Affordable Art

above: monstera by seventytree

this year i made my first real art purchase. my friend Amy is the curator of Smith, a gallery in central Cape Town – so i am lucky to have a small glimpse into what’s happening in the contemporary South Africa art world. i would love to expand our art collection, but it’s something that has to come slowly and surely when you are starting out.

i always have – and still do – rely on finding “affordable art” to hang in my home & studio. i’m not averse to printing a picture i like and slapping it in an old frame, but i prefer supporting artists by purchasing original posters & prints. plus, the art is better. there are a bunch of goodies on Etsy and other online shops. here are a few i like.

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FEET by srpaperworks

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LOVE by Mess Project

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Only in my dreams by Rachel Levit

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Swimmer by Sabrina Arnault

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This is bananas by BoHelina

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Running Lady & Man wooden wall hanging by Amy Victoria Marsh

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Cactus print by Banquet

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Face print by Tuesday Morning

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Be A Nice Human by Oh My Deer

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Cumulonimbus by Daniel Espeset

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Astronomy Print by The Curators Prints

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The Station by Blancucha

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No Idea by Watersounds

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Plants by Karolin Schnoor

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Divers by Timothy Hunt

Affordable ArtForest by LinTho

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The Hut by Cedille Fabrique

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Buffalo by Becca Stadtlander

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Deer by Dawid Ryski

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Big Black Cat by Elliot Kruszynski

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Love Yourself by I Love Doodle

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Abstract Heads by Boriana

6 Comments

  1. Amazing selection! I’d love to move into buying real grownup art too but honestly have no idea where to start.

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