Thanks for checking out another Roundup! This time we will be featuring art prints from talented new artists, loosely themed around geographic concepts, local love and global minds. All things places, these are all attractive pieces that would add flavor to any room.
Which is your favorite? Have any ideas for another Roundup?
Journeys, by Daniel Montero
Downtown, by Dominiquelandau
Night Mountains No.5, by Bakmann Art
City, by Turksen Kizil
That Suffocating Burden, by jarjake
Autobahn, by Dirk W. Imagery
A Visitor, by Alex G. Griffiths
London Underground Goodge Street, by James Peart
Venice Beach, CA. by Daniel Montero
Fade Away (Lunar Eclipse), by Soaring Anchor Designs
Wunderbar, by Jesse Treece
Geodesic 4, by Terry Fan
For this Roundup we are going to take a look at some sweet new art that can live on your couch. Only real criteria is relaxation (fitting for pillows!), but we will try to stay away from the obvious and find some more subtle beauty. Check out some of these talented artists and their use of this interesting canvas…
Zingara – by Jacqueline Maldonado
Delphini – by Nireth
Ancient Calaabachti Filigrane – by Obvious Warrior
Esme – by CharlotteWinter
Fresh Fruit – by Elisabeth Fredriksson
Leporis – by Nireth
Colorflash 8 – by Mareike Böhmer Graphics
Irregular Sequence – by ViviGonzalezArt
Triangulation 2 – by Alice Gosling
Double Vision – by Jane Smith
With this post, Eternity Tree will now be posting frequent product roundups to feature new artists. Each “Roundup” will be loosely based around a concept, such as a style or particular artist. Links are provided for those interested in supporting the artists, or just picking up some new threads!
For our first roundup we are keeping it nice and simple. Black and White graphics on a shirt can be both stunning and provocative. This collection of shirts presents an interesting assortment of textures and styles, though I personally think they all have a beautiful melancholy aesthetic to them. Do you agree? What other types of collections would you like to see featured? And as always, submissions are accepted and encouraged.
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