Billion Dollar Art Gallery Turns Your Monitor Into Posh Decor


When Your not Melting Your Brain on the Latest Reality Show, or Losing Your Mind on a Video Game, Show Your Sophisticated Side With The Billion Dollar Art Gallery USB.

The Billion Dollar Art Gallery in a box reminds you there is more to life than the brainwashing of the boob tube with over 500 iconic works of art from history’s most notable artisans. Each elaborate work comes with interesting facts about the depiction.

The Billion Dollar Art Gallery USB works with any TV/Monitor with a USB port, but the most enjoyment is on a large TV or Ultra High Def screen, where you can see the brush strokes and cracks in the paint. You may reconsider that vacation spent standing in line at the Paris art museums.

You can enjoy over 500 works from artisans, such as, Childe Hassam (Allies Day, May 1917), Rembrandt, and Georges Seurat (A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte).

The stylish chrome USB comes in a finished maple wood storage box. Just plug into the USB receptor and choose how long you want to display each work. Learn more about the paintings through on screen displays and even more by referencing the free painting guide on your phone at

You may be thinking the Billion Dollar Art Gallery is the ultimate unique gift idea for any art lover. You would be right. But it is also a great gift for anyone with an office at work or home and would like to classy up the place. Realtors use it to amp up there showings instead of having a blank TV screen. Lazy employees use it as a distraction tool.

So, you see there is a little room in everyone’s life for some really unique art. The Billion Dollar Art Gallery makes a great affordable gift for birthdays, retirement, office gift exchanges, housewarming, or just a unique gift for someone who wants nothing.

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Jay has been a web designer since 2010. He is the Chief Editor at Beyond Box Gifts. When he is not trimming his beard with fire, you can usually find him face first in a burrito bowl.


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