Faves at 20×200

If you read many other design/shelter blogs, then 20×200 is probably not new to you. But as I perused the site, there were some new-to-me pieces that really caught my eye. I love the 20×200 concept of art as affordable, depending on how much you want  to spend. Some prints are as little as $20; or maybe you want a bigger size and can spend up to $200. Regardless, it’s accessible.  I would like to expand our artwork from more than just travel posters; I LOVE travel posters and therefore we are inundated with them. So it’s nice to check out some art that’s affordable that might also stretch us slightly out of our norm.

Vintage Airline Tags by Lisa Congdon. A found collection of airline tags is so interesting grouped together, especially all the colors and typography. LOVE.

Birch Forest No. 7 by Lisa Congdon.

Ideal Bookshelf 102: Cooking

Louis the Third by Jessica Snow.

125 Swimming Pools by Jenny O’Dell

Curvilinear Time by Jessica Snow.

Secret Language 3 by Valerie Roybal

Inloveness Revisited by Jeff Lewis.

Again, not anything new if you’ve been hanging around the blogosphere for awhile, but I do love this photograph. I may have to cough up the cash for this one someday. It’s just too enticing. Praia Piquinia by Christian Chaize