Art prints are multiples of the same piece. They are not typically the original print. Rather, these units are reproductions, but still, they just as gorgeous initial works. Therefore, citizens all across the United States should consider decorating their homes, offices, garages, or wherever with limited edition screen prints. Don't wait too long though. After all, you don't want to be left on the fence deciding only to discover someone else bought the perfect one right out from under you.
Choose Limited Edition Screen Prints That Are Pleasing To The Eye
Finding the perfect decorations for any room are tiresome and tedious tasks. It is such a time-consuming process because the purchaser has to be sure that they will enjoy viewing the piece on a daily basis. Plus, they want to get a unit that makes the space pop while making their friends, family members, and guests envious too. Well, you have come to the right place if you are looking for chic decor. Continue reading to learn about some of the exceptional works that are available today.
This first edition limited edition screen printed poster was created by Dan McAdam of Crosshair in 2007. Only 100 of the pieces are in existence, and this one is signed and numbered by the artist. It is 23.5×17.5-inches, which means it is big enough to be seen from across the room. The poster is not as bright and vivid as some, but it shows once proud buildings standing in the background that have been ravaged by the weather and neglect over the years.
Fishing enthusiasts will appreciate having this poster of a Black Crappie, also called a Pomoxis nigromaculatus, hanging on their wall. It is a first edition Justin Santora piece, which the artist signed and numbered out of only 75 copies. The designer captured the precise details of the fish to give it a realistic appeal. For those with space concerns, Black Crappie won't take up too much space as it is a 10×10-inch size.
Folks that like partying and drinking with their friends will get a kick out of this limited edition screen printed poster. There were 250 created in all, but the artist, Dan Grzeca, signed and numbered this unit. The name of the piece says it all. There are different terms, images, and symbols that show how people make toasts worldwide. It is 18x 24-inches, which means the purchaser won't have any problems showing it off.