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I kind of feel like I am the last person to know about it, but I recently came across the online art gallery 20×200. This excited me because 1) they offer a huge array of unique pieces of art at insanely affordable prices and 2) I’ve seen and admired lots of these images around the blogosphere, and now I can trace them back to the artist!

Here are some of my favorites:

Space and Illusion, by Carrie Marill

Untitled, Tidal Bore (surfer), by Chris Ballantyne

Golden State Freeway/San Fernando Pass; from Los Angeles 02.12.04, by Michael Light


Rose Breasted Grosbeak, by Amy Jean Porter

These next four prints are part of a series I want to snap up and install as a gallery somewhere in my home. Do recognize what they are?

They’re maps of the Bay Area, LA, New York, and Paris! Awesome, right? (Note: if you’re interested in learning more about the artist, Aaron Straup Cope, go here; for more on the pretty maps project, go here. It’s neat!)

A few more faves:

Flora #2, by Christina Muraczewski

Myriad, by Yellena James

Praia Piquinia 11/08/10 12h15, by Christian Chaize

If you’re in the market for some unique artwork for your home, do give 20×200 a look. It’s an incredible resource!

(PS — The Emma Kisstina winner will be announced shortly!)

{Image Credits: All via 20×200. Please check out each of these images to learn more about the artists behind them. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11}

4 Responses

  1. Thanks for the tip! What a great resource. Those maps are gorgeous–I may have to get the New York one. So, so pretty and very unique.

  2. Beautiful! I love finding unique art. I think the 1st one is my favorite :)

  3. Nope, now I’m the last. Thanks for sharing. I’m looking for some pieces (aside from my mothers) to fill up my new apt walls and some of these would be perfect!
    ~ Julie

  4. Okay those map images are, like, the BOMB. I’ve even reverted back to my 1990’s self to tell you that…I know, you’re impressed. But seriously, I already have a thing for maps and those are just darn awesome! Fantastic resource!

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