Cool Art For Cheap

Art for the home is not cheap.  Decent art is definitely not cheap. I’m all for making your own.  But if your schedule or motivation doesn’t allow for it, what do you do?

Here are a few sweet sites for amazing art that won’t break the bank….

20×200 Here’s an excerpt from their site:

As we see it, there are a lot of people out there who want to sell their art and a lot of people who’d like to buy it. They just have a hard time finding each other. The internet is the perfect place to bring those people together, and we’re exactly the right people to make it happen. We’re passionate about art and the internet at 20×200. We’re really excited about creating a place where almost any art lover can be an art collector.

We introduce at least two new editions a week: one photo and one work on paper. Most are available in three or four sizes. When we first launched, the smallest size was reprinted in the largest batch — an edition of 200 — and sold at the lowest price — $20. Hence the name 20×200. (We say it: “twenty by two-hundred.” 200×20 just didn’t sound as good.)

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Urban Art Gallery (at

These are gorgeous! 

And **gasp** affordable!! 

And **fall on the floor!** unique!!

These are digital images on canvases.  Many come in interesting various panels.  I looooove this!

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Um, did I mention that it’s only $69.00?!

Urban Outfitters’ Print Shop.  Here’s an excerpt from those guys…

 Society6 is an International artist community representing more than 70 countries worldwide. We will continuously comb through their enormous archives to bring you this curated collection of our favorites. Any items ordered from the PRINT SHOP will be processed and shipped by Society6.

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Only $25 or a 17″x 25″ print.  Really people.  Your walls will thank you.  Your eyes will thank you.  Your wallet will thank you.


7 responses to “Cool Art For Cheap

  1. Wow these are all so unique! They would really look nice on the wall. Thanks for the links to these sites!

  2. I really love it. I also love DIY. I recently started looking at this blog Design*Sponge. They have really great ideas, and are great for inspiration.

    Thanks so much for the links,

  3. I forgot about urban outfitters! I love their art work, thanks!

  4. I buy metal artwork for my walls and just paint it the colors I want. I’ve got some really cool pieces by doing that!

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