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Forever Flowers > The Usual Bouquet April 27 2017


Semi-Double Tree Peony and Caspian Nelumbium by Sarah Ann Drake I Rose, Anemone, Clematide, a 20x200 Vintage Edition
8"x10" / 10" x 8" ($24) | 11"x14" / 14"x11" ($60) | 16"x20" / 20"x16" ($240) 

If you’re on our page, then you know houseplants provide a super welcome dose of indoor ecotherapy, much-needed in the cement jungle. You also likely share in our desire to surround ourselves with enormous quantities of plants à la every single cool interior design blog out there. But taking care of all that greenery is not as easy as it looks, dammit! (Why is overly-ambitious plant collecting not more of a trending topic...)

Our solution? Botanical art—and plenty of it. These three new Vintage Editions are case-in-point. We couldn’t contain ourselves (what’s new). How could we pick just one of these floral stunners? Cue today’s TRIPLE edition release. We’re in full bloom.

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Take the Scenic Route to Carleton Watkins’ “Cypress Point, Monterey” April 20 2017


Cypress Point, Monterey by Carleton Watkins
Cypress Point, Monterey is perched over the Pacific off California’s rugged central coast. It can be found along 17-Mile Drive, the famously picturesque path that passes through Pebble Beach and Pacific Grove on the Monterey Peninsula. The road hugs the coastline, supplying stunning view after stunning view. Water encounters the cliffs with gusto, spraying sea mist. Nearby fauna is bathed in cool fog. It’s no surprise Carleton Watkins found inspiration in this remarkably scenic landscape.

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New Art from Amy Jean Porter! Birds + Berries with an Enviable NYC View April 18 2017


Black-capped Chickadee by Amy Jean Porter
Amy Jean Porter is a 20x200 veteran whose work we keep returning to for a million reasons, but one of the major factors in our fixation is the artist’s idiosyncratic approach to the animal kingdom. Bright, unexpected, eye-catching and emotive, her illustrations never fall short on the joy-generating front. Today’s new release, Black-capped Chickadee, is no exception.

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Literary Gallery: Author Min Jin Lee's Book + Art Pairings April 15 2017



Our full-fledged book lovefest in honor of National Library Week wouldn't be complete without the second installment of our Literary Gallery series.

Today we pass the pencil to bestselling novelist Min Jin Lee, who's masterfully matched ten of her favorite tomes with ten 20x200 editions. Presented without comment, the invisible connections between each paired text + print speak for themselves. See below to peruse all of Lee's insightful pairings. 


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Rad Reading: Collect this 1960s Design + We’ll Donate to the NYPL April 11 2017


For a richer, fuller life wake up and read, a 20x200 Vintage Edition
Our new piece is a real page turner. We’re rolling out this retro reading design in honor of National Library Week 2017. Collect yours today and there’s a major bookish bonus...

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What Goes into a Vintage Edition? A Whole Lotta Work. April 08 2017


The multi-step process of editing Vintage Editions
Collectors are curious about our Vintage Editions. Why are they on 20x200? How can the prints be limited-edition when the image is available elsewhere? What kind of work goes into selecting the images and readying them for your walls? Today our Production Manager and vintage image researcher extraordinaire, Carly Piersol, is giving y’all a little insight into these old school art beauties...

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Into the Deep: Ian Baguskas’s Mythical Haenyo Diver April 06 2017


Haenyo Emerging for Air by Ian Baguskas
Dive into Haenyo Emerging for Air, part of Ian Baguskas’s series documenting the dying tradition of the female deep-sea divers of Jeju Island, South Korea. Haenyo directly translates to “sea women”. These intrepid women perform perilous work to provide for their families, spending five hours a day diving up to 30 meters deep without air tanks. Their objective? Harvesting the valuable sea life on the ocean floor, such as abalone and sea urchins. Haenyo can hold their breath for more than three minutes.

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Alfred Stieglitz’s “Rain Drops” Will Shower Your Walls w/ Innovation April 04 2017


Rain Drops by Alfred Stieglitz
Mid-storm artmaking may not be the most radical idea out there, but today’s new release goes far beyond the expected. This Vintage Edition is from one of the foremost figures in modern American photography: Alfred Stieglitz. Who knew there was so much to be discovered in precipitation on print?

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Score This Vintage Baseball Scene + 30% off Athletic Art March 30 2017


A baseball game, Dailey, W. Va. by Arthur Rothstein

Our new Vintage Edition is up to bat—just in time for spring training. This photo was taken on the grounds of Tygart Valley Homestead School, the last functioning school built during the New Deal era. (The school is currently raising money to rebuild their roof! Pitch in here to help preserve the historic structure.)

We tapped writer and diehard baseball aficionado Maura Johnston to intro this release. Read on...


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Honeybees + Spring Scenery: The Elegant Side of Entomological Art March 25 2017


Frühlingsbild aus dem Insekten Leben, a 20x200 Vintage Edition
Have you heard the buzz about our new release? This Vintage Edition is the bee’s knees. But puns aside, you’ll definitely want to make a beeline for this print. (Ok, sorry, we’ll see ourselves out…)

The title of today’s edition release is a Germanic mouthful—Frühlingsbild aus dem Insektenleben—which for all its linguistic delight and dexterity roughly translates to a rather simple phrase: Spring Image from Insect Life. We plucked the image from Die Insekten, Tausendfüssler und Spinnen (Insects, Millipedes, and Spiders), an entomological book published in 1877. Co-written by Alfred Brehm and Ernst Ludwig Taschenberg, two German entomologists, the book is inflected by a smattering of stunning illustrations—quite the counterpoint to page after page of dense zoological science.

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