Prints Posters Wall Art


This is a fun sort of way to keep track of your travels. You scratch off the areas/countries you’ve been to, thereby revealing the colors and facts underneath. It would certainly put into perspective how much of the world you’ve seen, wouldn’t it?

Update: The ScratchMap is back-ordered, but it’s expected to ship end of February.

Purchase Information:

Price: $24.00
Available from: UncommonGoods

La Lune print

Man, I need to stay away from Svpply, there’s so many things that I’d love to buy, it’s downright dangerous. This print was inspired by old classroom wall charts and is printed with archival quality inks. The A4 size of this print has already sold out, so you better act quick if you want one of your own. There’s also an A1 (23.4 × 33.1 inches) size for €95.00.

Limited edition of 50.

Purchase Information:

Price: €50.00
Available from: Double Merrick

Source: Svpply

Fred Tomaselli Tree

I do hope you’re navigating Cyber Monday with aplomb. There are so many sales offering 15%-30% off it’s pretty much impossible to name them all, but I’m sure you’ve snapped up some bargains, or will have done so before the day is done.

As the holiday season is officially in full swing, might I direct your eyes to this self-adhesive tree wall sticker by Fred Tomaselli? Measuring in at 72″ high (6′) and 17″ wide, it’ll fit into any tight corner, and, with no annoying needles to sweep up and no ornaments to worry about, it’s just about the easiest tree to have.


Purchase Information:

Price: $125.00
Availability: Buy Fred Tomaselli Tree here

Three “Vintage” Posters by Eva Juliet

So, I’m a sucker for for old-timey font combined with positive sayings. These three prints are from Eva Juliet’s originally designed “Vintage” collection and are surprisingly affordable when bought as a group. Individually they cost about $30 for a 13″x19″, which isn’t so bad either (see Everything is gonna be allright 13×19).


Purchase Information:

Price: $66.00
Available from: Eva Juliet's Etsy Shop

Typographic Maps

From a distance or first glance you may notice something a bit funny about these maps. A closer inspection will reveal that the graphics are actually made entirely from type. It’s easy to assume that such a daunting task would have been delegated to a computer program, but you’d be quite wrong. Every word has been manually placed, a process that took hundreds of hours to complete. At the moment, Chicago and Boston boston are available. They are made and ordered to print through Zazzle, so prices start at $15 for a 11 x 16, all the way up to $195 for a monumental 52 x 78” poster.


Purchase Information:

Price: $30.00
Availability: Buy Typographic Maps here

Framework print

Shane from EveryGuyed emailed us about Framework, a series of posters highlighting the most iconic men’s eyewear of the last 100 years. Personally, I like the ‘Framework’ print (shown above) more than the individual posters, but that’s just me.


Purchase Information:

Price: $30.00
Available from: Moxy Creative House

Gazelle and Rhino Wall Sculpture Trophies

So a modern version of trophy sculptures are not a new thing in decorating, and we’ve seen a few of them over the past few years, but what I like about these is that they are so supremely modern and minimal with their white finishes and come with a relatively small price tag considering some of the other versions out there.


Purchase Information:

Price: $78.00 and up.
Available from: Urban Outfitters

200pt 2010 Art Prints

Inspired by motivational posters from the 1980’s, the Tiens bon-cherie collection from 200pt combines kitschy phrases with elegant French patterns and modern typography. They have a nice sort of minimal appeal, don’t they?

shown above: “Bright Evening Scene” Print 13×19, $50.00


Purchase Information:

Price: $50.00
Available from: 200pt

A Grand Taxonomy of Rap Names

Should you need some classification in order to understand and absorb the wonderful world of rap, add this print to your list. Arranged according to semantics, there’s 266 sobriquets from the rap music genre.

Purchase Information:

Price: $20.00
Available from: Pop Chart Lab

Source: Boing Boing

studiokmo Mapcuts

Check out these intricate hand cut maps by studiokmo over on Etsy. There’s several cities to choose from, in either white or color, and if you can’t quite afford the larger versions, don’t fret because there’s smaller sizes available (shown below).


More information:

View studiokmo Mapcuts here

Say Yes More Than No Poster

I’ve posted some of Anthony Burrill’s posters before, but this one he made specifically to help raise funds for the Do Lectures, which are a set of talks in West Wales each year that focus on inspiring people to ‘Do’ things.

To learn more, visit Do Lectures site.

Purchase Information:

No longer available.

Best Made Company Map Prints

Best Made Company is best known for their expensive, hand painted, and elaborately packaged axes that have received quite the amout of press since their release. Their latest in repurposing and remixing products comes in the shape of these “Everywhere” posters, which are wood block prints on found vintage maps. These are in very limited quantities for the first run, so act quick if you see one that you like.


Purchase Information:

Price: $50.00
Availability: Buy Best Made Company Map Prints here

Source: Bangback

The Working Proof

More art! Just ran across The Working Proof, which donates 15% of each print’s sale to a charity of the artist’s choice. The Working Proof was founded by Anna Corpron and Sean Auyeung, also known as Sub-Studio.

Two Dahlias (left), by Frances Pelzman Liscio, $100.00
11 in. x 17 in. (image is 10.25 in. x 14 in.)

Bleuités (right), by Irwin Barbé, $30.00
8.5 in. x 11 in. (image is 6 in. x 9 in.)

Purchase Information:

Price: $30.00
Availability: Buy The Working Proof here

Art+Culture Editions

Add another website to your list of (somewhat) affordable art. Art+Culture Editions features artists such as Nick Cave, Chuck Close, Vik Muniz, Eric Fischl, Sally Mann and more, with some prints starting around $50 for a 12″ x17″. I picked a more expensive one to feature above (sorry), but there’s more below that are priced at a lower range. Right now they’ve got a promotion going on that if you spend $100+, you get a free Gursky print. Not a bad deal.

Shown above:
Bathers Under Bridge by Youngsuk Suh, $2,400.00

Some more favorites shown below, with links and prices.

More information:

View Art+Culture Editions here

Atlas Tapestry

It’s easy to be a sucker for a map graphics, and we’ve certainly featured a few items —Land Carpet, Haptic Lab Quilts, Magnetic Future Map, Places on Earth — on the blog before that would go well in any well traveled or geography nerd’s household. I’d like to add this new Atlas Tapestry from Urban Outfitters to this list, not because it’s particularly unique, but because it’s both incredibly affordable and versatile. Hang it on the wall, use it as a bedsheet, or use it for pretty much any fabric-related project you can think of.  Material is 100 percent cotton and is available in orange or blue.

Dimensions: 90″w, 108″l (Fits a Full/Queen)
Material: Cotton

Purchase Information:

Price: $36.00
Availability: Buy Atlas Tapestry here