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New! Berenice Abbott’s Manhattan Bridge + Our Move February 04 2016

It’s easy to take bridges for granted. We speed across (or more appropriately for New Yorkers, we pay a toll then crawl slowly across) from point A to point B without much thought. But with Berenice Abbott’s Manhattan Bridge, Manhattan, we’re once again reminded of the steadfastness and stateliness of bridges: the feats of engineering, their role as literal and symbolic representations of interconnectivity, and all the different ways in which they appear in our lives.


Manhattan Bridge, Manhattan by Berenice Abbott


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New Art by Andrew Miller: A Kiss for Your Valentine January 21 2016

There’s something seductively familiar about the silhouette we spy in Andrew Miller’s latest edition, Hershey's Kisses. The crinkled curves, the teeny flag flying from the tip, the telltale teardrop shape. Even though Miller has made this morsel minimal with a stark whitewash, the shape alone is so distinctive that it still promises a sweet surprise. It has our whole office already dreaming of  Valentine’s candy, and marveling at Miller’s magnificent ability to reincarnate an ordinary object through his extraordinary treatment—something we find all the more revealing when the image is viewed in the context of his Brand Spirit series as a whole. Besides, we can’t think of a better gift for an artsy valentine than this reimagined Hershey's Kisses


Hershey's Kisses by Andrew Miller


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New! Audubon + The Range of Avian America January 19 2016


Plate 250: Arctic Tern by John James Audubon
10"x8" ($24) | 14"x11" ($60) | 20"x16" ($240) | 30"x24" ($800)

Plate 431: American Flamingo by John James Audubon
10"x8" ($24) | 14"x11" ($60) | 20"x16" ($240) | 30"x24" ($800)
You might be wondering: why feature two completely different birds together on this double Audubon release day? One is swooping gracefully toward the water, feathers aligned with the precision of a dive bomber. The other bird is brightly-hued and bends its long, contortionist’s neck towards the shore, its spindly legs pointed peculiarly backward. One reminds us of stormy seas and hazy gray mornings, while the other calls to mind humid days and tropical flowers. Here is your answer: what makes these two individual birds so incredible together is that they represent range.

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New! Turn Out The Lights With Ann Toebbe January 14 2016


Power Outage by Ann Toebbe


Taking a look at Ann Toebbe’s Power Outage for the first time, we were transported to the memories of our first thunderstorms, flickering candles, and the strangely comforting thought of huddling in the dark of our homes. Sometimes there’s a sense of adventure when the power goes out: a rush of adrenaline, the survival scramble to find matches and candles, and the ghostly quiet as you sit in inky stillness...


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New! Winter Vacay Trip For Two From Wolcott January 12 2016

Whether the cold is something for you to embrace or escape, we've the perfect wintry respite image for you. From Marion Post Wolcott, we bring you June in January, Miami Beach and Smuggler’s Notch, Vermont.

Smuggler's Notch, Vermont by Marion Post Wolcott
8"x10" ($24) | 11"x14" ($60) | 16"x20" ($240) | 20"x24" ($600)
 
June in January, Miami Beach by Marion Post Wolcott
8"x10" ($24) | 11"x14" ($60) | 16"x20" ($240) | 20"x24" ($600)


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New! Jack Delano's American Crossroads January 07 2016

In our newest Vintage Edition, Jack Delano captures America at a crossroads in this wintry, otherworldly image. We're excited to debut Delano's war-era railway photography just as the weather has begun to dip low at our headquarters in NYC!


Santa Fe R.R. Freight Train in Corwith Yard, Chicago, Ill. by Jack Delano

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New! Feels Like Brand Spirit: Millman on Miller's Iconic Mac December 22 2015

It's an honor and a thrill to have design legend—and future 20x200 artist!—Debbie Millman introduce our very last edition of 2015. It's fitting as well, since it was Debbie herself who introduced me to Andrew Miller's ​Brand Spirit​ series back in 2012. (The very same year I had the great good fortune to be a guest on her amazing award-winning podcast, Design Matters.) Today's release, Macintosh, is our third from Miller's series of ingenuously enrobed objects whose iconic contours cannot be whitewashed away. Read on for Debbie's take on the series.  — Jen Bekman


Macintosh by Andrew Miller

 

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New! Julia Rothman’s Ballet is En Pointe December 10 2015

We’re having visions of sugar-plum fairies and dreaming of dancing in pink pointe shoes thanks to our newest artist, Julia Rothman, and her debut edition, Ballet.

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He's Back! New Prints by Master Dissembler Todd McLellan December 08 2015

We’re absolutely exploding with excitement to present a new pair from long-time 20x200 favorite Todd McLellan: Disassembled Brownie and Apart Brownie.


Disassembled Brownie by Todd McLellan



Apart Brownie by Todd McLellan


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New! Mike + Doug Starn Let It Snow December 03 2015

The weather outside is frightful—or it will be soon. Instead of huddling inside and hiding from the cold, we’re inviting it in with alleverythingthatisyou sno6_005.1, the striking new snowflake edition from Mike + Doug Starn.



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