Finding affordable art for your home is never easy. It can be hard to know what you want. When you finally do, it can be hard to find just the right piece. And then it can be very expensive. Thankfully, there are some innovative solutions for good looking art prints that will not break your bank. I just discovered another favorite option.
I’ve long been obsessed with the hidden gem The Poster Club. There you can find a collection of art prints that belie the site’s name. But the latest addition, from Copenhagen-based design Studio Atelier Cph, take things to another level.
Atelier Cph is a multidisciplinary creative studio based in an old biscuit factory in central Copenhagen. The studio is founded by the Dutch art director Mandy Rep and Danish trend forecaster Sara Ingemann. For their new collection, they have created two abstract art prints inspired by cubist and sculptural interpretations of the human face. The artwork is created by layering elements of hand painted shapes and colours. The colour palette is inspired by the 70’s, yet the mod-mix of dusty pink, blue and pops of orange might just be the perfect way to add a splash of colour to my otherwise extremely neutral home. Then again, the black and white version is equally compelling. Regardless, these prints are proof positive that you can still get away with putting up posters in your house – and no one even has to know.
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photography by Morten Bentzon courtesy of the poster club