5 Places To Buy Art, Without Breaking The Bank
Ratty posters and magazine tear sheets make for great budget room ornamentation…if you’re a teenage girl. Grownups seeking affordable wall accouterments need to look elsewhere.
As of late, a slew of virtual galleries have committed themselves to curating original art, high-quality reproductions and limited edition prints, at prices the masses can manage.
Specializing in contemporary works, ArtStar prints each limited edition piece to order. Plus, the custom framing options mean never having to deal with DIY again.
Dream, Children Please by Julio Larraz, starts at $120.
The easy to navigate site is quite possibly the most enjoyable shopping experience on the World Wide Web: The straightforward pricing system and foolproof filters eliminate all guess work.
Apres Grande 12 by Christian Chaize, starts at $60.
From illustration-adorned iPhone cases, to limited edition prints from art world up-and-comers, Society 6 is the aesthete thrift-seeker’s dream.
More Issues Than Vogue print, starts at $16.
Eye Buy Art
Fine art photography is the name of the game for this addictively scrollable site. Prices for archival prints start at a very palatable $25.
Untitled #6 by Jeremy Gesualdo, starts at $60.
L.A.-based Saatchi Art is of the belief that everyone’s a collector, budget restrictions be damned. For unique gift seekers (and those battling those aforementioned budget restrictions), the under $100 section is the place to be.
Hacienda Pink by Project M, $400.