Adding some abstract colour, à la Jackson Pollock, to your living or working space doesn't have to cost you a year's rent. It's nothing resembling authentic, but using spaghetti to paint is a seriously fun project.
Although the tutorial Otterhopdotcom put together for Instructables is geared towards painting with children, the technique can be used by anyone who wants to lay down some interpretive paint. All you need are some shallow bowls, paint, cooked spaghetti, and a blank surface to paint on—whether that surface is a small canvas or your office wall is up to you. Throw some spaghetti in each bowl and stir it around, then commence with the twirling, slapping, dripping, and spinning of spaghetti to canvas to create your colorful abstract masterpiece. For lots of pictures and some additional tips, check out the full tutorial at the link below. How to Use Spaghetti to Paint Like Jackson Pollock [Instructables]