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Wanderer Print by RISINGgoods

If you’re looking for inexpensive art, you’d do well to check out the offerings on Valerie Rubinaccio’s RISINGgoods Etsy shop. There’s quite a few pleasing geometric landscapes, and they’d make an impact without leaving a huge hole in your wallet.

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Price: $28.00
Available from: RISINGgoods on Etsy

Hand Drawn Map of London

This charming hand drawn map of London by Jenni Sparks shows the boroughs, neighborhoods, and landmarks, as well as quite a few other hallmarks like celebrity birthplaces and local markets. And, yes, even the tube map, so don’t fret. The detail won’t disappoint (more images below).


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Price: £130.00
Available from: Evermade

The Universe and The Galaxy

There’s nothing like a few space prints to make you look like a complete nerd smartypants, and I’d vote for these two by Mike Gottschalk. They’re inexpensive and impressive with just enough text to put things in perspective. (Pretty perfect for those of us not afraid of being nerds.) These prints are also available framed or on stretched canvases, fyi.

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Price: $18.00 each
Available from: society6

Source: Via

World Map (Black)

Sure, a world map is okay wall art, especially as you can try to absorb something while you’re staring off into space not working, but what about a black world map, that will look even better once you add your own scribbles and notes to it? That would be pretty cool, and a very excellent way to chart your travels around the world.

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Price: $13.90

“what i see when i run” posters

This is proof that botanicals are excellent as art. Francis Ooi started the “what i see when i run” photography project as a way to fill his blank walls, and now we can all benefit from his endeavor. The posters are affordable too- just $45. Also, check out/follow Francis Ooi’s tumblr for other impressive botanical photography.

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Price: $45.00
Available from: what i see when i run

Airport Runway Screenprints

Airports are essentially just another means of transportation, but the distance covered and time it takes to travel leaves deeper impressions on people than just a simple car or subway ride. We all have at least one airport that we hold dear to heart one way or another. Whether you have an emotional connection with one, or maybe you’ve got hometown pride for your favorite airport, these Airport Runway Screenprints by Nomo Design will beautifully adorn your wall. Each 18 x 24” print features an international airport’s floorplan screenprinted white on black French Paper Co. paper. Two dollars of every Runway Poster sold goes to the Challenge Air Program, a program that builds self-esteem and confidence of children and youth with specials needs, through the experience of flight.

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Price: $26.00
Available from: NOMO Shop

Source: Design Milk

World Map by Joff Casciani

If you like maps, you might just appreciate this world map with its simple graphics showing every country in the world, numbered in alphabetical order. Available unframed (£55) or framed (£109) in an aluminum matte black finish.

Size: 50cm x 70cm
Design: Joff Casciani

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Price: £55.00
Available from: Lane

Richard Tipping Signs

Designed by Richard Tipping, these signs play with familiar images and text that will have you looking twice.

Open/Closed Sign, $18.00, from Design Warehouse Sante Fe
‘Come in we’re Closed’ or ‘Sorry We’re Open’. Either way just isn’t right for most folks. Durable plastic. 8″ H | 12″ D

One Day Sign, $16.00, from Design Warehouse Sante Fe
Defeatist and yet optimistic, this sign might get you going in the right direction if you remember to look for it. Pressed aluminum. 2″ H | 6″ W

Also, the Tate Online Shop has a couple of Richard Tipping Signs too (for example: Wrong Day, £12.50).

Originally posted Oct 19, 2009.

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Price: $14.00
Available from: Design Warehouse Sante Fe

Voice Art Gallery

A big thanks goes out to our newest sponsor, Voice Art Gallery.

Voice Art™ is high quality giclee art that is created from the sound of your voice. Yes, from your voice! Voice Art™ bridges the gap between sentiment and design. Since your voice is like a fingerprint each design is 100% unique and personalized. Voice Art Gallery’s groundbreaking technology makes it easy to create beautiful artwork that can motivate and inspire.

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Price: $75.00
Available from: Voice Art Gallery

Fracture Glass Photo Prints

Your photos are meant to be shared and displayed, not stuck on your computer. If you’re having trouble deciding on how to print and frame your photos, Fracture has you covered by combining both processes. A ‘Fracture‘ is a digitally photograph printed directly to glass, providing an archival quality print as well creating a display frame. Upload your photo via the Fracture website and in 48 hours you’ll have a print on your door step, with all hardware included to hang it. Prices range from $8 for a 4 x 6” to  $35 for a 14 x 10”. I’d say that’s a pretty decent price for what you’re getting. Also, you can contact Fracture for custom sizes. I bet a wide panoramic landscape would look killer in this format. The prints are shatter-resistant (they’ll even replace it if it breaks!) and because the artwork is printed beneath the glass, it will never scratch. Visit Fracture for more information.

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Price: $8.00
Available from: Fracture

Eye Sea Posters

There’s a great selection of vintage movie posters from around the world over at Eye Sea. All of the ones shown here are Polish (from the 60’s and 70’s), and they’re all original, so expect a little wear and tear.

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Price: £25.00
Available from: Eye Sea Posters

Fresh Flowers

Give the gift of flowers, freshly printed flowers, that is. Designed by Sandra Bautista, Fresh Flowers is a 32 page newspaper with flowers replacing headlines. It would be a good gift for someone who has an appreciation for art and design, and definitely less tacky than plastic flowers. I personally would forgo the vase and dedicate a place on the wall for these and rotate in a new print every few weeks.

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Price: €8.50
Available from: ITUNUBE

Source: foundbyjames

Ixxi Wall Art

If you’re looking for some art —okay not just any art, but big, large-scale art—to put up in a room, this may be your answer. Ixxi is a modular connecting system to piece together printed panels that make up a larger picture. Simply upload your image to their website, choose your final output size, and Ixxi will determine how many panels and “x” and “i” connectors are needed for the artwork. Ixxi is printed on Synaps synethetic paper, a material that is moisture resistant and tear-proof, so rest assured your investment should last you for many years to come. It takes about a minute to load, but it’s well worth it to check out Ixxi’s inspiration gallery. Every other image I saw in there I caught myself saying, “ohh i want that.”

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View Ixxi Wall Art here

Source: Decor8

Paper Jam Press Posters

Inexpensive black and white text posters for your walls with a little lyrical inspiration to boot… Paper Jam Press has you covered. There’s quite a few to choose from, and if you have an idea for a poster, let them know because they might just print it for you.


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Price: $34.99
Available from: Paper Jam Press

No Whining Art Print

No frowny faces allowed in the proximity of this print. It’s small, so you could fit it just about anywhere, and it would remind you to grow the heck up when you’re tempted to complain about something (anything).

Letterpress printed on heavy, recycled black paper.
Size: 8.00”³ × 10.00”³

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Price: $10.00
Available from: Hammerpress