Target

UPDATE: Target Art

Only days ago I wrote a post about using shooting targets as art, and then, low and behold, the exact same target popped up in the show Elementary. 

I am well aware that in this case, and the Brooklyn Nine-Nine example from the previous post, the art is in a law enforcement setting.  But I promise that it looks just as good on a civilian wall.  

 

Elementary: Season 2, Episode 18 - Sherlock Holmes's Living room.  Watson has framed a shooting target as a gift for a colleague who overcame an injury to his shooting hand.  

Elementary: Season 2, Episode 18 - Sherlock Holmes's Living room.  Watson has framed a shooting target as a gift for a colleague who overcame an injury to his shooting hand.  

Target Art

Brooklyn Nine-Nine: Season 1 - Police Sation

Brooklyn Nine-Nine: Season 1 - Police Sation

Using a shooting target as art, can be a cheep easy way to fill up a wall.  The target in the above picture cost 79 cents at the LA Gun Club.

On a show I worked on, we covered a whole wall with targets, and made badass wallpaper......but then the executives thought it wasn't "family friendly", so we took it down.  Boo.

My trip to LA Gun Club taught me I am not good with a hand gun.

My trip to LA Gun Club taught me I am not good with a hand gun.