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10 Best Places to Buy Affordable Statement Art
2018 is the year we’re seeing oversized art come back into fashion. Statement art is great for enhancing the look of your room and helps compliment features in the room. However, finding affordable statement art is another question, so we’d like to give you a list of the 10 best websites for buying different types of oversized art.
Juniqe is a great choice for affordable and exciting illustration designs, they also offer other styles, including fine art photography, typography and many more. Founded in 2013 it has grown to become a competitive player in the space of wall art with over 600+ artists featured on the platform.
Another new player in the market, Artboxone founded in 2014 is dedicated to ‘bring colours to naked walls and brighten Mondays’ with artwork. They have a huge choice of premium posters, but their biggest range is animal wall art.
A quirky and cool brand, Iamfy founded in 2014 has a collection of pieces handpicked from the coolest artists, illustrators and photographers across the globe. Their trendiest of posters are their typography range which are slightly smaller in size, but they make-up for it with their wittiness and creativity.
Unlike the big businesses that we see this British brand is providing an exclusive and handcrafted type of wall art. A British brand created by Becky herself sells her unique posters of different parts of the UK and vintage seaside prints. Her inspiration from the 1930s railway posters has helped her create some magnificent pieces
5. Posterhaste – Personalised posters
A website where you can quickly create personalised prints, founded in 2012 out a frustration by a newlywed couple Sam and Keira who couldn’t find a print online suitable for their living room.
Personalise your own poster with a selection of templates, and create very unique prints in a matter of minutes.
Artists from the Frames Community:
1. Gayle Dieudonne
Gayle Dieudonne a self taught artist, who specializes in painting horses as well as other genres, like landscape views and historical pieces. Her classical and experimentative style has allowed her to produce some magnificent pieces that capture the beauty and richness of horses and the world.
2. Lesley Whelan
Lesley Whelan is a Coventry based artist who uses heat to distress her work to create dramatic and highly textured pieces. Her works have been featured in public collections across the globe and sold as limited edition prints through the John Lewis Partnership scheme.
3. Judith Crown
Judith Crown, a long-standing member of the UK Coloured Pencil Society is an expert in coloured pencil drawings and she also dabbles in oil and acrylic paintings.
4. Jane Wills
Jane Wills a Scotland based artist, who focuses on drawing and painting horses, dogs and farm animals. Her special talent for painting horses has grown stronger from breeding a small herd of Exmoor Ponies for more than 20 years.
5. Judith Yates
Judith Yates a fine artist with over 20 years of experience, working in a variety of media including acrylic and watercolour. She produces an array of art pieces, from commission family portraits to beautiful seascapes.
6. Deb Stanley
Deb Stanley a self taught artist, located in Malvern, Worcestershire, specializes in coloured pencil drawings. She covers a multitude of subjects, animals, birds, cakes and many more.
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