Prints Posters Wall Art

ABC Photogram

A is for Arc, B is for Butterfly… see if you can guess all the objects that Dutch Osborne found and photographed for this particular piece. And just so you know, it was a winner in the AIGA (American Institute of Graphic Arts) typography category.

photographic paper
38″ x 27″

Purchase Information:

Price: $68.00
Available from: Spring 3d

London Street Map

Cycling routes and greenways are highlighted in this London Street Map. Made by Future Maps, a variety of formats are available, including a magnetized version as well as a plastic coated print for using dry erase markers.

Size: 1300 x 1000mm
Paper map starts at £36.00.

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Price: £36.00
Available from: Future Maps

Earth Day Series

There’s some eye-catching Earth Day giclée prints over at Wanderlust. For each print sold, £5 to £15 will be donated to charity (Oxfam and Doctors Without Borders).

Size 1: 210mm x 300mm, £10.00
Size 2: 300mm x 410mm, £20.00
Size 3: 420mm x 600mm, £30.00

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Price: £10.00
Availability: Buy Earth Day Series here

Prints by Lesley & Pea

Here’s two prints by Lesley and Pea to give you a gentle kick in the pants, if you need it.

Left: ‘Fail Better’ print, 25.00 (inspired by the words of Nobel Prize winner Samuel Beckett.)
Right: Aardvark Manifesto, 25.00

Purchase Information:

Price: 25.00
Availability: Buy Prints by Lesley & Pea here

Magnetic Future Map

This magnetic map uses cylindrical equal area projection which means countries are correct proportionally. Funny how this map looks a little different than the ones hanging in our elementary schools, isn’t it? Each size map features a different color palette; the larger size (shown above) is yellow/green while the smaller size is pink/green.

Stainless steel magnets included.
Designed by Marcus Kirby of Future Maps

Purchase Information:

Price: $382.50
Availability: Buy Magnetic Future Map here

Keep Calm and Snap On Print

Sure, the whole ‘keep calm and carry on’ thing is getting a bit overdone, but this is geared towards the photographer, so it’s permissible. Plus, it’s super cheap, so it might cheer up a bare bit of wall.

13 x 19″ matte archival stock

Purchase Information:

Price: $15.00
Availability: Buy Keep Calm and Snap On Print here

Tree Prints by Bryan Nash Gill

Woodcut prints will always fascinate me. The end results usually are impressive enough as it is, but knowing the time and patience to get there just adds to the appreciation. These tree prints by Bryan Nash Gill certainly offer a new kind of woodcut experience, by letting the trees speak for themselves.

Two prints are available, the Locust and the Hemlock, which are $800 and $4000 respectively.

Photo Credit: Ashes and Milk.

More pictures after the jump: (more…)

Places on Earth World Map

A large map on a wall always adds a certain kind of charm to a room, especially ones that show personalized marks of travels. Artist Oliver Jeffers provides a hand-drawn map for those looking for something a bit more offbeat than typical maps available to purchase. Comes with pins too, to “chart your path to total global domination.”

*Created exclusively for the You and Me, The Royal We by Oliver Jeffers
*Each print comes with 202 pins.
*Dimensions: 34.5″ x 26.25″

Purchase Information:

Price: $180.00
Available from: Gessato

Little Paper Planes

It’s never too late to start an art collection, and don’t you dare say you can’t afford it because there’s several sites out there that will prove you wrong. Maybe you can’t afford big-city-major-gallery-brand-name art (goodness knows most of us can’t), but there’s quite a bit of ‘budget’ art that runs around $20-$100 for smaller prints. I personally got lost on Little Paper Planes* the other day, and ended up buying three small prints for under $100, which is not bad at all. So, if you’ve got some blank walls begging for a lil’ bit of art, check it out.

shown above, left to right:

Sweet Like Harmony Print by Kelly Allen, $65.00
Christie Print by Alika Cooper, $50.00
Helen Ireland Print by Erin Gilkes, $20.00
Julia Rothman Letterpress Print by Julia Rothman, $25.00
Universe Kite Print by Brandi Strickland, $30.00

*and no, they didn’t pay us to plug their site, just in case you were feeling skeptical.

Purchase Information:

Price: $20.00
Availability: Buy Little Paper Planes here

FOOD Print by beauchamping

If you look closely at the top print, you can see the animals’ shadows make a sentence. I’d seen the ‘STATES UNITED’ print (bottom right) before somewhere, but looking at the whole collection of prints makes me appreciate each individual one even more.

*All prints are created using a xylene transfer process*. Its like a screenprint, but without the screen, and the artwork is hand-transferred inch by inch over a long hour. Each xylene print is an original, slightly different from the last, all signed and numbered.

FOOD (2009), 30 22 inches, $75.00
ALPHABET (2009), 30 x 22 inches, $75.00
STATES UNITED (2009), 22 x 30 inches, $75.00

Visit beauchamping’s Etsy shop.

Purchase Information:

Price: $75.00
Availability: Buy FOOD Print by beauchamping here

Art History Print by Vuk Vidor

Think of this print as an expensive cheat sheet.

The prize for the best art history goes without doubt to Vuk Vidor, an artist from Belgrade working in Paris. His mural called ‘Art History’ is a list; on each line he links an artist to his/her cultural impact in three words. He is so efficient that he tackles over 30 in his piece. So for example he writes ‘Mondrian owns Geometry’, ‘Pollock owns Drippings’, ‘Warhol owns Pop’, ‘Botero owns Fat’ and ‘Munch owns Despair’.

Art history (part one – version C)
Medium silkscreen
Size 41.4 x 29.3 in. / 105.2 x 74.3 cm. Year 2004 – 2009 Edition 200
Misc. Signed

Purchase Information:

Price: $450.00
Availability: Buy Art History Print by Vuk Vidor here

Vintage UK bus signs

There are some UK bus signs in Abigail Ahern’s book A Girl’s Guide to Decorating–and if you were wondering where to get one, you can find them on Etsy.

[via Ascot Friday]

Purchase Information:

Price: $400.00
Availability: Buy Vintage UK bus signs here

Source: Via

Ink Posters

Screen prints are one of my favorite ways to add interest to a wall without having to spend too much money.
I’m particularly fond of the works of Ink Posters–they’re simple, modern and not too fussy.

[via things i have seen]

Purchase Information:

Price: £35 and up
Availability: Buy Ink Posters here

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Berkley Illustration Animal Portraits

My oh my, only $10 for some delightful animal portraits. These would be great grouped together like a family picture wall. There are a ton of animals to choose from, so don’t be discouraged if these aren’t your favorites. I’m tempted to collect a few myself.

5×7 print, $10.00
8×10 print, $18.00
11×14 print, $35.00

Buy it here.

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Price: $10.00
Availability: Buy Berkley Illustration Animal Portraits here

Air Lines Poster

This art project shows every scheduled flight on any given day with fine lines from the point of origin to the destination. Thousands of lines form dark knots in the busier areas with lighter lines showing less frequented locations, all which define the continents rather than the land/sea relationship. I tend to like the resulting ghost-like net of lines. I might just buy one.

White or Black available.
(The white on black poster is limited to a print run of only 100.)
Each poster is printed on state of the art offset printers on high quality heavyweight fine-art paper. Securely packed and shipped in cardboard mailing tube.

$38.00, Buy it here.

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Price: $38.00
Availability: Buy Air Lines Poster here