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Beach Noir: Amanda Friedman’s SoCal Nightscape January 12 2017


Santa Monica #1 by Amanda Friedman
Amanda Friedman’s badass body of work runs the gamut from editorial fashion images, to travel photography, to portraits of A-list celebrities, but it’s her straight-up spellbinding study of night landscapes from which we plucked her debut edition, Santa Monica #1. The series was sparked by an impromptu shoot on a rare foggy evening in upstate NY. Looking over the images that evolved from this spur-of-the-moment photo session, the artist was struck by their eerie magnetism. Her subsequent move to Los Angeles meant a chance to turn an experiment that started with a few rolls of film into an extended project.

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Wanna Support the Arts? Peep These Cool Non-Profits + Orgs January 07 2017


Supported by Ky Anderson
Since Day 1, we’ve been art evangelists of the most enthusiastic variety. We’re fierce believers in the transformative power of art, that everyone—no matter their means—should have the opportunity to live with and experience art, and that artists should be able to make a living creating art. Every time you collect a 20x200 edition, a portion of the proceeds goes directly toward supporting our artists and their work. Even our Vintage + Space Editions play a part in allowing us to expand our artist roster and fund future projects.

We turn to the pros to help uphold art and make it more accessible to the public. There’s a lot of work to be done to protect existing arts programs, and to ensure future support for the arts is able to further broaden its reach. As inauguration date closes in on us, we’re eager to get extra involved in the effort to safeguard these organizations—especially those advocating for marginalized groups staring directly down the barrel of bigotry.

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Earth to Collectors: New Sci-Fi Space Art Coming ‘Atcha January 05 2017


Cylinder Endcap AC75-1883 1920, a 20x200 Space Edition
We're launching into 2017 with a new Space Edition! To intro this striking sci-fi fantasy we reached out to someone with expertise in atypical (even outright futuristic) urban design: writer and teacher Fred Scharmen. His design research firm, the Working Group on Adaptive Systems, explores the utopian and speculative projects at the fringes of traditional architectural practice—from pillow forts to space colonies like the one envisioned in today's edition.

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Valerie Roybal Makes Collage Magic (+ New Art!) January 03 2017


All the Past and Futures by Valerie Roybal
In All the Past and Futures, Valerie Roybal masterfully mixes plant life, honeybees, gemlike shapes, calligraphic script and a myriad of other mysterious objects, half-hidden in her diaphanous layers of collage. Some details in the image are in sharp focus, others a soft blur, but all the bits and pieces form carefully crafted phrases in this edition’s visual poetry.

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The Last Days of Disco: New Art Fit for the Dance Floor December 29 2016


The Last Days of Disco by Hollis Brown Thornton
Spoiler alert: New Year’s Eve is usually a little disappointing. You get all dressed up in your sparkliest duds, spend too much money on plans that have a high probability of going astray, and if you’re anything like us you top it all off with a mondo champagne headache for your sins. Luckily, we’ve got Hollis Brown Thornton’s newest edition in our celebration arsenal this year, and it lives up to all its glittery glory.

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Procrastination Pay Dirt! The Perfect Last Minute Prezzie December 22 2016


Desperado for last minute magic? Someone on your shopping list slip your mind? Been dragging your feet on snagging a gift for a particularly picky person? We feel you! Every holiday gifter has been there before, even the master preemptive present preparers among us.

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Feeling at Sea? Collect The Constellation of Hope December 20 2016


The Constellation of Hope by Alexander Beeching
It’s almost anchors aweigh for 2017, and we’re seeking out art that will sail us into the New Year with a little celestial perspective.

Today’s edition is the latest in Alexander Beeching’s Constellation series, a set of imaginary constellations the artist has dreamed up and drawn into existence. Each constellation is painstakingly rendered in pencil, something Beeching describes as “a test of patience”. We’ve featured three other striking prints from this project, but today’s feels perhaps the most prescient.

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Capturing Haute Couture: New Art by Landon Nordeman December 13 2016


Untitled, Haute Couture (from the Out of Fashion series) by Landon Nordeman
Landon Nordeman has shot everything from the Westminster Kennel Club dog show to the RNC, but it’s his work photographing the inner workings of the fashion world—and the eccentric collective encircling it—that he’s perhaps best known for.

Since New York Magazine enlisted him to cover fashion week in 2013, Nordeman has been backstage and behind-the-scenes at an incredible spread of esteemed fashion events around the world. In October of this year, Damiani published Nordeman’s first monograph, Out of Fashion—a collection of some of the most compelling images that have emerged from his work shooting the fashion world. It was subsequently named one of Time’s Best Photobooks of 2016 (we’re not surprised, the book’s a real stunner). It’s from this winning tome we plucked today’s eye-catching edition release: Untitled, Haute Couture (from the Out of Fashion series).

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Book Lovers, Get Lit! Jane Mount’s Novel Pins December 08 2016


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.

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We’re hiring! Wanna Be Our P/T Social Media Coordinator? December 02 2016


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.


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