If one painting makes that one girl in your pad think you're cultured, imagine what ever-new, constantly-rotating paintings would make...that same one girl think. Seriously, you should've never moved in with your aunt. For a just-launched service providing exactly that, check out TurningArt
Ingeniously dreamed-up by an ex-San Diegan who found himself faced with "a bunch of empty walls", TA's a Boston-based service that'll deliver you swappable art prints (with the number of pieces/timing left to your discretion) for a flat monthly fee, meaning it's essentially an art Netflix, as opposed to an arty Netflix -- omg, that would absolutely kill at Claremont McKenna! How it works: browse through hundreds of works by over 35 artists separated by style, medium, and price (of the original piece), select your re-usable 19"x23" frame (gold or black), queue up your faves, and finally pick a plan, which range from unlimited swaps down to a new one every three months, or what they call at Claremont McKenna, "a hot streak". Current pieces range from traditional to conceptual, with works including "Urban Sprawl" and its off-kilter 'scrapers exploding outward towards the 'burbs, "Blackjack Baptist" with a foreboding dark church, and "Hello", featuring a haggard woman and the text "hello I noticed you from across the room", totally ruining your plans for Scooby Do-style eye-hole peeping
For the generously arty, subscriptions can be purchased for decoratively challenged friends all over the country, assuming your aunt's impressed enough to finally give you that allowance.