People like to decorate their homes in different ways. Some folks buy expensive vases and pottery. Others decide to grace their walls with gig posters of their favorite bands. Then, there are also individuals that purchase limited edition art prints, frame them, and hang them in living rooms, bedrooms, and more. For these purposes, this article is going to focus on the latter.
Whatever your wants or desires are, we have you covered. Our organization has many limited edition art prints available. One or more of them could be the perfect solution for letting your unique style shine. Hence, interested parties should stay here to learn about several of them, which consumers may want to order now before they are gone.
Limited Edition Art Prints Worthy Of Your Consideration
1. Apple Skull
John Dyer Baizley is responsible for this 2014 screen printed poster. It is 12×12-inches, meaning that it is big enough to see, but not too big to take up too much space. The background is bright green, with what appears to be some brown mixed into the mix. Meanwhile, the apple/skull, which is front and center, is vivid purple. Aside from human teeth, the mouth of the skull is rather sinister-looking. It has two large fangs pointing outward that appear anything but human-like.
Boar Spear is a Mike Mitchell 2019 creation. It is a little smaller than the work mentioned above at 8×8-inches. Three hundred of the posters were printed, and this one is both signed and numbered by the artist. There is a half-opened Butterfinger candy bar with arms, legs, and a face in the middle. The character is carrying a spear and seems to be running toward whatever it is hunting. This poster can be a conversation topic, ensuring that you and your visitors always have something to talk about.
Phineas Jones is the artist behind this 1st edition variant. It is 14×11-inches, which allows the print to be easily seen from various distances. People might need a moment to wrap their head around what they are seeing. A fluffy white rabbit appears to be sitting on the floor in a house as green wallpaper is in the background. However, in place of the bunny's ears are four purple octopus tentacles. Homeowners are sure to get a kick out of staring at the piece daily. Not to mention, guests will probably appreciate what they see as well.