One doesn't have to be a minimalist to showcase simple geometric prints in the home. Clean lines and complimenting shapes can come together easily to reveal a thought provoking design or a fun depiction on an illustration or photograph. We look to artist and designer Samy Halim for inspiration in this genre of art.
Watercolor art prints are a way to introduce an abstract or textured design in the home with a much softer touch.
The ethereal blend of colors can be used to set moods for your environment such as serenity or balance. What makes this genre of art fun is there is no limit with your palette of choice, you can go for muted pastels or bright and bold hues to compliment your already designed space.
Shown here are unique pieces from our own Jessica Hiemstra.
Geodes, malachites, and adages are bringing nature into the home in a very raw and edgy way. Step away from the marble because this is the perfect elevated alternative to incorporate shadowy depths and tonal textures into your design.
These prints pair well with a substrate that can capture the metallic crevices on film, such as our Fuji Flex Photographic Print material.
Long gone are the days of Sinatra, however, the design during his era still infuses feel good 'fly me to the moon' vibes. A touch of opulence is a great way to incorporate culture into any environment and a stylish way to do this is by featuring an art deco piece. Whether it's catalog illustrations, gaudy scallop prints or orientalism, there is no wrong way to show off this style. The late George Lepape was a premier artist during this time and mastered this genre with his witty portraits.
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