to create art pieces that he likes and to get there he uses whatever tools and materials he can get his hands on. All Karusoma artworks are one-of-a-kind original creations. No prints are offered.