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Art Prints | Friday Roundup


Art prints are high on the agenda right now, both for me personally, and as a post I've been meaning to write for some time. Being that another week has flown by and with so many great online discoveries of late, I've decided to put together a quick roundup to share with you today. Creating a beautiful picture wall in the living room of our new house would be a dream come true, so I'm constantly on the lookout for cool prints. The living room is next on the list for my Home Build series, so I'll be sharing my progress with you then. For now, feast your eyes on these beauties...

Pop Motif is Auckland's newest online art gallery run by a passionate team of art lovers who aim to provide great art at affordable prices. Specialising in pop, vintage and street art, they stock a wide range of prints, including limited editions from around the globe.  

Designed to lift your heart and brighten your day, I'm loving these sweet prints by Australian designer One Lantern, available on Etsy

When it comes to sourcing the latest and greatest art prints, you can't go past local fave Endemic World. Just in, the Chalk it Up Print by Hamilton-based Mash who specialise in black and white typography, has been reproduced from an original chalkboard illustration. Check out this cool vid showing how the print was made. 

Also stocked at Endemic World, I'm loving the 50s and 60s inspired bird prints by Holly Roach, a Canadian artist and illustrator now residing in Auckland.

Two Tuis Kowhai Print

Wall decals are great if you like to frequently change things around or are renting. Designed and made in Australia, I just discovered the Photospots collection of gorgeous removable and reusable wall stickers. Available from Hard to Find they come in a range of sizes and if cared for can be moved up to 60 times!

As a huge fan of Dr Seuss and geometric designs, I can't go past these two eye-catching prints from the clever designers at Erupt Prints

Oh The Places You'll Go! Print (left) and Organised Confusion Print (right)

Australian-based online store The Minimalist is a sure bet when looking for local Scandi-style prints. I wouldn't mind adding these two to the collection.

 Circles Print (left) and Masked Print (right)

Based in Italy, online art gallery Arte Limited sell exclusive art prints, photography and contemporary art at affordable prices, and they ship worldwide. Discovered via Stylizimo, blogger Nina Holst has both of these prints in her home which she moves around from time to time. Always styled to perfection, for added inspiration take a look here and here
Out Of Control Giclée Art Print by Naja Conrad-Hansen (left) and Monika Giclée Art Print by Martin Nicolausson (right)

I was excited to see that Society6 who I introduced you to here, is now stocking prints by talented Finnish Designer Riikka, of RK Design and the blog Weekday Carnival. Take a look at her full range of gorgeous prints here

Green Loves Blue Print (left) and Graphic Alphabets Print (right)

Remember this is just a taste of what's on offer at each online gallery and store, so make sure you check them out for yourselves. I'm certainly no expert, but I believe that you should follow your heart when choosing art and buy what you love. Have a fab weekend and I'll see you back here Monday.

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  1. Loving your selection of prints. Off now to discover some more very cool looking online stores.... thinking batgirl would look right at home in our girls room. Thanks : )

    1. Oh, wouldn't it just? Super cool for a girls room! Thanks Helen x

  2. Lovely selection of prints! This post reminds me that I need to choose some prints also for my living room. Another thing in my endless to-do list :) It's really hard to choose with such a great selection available!

    1. Isn't it? I found it hard choosing for this post! I hope you're having a lovely weekend Anu x

  3. Great post, and great selection. I've got that Chalk It Up print on my wish list, and I haven't seen the Photospots artwork before - I want the zebras. x

  4. Art prints are a good way to enjoy beauty in your home or office without spending a lot of money. High quality prints always add to the look of a home and can also make an office appear more appealing or professional.

    Personally I prefer prints with text, or a unique theme. Jewels rendered in a different tone from that which they have naturally in real life are usually attractive to me.

  5. That's nice little collect you got. I have been searching for art painting for my living room. I am glad that i stumbled across you blogpost.



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