All the Art That's Fit to Print: 20x200 In the News June 07 2016
"Art for everyone" is our mantra, and making that ambitious idea a reality was the impetus behind Jen Bekman’s decision to found 20x200 almost nine (!!) years ago. It's an idea that resonates with each of us, and it turns out lots of other people are on board with the idea too. We're pleased as punch to have had our art featured recently in all these great publications, and awfully proud too. We love seeing other people recognize the power of art!
Like spring flora, our art has been popping up all over the place, in print and online. We couldn’t be more thrilled to share these features with you. From Cup of Jo to GOOP, see what editors and designers have said about us and the 20x200 editions they have their eyes on...
“Its pieces may range from $24 to $10,000, but don’t be skeptical of those with lower prices—its motto, “It’s Art for Everyone,” says it all. Quality standards are excellent, and a lower price is often just indicative of how many prints are in the series.”
20x200's motto, "It's Art for Everyone," says it all. They're truly dedicated to bringing quality artwork to the masses. 20x200 sells $24 prints, enormous framed works, and everything in between. Each piece is museum-quality, signed by the artist, and complete with a numbered certificate of authenticity.
“Prints for only $24? You might as well just cover your walls completely in 20x200’s massive collection from artists like William Wegman, Bruce High Quality Foundation, and Dorothea Lange. It would be cheaper than painting.”
“The first thing you see when you get to their site is the bold claim that “It’s Art for Everyone”, and they mean it. Classic landscapes, cool conversation pieces, and everything in between will cost you less than a dinner for two.”
Over-achievers that we are, we love nothing more than being included on “Best Of” lists, and well! We’ve been kinda spoiled lately: see here on Cup of Jo, here on Redfin, in The Zoe Report's round-up and on Real Simple. Also amazing? When we spot our art in situ in one of those droolworthy house tours you can find on Apartment Therapy, HGTV, New York Times, and Design*Sponge (and of course, the recent home makeover of Lucy Kalanithi.)
We also love to give advice—especially when it’s about art—so Jen was happy to oblige when Architectural Digest asked us for tips on caring for your art.
We’re so grateful to everyone that’s featured us; the process of pulling all these mentions together has actually been overwhelming in the best possible way. In addition to a slightly stoked ego, we confess that we're also a bit verklempt. We love being introduced to new collectors, we love bringing you affordable art, and we plan to do so for many years to come!