Inexpensive Art

Inexpensive Art

Lily Gahagan
Jun 12, 2008

Finding amazing artwork usually isn't a problem, it's finding affordable, amazing artwork that can cause some trouble. Here are our picks for incredible art that doesn't break the bank.

Barcelona by Matt Mills

The Beholder has a great selection of paintings, illustrations, and photography. Many of the prints are also available in different sizes/price points.
20x200 features two pieces of art every Tuesday and Wednesday - usually a photograph and a work on paper. The best part is the prints start at $20 (!) for an 8.5 x 11".
Thumbtack Press has a nice collection of art ranging from $15 to about $45. We found a lot of cool prints that hadn't been covered all over the blogoshpere, so this might be a great resource for something more unique.
• Scoff if you will, but Gig Posters is a major step up from the band posters you tacked up in your dorm room. And while not all posters in the gallery are for sale, this website still has an amazing selection available to purchase, regardless.
Hang Art is probably well known to the San Francisco people out there, but if you've never heard of it, we recommend checking out the site. Not only is the artwork pretty affordable and carefully selected, but if you live in the area you can rent a piece, too.
• And last but certainly not least, the creative smorgasbord that is Etsy. If you don't know... well, just start clickin'.

Top Image: Yellow Canary #1 by Luke Stephenson

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