On Earth Day, we celebrate our planet’s beauty and acknowledge the challenges we face protecting our home for the future. It’s a great day to research ways you can make a difference, from reducing, reusing and recycling to going vegan for the animals, people and planet! We’re all in this together, and each of us is a powerful force for positive change. Whether you share it on social media or hang it up on your wall, environmentalist art is an enduring reminder to go green and save the world.
Fresh florals and dreamy colors pave the way for springtime in the Northern Hemisphere. It’s a time of growth and renewal: the perfect time to expand your art collection, nurture your creative side and liven up your decor with uplifting works of art! Using media ranging from photography to colored pencils, these six artists capture the feeling of spring in their depictions of flowers and other natural beauty.
With a diverse community of artists producing art in a variety of styles, themes and subjects, there’s truly something for everyone available on INPRNT. This week we're featuring a few of our favorite prints by Annie Wu, Ashley Mackenzie, Huebucket and Aster Hung. Click through and discover thousands of new artists by browsing the site. We promise you'll find something you love! Every shop owner on INPRNT was selected for membership by our community of artists. Having a curated gallery empowers our members and makes our print collection totally unique!
There’s a chill in the air here at INPRNT, so we’ve gathered up some of our favorite autumn artwork for you to fall in love with. Celebrate the changing seasons with images as beautiful as the changing leaves. You’ll still be enjoying these timelessly beautiful prints in the months and years to come. If it’s fall where you are too, we hope you stay cozy and warm as the days slip into winter.
Whatʼs even more wickedly good than Halloween candy? Spooky art prints you can enjoy year round! Celebrate with ghosts, ghouls, goblins and witches that perfectly capture the "spirit" of the holiday. And don't forget to pick up some art cards for your friends and family—the sugar-coated sentiments you write inside will satisfy their sweet tooth and leave them spellbound! Plus, you'll enjoy scary-awesome savings when you get multiple cards. No tricks here, just the chance to stock up on archival art cards that will still look hauntingly beautiful for decades to come... with vibrant colors that wonʼt fade, even when you're in your grave! Featured art by Lane Brown, Greg Abbott and Kali Ciesemier
Decorate your home with art prints using these traditional concepts. They assign power colors to each room to maximize health and happiness, so you’ll get a boost from enjoying your favorite artwork, along with the benefits associated with the colors you love! Freshen up your home with lively colors, lift your mood and energize your space today.
Yellow is a powerful color for your kitchen. It’s sunny, cheerful, and can even fire up your metabolism! Prints related to food will encourage appetite and inspire you to create beautifully artistic meals. With a vibrant Art Deco style and Food and Drink motif, Roaring 20s by Kali Ciesemier adds the perfect pop of yellow to your kitchen.
The color red is a sophisticated choice for your dining room—it also stimulates hunger, making mealtimes even more satisfying. Look for interesting artwork to transform your dining area into a relaxing yet cultured space. Chez Boris Red, a patterned illustration by Edward Kwong, will make your dining room feel as welcoming as your favorite café.
Bring some blue tones into your office or art studio to make it a more productive place to work. The color blue calms and focuses the mind, helping you stay serene through tough days and deadlines. Photography brings the outside world into your work space, like the surreal landscape seen in Free Breakers by Erik Johansson.
Fresh, tranquil green will make your bedroom a sanctuary of rest and relaxation. A longstanding symbol of health and vitality, green’s soothing properties make it the ideal color for restorative sleep. Include green in your bedroom, and enjoy increased energy and rejuvenation, with foliage prints like Rubber Plant by Erin Lux.
Purple is a positive color for living rooms. Whether you’re having friends over or settling in for a cozy night on your own, decorating your living space with shades of purple can encourage activity and socialization. Dramatic portraits like Prey by Anna Dittmann are the perfect conversation piece and instantly liven up your living room.
For every other room in your home, look for neutral colors like white to round out your personal aesthetic. Select artwork that showcases your personality, makes you think or simply brings a smile to your face. In The Woods by Dadu Shin has a charming minimalist style, telling an compelling story over a clean white background.
These principles are based on scientific studies and beliefs from ancient cultures. We have presented them here in the spirit of playfulness and inspiration to give you some great ideas for decorating and energizing your home! At INPRNT we have thousands of artists whose work is ready for you to discover and enjoy.
We’re well into the dog days of summer here in the US, so it seems like the perfect time to highlight some of our favorite summer-themed art from the INPRNT marketplace. Among the many incredible summer-inspired pieces on the site, we looked for ones that evoked the feeling of summer—long days, hot weather, freedom, joy, nostalgia. Our hope is that you’ll love these pieces as much as we do!
You can check out the prints below and follow the artists in your Activity Stream so you can keep up with their latest contributions. And of course, we encourage you to pick up your favorite pieces so you can enjoy them all year round!