Support Independent Artists: 4 Affordable Online Sources

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What I really need in my home at the moment are a few great pieces of art on the wall to pull everything together. Check out these four online sources for great works from independent artists that won’t put a dent in your pocketbook.

1 20×200: Limited editions from new and emerging artists + low prices + the internet = art for everyone. That pretty much says it all.

2 The Working Proof: promotes art and social responsibility. 15% of the sale of each print is donated to a charity of the artist’s choice.

3 Paperwork: all of Paperwork’s independent artist archival pigment prints are produced on smooth, natural white bamboo paper.

4 Velocity Art & Design: Velocity has a great curated artwork collection from a host of talented artists who typically only sell their work on Etsy or in their own store.

Let us know if you have other favorite sources for artwork!

(Images, clockwise from top left: 1. Milksplash, by Chelsea Fisher; 2. Wanderlust, by Linda Kim; 3. Encyclopedia 2, by Valerie Roybal; 4. The Girls Print, by Ashley Goldberg. Originally published 2010-08-04)