Recently, a few friends have asked me where to find beautiful, cool and fun art. So, here are 12 great places to look online (and please add ideas in the comments!)…
Above: House of Spoils is all about adventure photographers.
Painter Valerie Suter explores subjects and people who have been marginalized in history.
Anthropologie has a big selection of artwork in a bunch of styles.
Sonic Editions features incredible photographic prints of musicians, film stars and cultural icons.
Book/Shop in Oakland, California, has a few cool posters for book lovers.
20×200 sells all kinds of artist prints starting at $24.
Jenny Pennywood does such beautiful work with shapes and color.
Also, my friend Erin Jang says, “Whenever I see an illustrator whose style I love, in the newspaper or in a magazine, I find their website and most of the time they sell their own prints. It’s a way to support artists more directly, and it’s more affordable.” For example, Alessandra Olanow, Adrian Tomine, Abbey Lossing and Kadir Nelson all have shops, and Erin made this beautiful print, too.
Where else do you find great art online? Please weigh in…
P.S. More affordable art.