Jens Ochlich’s Star-Spangled Stunner: “American Mobile Home” June 27 2017

American Mobile Home by Jens Ochlich
Jens Ochlich caught sight of this star-spangled stunner while en route up the interstate in San Diego, CA. Hunting it down behind some warehouses, he found the vehicle parked between a number of other RVs—all permanent dwellings. He'd taken note of the new crops of mobile homes popping up along the railroad tracks near his own house, keeping an eye out for the four-wheeled residences, but this particular trailer really captured the photographer’s attention. Needless to say, it also snagged ours. Somewhere between peppy and strangely forlorn, timeless, even surreal, Ochlich's 20x200 debut demanded its spot in our summer art collection...

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We Sea You: Prettify Your Walls with This Painted Beach Scene June 20 2017

Beach scene by R.G. Harper Pennington
Hard to believe it’s still technically spring given the sweltering weather we’ve been having in NYC, but it’s true: tomorrow is the first official day of summer. Our toes are exposed, our farmer’s markets are full of tomatoes, and our ACs are cranking. All that’s left is to give our walls a li’l seasonal upgrade courtesy of today’s new release—a summery seaside Vintage Edition from 19th century painter R.G. Harper Pennington...

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Tune into Collage Queen Valerie Roybal’s “Radio City” June 13 2017

Radio City by Valerie Roybal
Get a good look at Valerie Roybal’s Radio City. The Albuquerque-based artist moonlights as a master scavenger, amassing the materials for her collages by sifting through everything from vintage postcards and castoff printed matter, to abandoned textiles and anonymous found objects. Whether her focus favors a particular type of material or a mix of many, Roybal approaches these disparate elements with a keen awareness of invisible or elusive connections, and an imaginative grasp of conceptual bridges yet to be built.

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This One’s Got Legs: Amber Vittoria Makes Her 20x200 Debut! June 06 2017

Dress Like A Woman by Amber Vittoria
Amber Vittoria’s art is far from ordinary. You’re likely to lock eyes with her work in part because of her predilection for luscious shapes, and her candyland of colors. Bright, cheeky, and exuberant with an underlying investment in the exploration of physicality and femininity, Vittoria’s work feels—in a word—fresh. The New York City-based illustrator’s debut edition, Dress Like A Woman, takes that novelty to the next level... 

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A 20x200 First! Jimmy Mezei Wows with His Wall Hangings May 30 2017

No Map There by Jimmy Mezei
This is new territory for team 20x200. We’re all kinds of excited to introduce the very first wall hanging we’ve ever released, available for a super limited-time—No Map There.

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Photography Meets the Mystical in Marcy Palmer’s Starry “Burst” May 23 2017

Burst by Marcy Palmer

Would you believe today’s edition is a photograph? Well buckle up, buttercup. Marcy Palmer’s dreamy images defy logic.

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Tangled up in Blue: A New Addition to Our Anna Atkins Collection May 16 2017

Chylocladia Clavellosa by Anna Atkins
Time spent on the beach is about as luxurious a sensorial experience as we can come up with. If you ask us, the key components of an oceanic chill fest are as follows: the feel of sea-heavy sand under bare feet, the smell of brine and sulfur, and the sight of seaweed. No trip to the shore is complete without at least one encounter with a glorious, glistening gob of algae.

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Collage Crush: Intro’ing Johanna Goodman’s Brilliant “Imaginary Beings” May 09 2017

The Catalogue of Imaginary Beings, Plate No.42 by Johanna Goodman

The Catalogue of Imaginary Beings, Plate No.199 by Johanna Goodman

We’re bad at moderation, especially when it comes art collecting, so clearly there was no narrowing it down where today’s artist debut was concerned. But luckily our lack of self-control is your windfall: you can take home two new enigmatic editions from NY-based artist Johanna Goodman.

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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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