Working from home? Upgrade your “office” ambiance.


Underwood by Andrew Miller

If you’ve been working from home these last few months, chances are you’re starting to get a little sick of your surroundings. Not just us, right? Luckily, fresh art is the easiest fix—whether your “home office” is an actual room, a desk, or a designated couch corner where the cat can’t reach your keyboard. Pick out a new art piece or two and place it in view from wherever you usually work. It’ll be a change of scenery that’s guaranteed to put a little pep in your step.

To help you hone your home office sitch, we’ve rounded up some work-friendly art. There’s visual motivation, de-stressing vistas, un-cheesy inspiring words, even some satisfying sass that's not fit for Slack. All good stuff for your colleagues to spy in your background during Zoom calls. (Reminder: we’ve also got all these artist-made virtual backgrounds.) More on the blog!

With art for everyone,
Team 20x200


(re)surfacing by e bond

AS07-08-1933, a 20x200 Space Edition


Animal Locomotion: Plate 44 (Man Taking Off Hat) by Eadweard Muybridge


Old Phone by Todd McLellan


Apart Phone by Todd McLellan


You Tried Gold Star by Adam J. Kurtz

Can You Imagine by Trey Speegle


Ferry from Ardrossan Harbor by Laura Bell


Leucojam Varium by Anna Atkins



Migrant Worker on California Highway by Dorothea Lange


Camp Fern Rock (archer) by Gordon Parks

Down and Away by Don Hamerman


you are doing great by Matthew Hoffman


Tiny Bowls for Tiny Things by Kate Bingaman-Burt


Advice from Beyoncé by Michelle Rial


The Sky Line of New York by Charles Graham


Plate 22, Sheet 10, Ancient Courses Mississippi River Meander Belt by Harold Fisk

City Arabesque by Berenice Abbott


F--- you. Pay me. by Mike Monteiro

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