Book Pins by Jane Mount
We’ve rolled out a lot of amazing stuff over our 12 Days of Festivus, but today’s special release is really one for the books
. Add a li’l lit to your lapel (or your tote bag, or your baseball hat) with these pint-sized Book Pins
! Designed by 20x200 artist Jane Mount
, these pins are only available until 11:59pm ET tonight
, so take home your favorite tome tout-de-suite. MORE after the jump »
YES (You Complete the Picture) by Trey Speegle
The 20x200 team is in the market for a stellar, savvy, part-time Social Media Coordinator. The role will require approximately fifteen hours per week and candidates must be NYC-based. We’re looking for someone with some serious social media chops, who’s eager to apply their skills towards evolving our online identity, growing our audience and expanding our reach. If you’re passionate about the convergence of art and technology, and want to be part of a dedicated team that makes art collecting accessible to everyone, then this could be a perfect fit. Art world experience is a plus.
MORE after the jump »
Brendan Wenzel's Carnivora print and new book, They All Saw a Cat
It’s day five of our 12 Days of Fesitivus
and the good stuff’s still going strong. Today’s treat: a chance to win an 11”x14” print and book by a 20x200 artist
, in collab with our friends at Chronicle Books
. MORE after the jump »
Perspective by Kelli Anderson
Kelli Anderson’s insatiable curiosity is contagious. The Brooklyn-based artist and designer is something of a virtuoso when it comes to seamlessly incorporating diverse techniques to achieve a dynamic final product—one that actively encourages exploration. Photography, printmaking, paper craft, illustration, animation and cutting coalesce. Data, hard science, history and coding even make it into the mix.
Her debut edition, for instance, is a laser-cut print of a digital illustration of an abstracted world map. It has a tactile element and a science-y, cerebral aspect. And then you’ve got the bright, bold, geometric stripes that break up the organic forms of the continents and urge the viewer to rethink their worldview—our first example of fresh Perspective from this print.
MORE after the jump »
Got a weakness for William Wegman
’s pup-packed prints? Join the club. His playful, evocative, expertly composed images are perennial crowd-pleasers. A longtime 20x200 artist and fellow New Yorker, Wegman
’s work is brilliantly varied (there’s a lot more to it than well-trained Weimaraners!) and always evolving. We’re awfully proud to have been to able to feature a wonderful collection of his work
on our site for several years running. MORE after the jump »
Imagine That by Debbie Millman
wears a ton of hats: author, editor, educator, strategist. Not to mention that team 20x200 has been totally hooked on her award-winning podcast, Design Matters
, since its inception in 2009. But Ms. Millman
is also a formidable artist and designer in her own right, and it's that incarnation of her mega multi-faceted being whom we have to thank for today's very special edition release, Imagine That
MORE after the jump »
Wheat, Pennsylvania by John Collier, Jr.
Take a drive around Pennsylvania farm country in the summer and you'll find yourself on a few single-lane roads flanked by acres and acres of golden grain. You're bound to see farmers steering their combines through the wheat fields. If you’re lucky, you might even catch a hint of what John Collier, Jr.
captured in Wheat, Pennsylvania. MORE after the jump »
I’ve loved picking out gifts
for people since I was a little kid saving up my cat-sitting cash to buy just the right thing for my family, but I’ve got a spotty record with the actual gift giving
—precisely because I love it so much and have always set the bar really high. It’s not enough to give a gift to someone, it has to be the BEST gift
for that particular person. Get Jen's tips after the jump »
Shard by Jennifer Mason
Like written language, calendars and eyeliner, Shard
had its genesis in Egypt...just a few millennia later. After a long flight from her home base of Auckland, New Zealand, Jennifer Mason
was struck by the scene outside her window as her plane descended into Egypt. She noticed “an incredible rose hue” blanketing the view below, an ambiance that persisted on the ground—a warm, hazy, low-contrast effect. MORE after the jump »
Lake Erie, February (01) by Laura Bell
’s work has totally transfixed us for years. Her landscapes seem liminal spaces, and her still lifes in states of quiet movement. Bell
has an incredible talent for capturing stillness, for conveying a pregnant silence that is as enigmatic as it is anesthetic. Her minimalism is more a reflection on the power of eliminating distraction, of seeing the deeper details of environment, flora, form and texture. MORE after the jump »