Art for All: Affordable Fine Art Prints from 10 Artists We Love

If you love home tours as much as we do, you’ve probably noticed a theme in many spaces that appeal to you ⁠: artwork. The artwork that individuals put on their walls can make or break their space.

Often, sourcing art is also one of the most daunting interior design projects because, let’s face it: it can get really expensive! For this reason alone (along with the myriad of choices out there), shopping for wall art can seem like a frustrating process. But that’s where prints come in.

We are fortunate to live in a time when there is a wide range of talented artists and illustrators making work that appeals to a wide range of tastes and offers a little something for everyone. Many of these artists sell high-quality prints at an accessible price, and buying their prints is a great way to support their work while expressing your personality in your home. Since the options are seemingly endless, here are 10 visual artists and illustrators behind some of our favorite prints.

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Kanesha Sneed

Award-winning artist, author and creative director Kenesha Sneed, who goes by the name @tactilematter, creates works in soft, soothing tones that “speak to empowerment, to the black female experience, with a balance of color and useful forms”, as its website states. The Los Angeles native has prints available from $45 in her shop in a range of sizes, as well as a selection of blankets featuring her artwork.

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Alexis Jamet

French designer Alexis Jamet creates ethereal, almost ephemeral images that combine abstract shapes and familiar objects, creating work that ranges from commercial to experimental. His prints are available for sale in his personal shop and on the Fisk Projects online store from $25 and up.

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Niege Borges

Brooklyn-based Brazilian artist Niege Borges captures the vibrant, pulsating color of social life in his dynamic illustration using color and texture. His pieces often depict characters in action, caught up in the joy of a life well lived. Starting at $33, prints of his work can be purchased on Society6.

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Erick M. Ramos

Vancouver illustrator Erick M. Ramos creates dreamlike scenes that transport the viewer to a kind of alternate universe. “The thoughtfulness and consideration that my background provides flows into everything I do,” he says on his website. “This allows the work created to be applicable to a wide range of topics such as technology, science, lifestyle, mental health and current affairs while exuding personality and retaining a sense of courage. ” Prints of Erick’s work are currently available here for $25+.

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Simone Martin Newberry

Lush scenes often depicting interactions with plant life are the subject of prints by Chicago-based graphic designer and illustrator Simone Martin-Newberry. The pieces, printed on kraft paper, offer a serene window on the outside. Simone is a self-proclaimed fan of “color, texture and balance”, and the slightly contrasting hues of her work are sure to bring these elements into your interior. Simone’s prints can be purchased for $70 on her site.

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Crystal Zapata

For fans of abstract art, be sure to check out the work of Chicago graphic designer and artist Crystal Zapata. Crystal’s work is simple yet detailed, incorporating elegant shapes and familiar symbols to create images that dance across the page. You can explore Crystal’s portfolio on her site and purchase prints here and at the Fisk Projects store for $25-$33.

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Darien Birks

Familiar imagery is translated into vibrant psychedelic works in the practice of Portland-based illustrator and creative director Darien Birks. His previous experience as Art Director at Nike is evident in his use of sports imagery, which he reinterprets as flowing pieces that pop with color and energy. Darien’s work is available for purchase at 1xRun and the Fisk Projects store in the $25-$150 range.

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Jocelyne Tsaih

Playful characters dance across the images created by Oakland artist Jocelyn Tsaih, “which are meant to serve as vessels for those viewing his work.” His work explores “introspection, curiosity and the desire to dive deeper below the surface”. You can buy Jocelyn prints at Drool, Evermade, Hen’s Teeth and the Fisk Projects store starting at $25.

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Martian Press

Martian Press, the brainchild of Los Angeles-based Stephanie Lane Gage, is dedicated to “publishing primarily queer art and creative writing, with a thematic focus on science fiction and works of a speculative nature. “. Their prints are geometric and otherworldly, and they’re perfect for the sci-fi lover in all of us. You can buy their work from their store for $15+.

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Small mountain press

Vintage-looking textures and bold colors bring humor and energy to the work of New York and Shenzhen, China-based independent publishers Little Mountain Press. Their store features works by founders Xiao Mei and Mountain Dog, as well as their friends. The work available to Little Mountain Press is expressive and personal: “We [are] not afraid to express our Chinese sexuality and identity. Our mission is to turn boredom into joy and challenge people’s perception through print media. Starting at $15, you can purchase prints and other materials by the press from their store.

Elaine F. Brim