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Irregular Mesh

Perhaps you’re a little tired of wall decals, and believe me, I understand, but take just a moment to check out this one by Camila León. It’s just the right size; it would look similar to wallpaper in smaller room (say, a powder room), and on a larger wall it would be more of an art focal point. It’s a limited edition (50-piece), so if you’re into it, you better grab it soonish.

Selected as an Editor’s Pick winner from Blik x Doodlers Anonymous

Purchase Information:

Price: $45.00
Available from: Blik Wall Decals

Do what you love / Love what you do

If you don’t do what you love, do something else. And if you can’t (or won’t) do something else, learn to love what you do. Simple enough advice.

Handmade screenprints.
Paper Size: 210 x 297 mm / 8.3 x 11.7 in. (A4)

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Price: $40.00
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Saatchi Online

A little art on a friday never hurt anyone, right? I ran across Saatchi Online the other day, and found there to be quite an array of interesting art starting around the $60 mark and going up into the thousands for originals. So, whether you’ve a few bucks to spend or lots and lots to invest, you might find something that suits your fancy. A few of my favorites are below.

More information:

View Saatchi Online here

Mammoth Collection

Here’s some more affordable art to cut your collector’s teeth on… just a sampling, of course, as there’s lots more to see at THE MAMMOTH COLLECTION.


Purchase Information:

Price: $20.00 and up

Wooden Envelope Template

It’s only fitting that the handmade card you just made gets delivered in its own handmade envelope. This handy and rather cool looking wooden template creates a 4.5 x 6.4” envelope from any material of your choice.

Template measures 7.8 x 11” and is printed with graphical instructions.

Purchase Information:

Price: $6.20
Available from: Etsy

Paper Cut Art by Crafterall

I recently saw these handmade cards at a local store and absolutely had to buy one. Made by Etsy artist Marnie Karger, selling under the store name Crafterall, natural landmarks such as Manhattan and the Great Lakes are recreated in intricate paper cut topographies. Many sizes, styles, and colors are available, so be sure to check out the store.

Purchase Information:

Price: $35.00
Available from: Crafterall

Trapezoid Geo by Lourdes Sanchez

Textile designer Lourdes Sanchez recently collaborated with WestElm and turned some of her textile designs into wall art. I would ordinarily not recommend purchasing artwork from a mass retailer because I usually I believe that art should have some meaning when you choose to purchase it and put it in your home…but I’m a sucker for geometrics and Lourdes is a real artist so I’m going against my better judgement.


Purchase Information:

Price: $179.00
Available from: WestElm

Chase October 2007 by Kate Bingaman-Burt

Just saw this over at Poketo!: In October of 2004, Kate Bingaman-Burt began drawing her credit card statements each month with the goal of doing so until they were all paid off. Now, imagine all that work, and think, if you did the same, would it affect your credit card balance? She has since paid off the original debt.

Letterpress Print edition of 100 8”x 10”


Purchase Information:

Price: $40.00
Available from: Poketo!

World Ocean Floor Map

If recent events have prompted you to understand what’s happening with the earth’s lithosphere, you might appreciate this map as a visual aid. It provides an accurate visual detail of the ocean floor and is available in two sizes, with or without a frame.


Purchase Information:

Price: $39.95
Availability: Buy World Ocean Floor Map here

Gaps and Kites WallArt

Wall tiles had a big heyday a few years ago, and some of these designs by the Dutch company WallArt remind me why. All of their wall tiles are made out of the fibrous residu of sugarcane, making them 100% recycled and compostable/biodegradable. My standout favorites are the Gaps and Kites, but there’s ten other patterns to choose from if you’re interested.

Shinjuku, 6:43

If you haven’t donated to the relief efforts in Japan yet, please consider taking a few moments to do so. Whether you donate directly to American Red Cross or buy one of the many posters/prints/goods whose proceeds will go directly to aid efforts, every little bit helps.

Shown above: Shinjuku, 6:43 by Joseph O. Holmes from 20×200. All of the proceeds from the sale of this print benefits Japan Society’s Earthquake Relief Fund.

Purchase Information:

Price: $20.00
Availability: Buy Shinjuku, 6:43 here

Help Japan Poster

Make a donation of at least $25 towards the relief efforts in Japan and you’ll receive this print from W+K Studio. 100% of the profits goes to the relief fund.

Help Japan Poster

40″ x 26″ 1-color screenprint on Neenah Environment Ultra Bright White 80# Cover.

Purchase Information:

Price: $25.00 donation
Availability: Buy Help Japan Poster here

Three Potato Four Chalkboard

If you’ve never heard of Three Potato Four, and you like antiques and flea market finds, you’re in for a treat. Besides having their own brick and mortar store located in Philadelphia, PA, they’ve now teamed up with Urban Outfitters to design 3-P4, an eight-piece home collection inspired by the items from their shop. Stu Eli, who owns and runs the store with his wife Janet Morales, says their aim was to create items “manufactured for everyday use”.

Shown above: Three Potato Four Chalkboard, $39.00

Purchase Information:

Price: $39.00
Availability: Buy Three Potato Four Chalkboard here

Fortune Posters, Set of 8

Just ran across these Fortune Posters from The Best Part. Each print uses phrases from real fortune cookies collected over the course of the artist’s life. Available individually for $10 or as a set of 8 for $50… not bad for art on a budget.

12″ x 18″ prints.


Purchase Information:

Price: $50.00
Available from: The Best Part

20×200: Favorites

Here’s a selection prints from 20×200 for your viewing pleasure. Most prints are available in different sizes, and prices range from $20 for an 8″x10″ up to $2000 for 30″x40″.

Note: Most images are cropped to fit our slideshow format, fyi. Also, sometimes the slideshows load slowly, so patience might be needed.

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View 20×200: Favorites here