Nine great websites that sell affordable prints for your office.

Photograph by Jeremy Liebman for Bloomberg Businessweek

Nine great websites that sell affordable prints for your office.

Photograph by Jeremy Liebman for Bloomberg Businessweek

Office Art: Nine Websites for Affordable Prints

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Nine great websites that sell affordable prints for your office.

Photograph by Jeremy Liebman for Bloomberg Businessweek
Stampa
Stampa

stampa.us.com
Cute, colorful drawings of birds, beards, and bananas are standard fare at Stampa—an offshoot of a commercial agency that reps dozens of up-and-coming illustrators. The site also has the occasional abstract composition, like this graphic offering by a Bangkok-based designer.

Tongue by Sirichai, starting at $200

Sirichai via stampa.us.com
Eye Buy Art
Eye Buy Art

eyebuyart.com
Every two weeks, this company prints and releases two photos by new talents, many of whom are drawn from the winners of the annual Flash Forward competition, which celebrates photography from the U.S., Canada, and Britain. Each image is offered as an archival-quality chromogenic print in three frame-standard sizes.

Edouard-Montpetit Station, 2008 by John van der Woude, starting at $100

John van der Woude via eyebuyart.com
Exhibition A
Exhibition A

exhibitiona.com
Founded by influential New York gallerist Bill Powers and his wife, fashion designer Cynthia Rowley, this site caters to those who love contemporary art but not its outrageous price tags. Edgy, of-the-moment editions by darlings such as Andrew Kuo and FriendsWithYou go for a fraction of their gallery prices.

Blue Man by FriendsWithYou, $100

FriendsWithYou via exhibitiona.com
20x200
20x200

youshouldbuyart.com
After disappearing for a while, curator Jen Bekman’s company—which created the craze for affordable editions in 2007—is back with a stable of artists including Tumblr celebrities such as Jason Polan and Lisa Congdon, as well as legends like Dorothea Lange. Cheaper exclusive commissions sell out quickly, or you can spend upwards of $10,000 for large, small-run works like those found through traditional channels.

Howon by Hosang Park, starting at $60

Hosang Park via youshouldbuyart.com
Printed Matter
Printed Matter

printedmatter.org
The legendary New York shop is best known for its exhaustive selection of design books—the brick-and-mortar store stocks more than 38,000. But the website also sells cool posters, from reproductions of old exhibition fliers to iconic political graphics to special editions such as this set.

Six Declarative Posters by Womanza, $25 for six

Womanza via printedmatter.org
Minted
Minted

minted.com
Pieces for sale on Minted, which began as a digital stationery shop before expanding to archival prints, are selected using a crowdsourcing process that makes for diverse viewpoints. (Submissions have come in from 43 countries, including Kazakhstan.) Still, the collection feels coherent, because most items look pleasant and pretty.

Sushi by Katie Craig, starting at $2

Katie Craig via minted.com
ArtWeLove
ArtWeLove

shop.artwelove.com
This more mainstream enterprise focuses on creators whose works can be found in top galleries, collections, and museums such as New York’s MoMA and Guggenheim. Being from a famous art family also helps land you on the roster, as in the case of this classical drawing by Richard Serra’s nephew.

Socrates by Shelter Serra, starting at $25

Shelter Serra via shop.artwelove.com
Leif
Leif

leifshop.com
This somewhat twee site caters to lifestyle shoppers seeking a Brooklyn vibe: Handmade ceramics, ethnic textiles, geode bookends, and dozens of pastel-heavy prints abound. This less clichéd geometric collage is influenced by the work of Swiss artist Paul Klee.

The Blue One by Courtney Price, $90

Courtney via leifshop.com
Mammoth
Mammoth

mammoth.co
Run by four artists on a farm on Canada’s West Coast, this indie online gallery focuses on quirky, Internet-inspired illustrations. The inventory also features underwater photos shot by a zoologist, paintings of military bunkers, and, for some reason, lots of pictures of crystals.

Remote by Andrew McGranahan, starting at $25

Andrew McGranahan via mammoth.co