See how these collectors live with 20x200 art IRL!
We love seeing 20x200 art in the wild. For starters, making it possible for more people to live with art is our whole reason for being. Spotting a 20x200 piece on someone’s wall? Excuse us while we happy dance. But beyond making our day (every dang time), seeing 20x200 art in situ is super inspiring. How our collectors hang their finds, what they pair their prints with, and what that art looks like in their homes is always eye-opening. See what we mean, below!
Are you a 20x200 collector? We’d love to see what you’ve done with your art! Post a pic on IG or Twitter, and if you tag us +/or use the hashtag #20x200, there's a good chance you’ll be featured on our IG feed or re-tweeted. And if you wanna see more 20x200 art in the wild, follow us on Pinterest and peep this board.
With art for everyone,
Disco Star by John Margolies
Collected by @mcstephs
Lake Michigan, Chicago by Daniel Seung Lee
Collected by @theleonardmuskoka
Praia Piquinia 06/08/09 14h01 by Christian Chaize
Collected by @foyerist
YES (You Complete The Picture) and Vogue JUL07:pg145 (Ripeness is All)
Collected by @breakdownhat
Caitlin Parker's cyanotypes
Collected by @stinanielsen.actor
prettymaps (Paris) by Aaron Straup Cope
Collected by @katyleigh9
Todd McLellan photographs
Collected by @studiohardt
About Four Thirty by William Wegman
Collected by Carrie Marill (@punk.wasp)
Untitled (Santa Barbara) (2008) by Liz Kuball
Collected by @hudsoninteriordesigns
Mound of Butter by Antoine Vollon
Collected by Helena Price Hambrecht (@helenapricehambrecht)