Think big. Inspired by geometric stone carvings, this grand Whitewashed Wood Wall Art adds pattern and texture to spaces in need of some drama. 47.5"sq. x 1"d. Engineered whitewashed wood. Hanging hardware included. Imported. DETAILED SPECIFICATIONS Overall product dimensions: 47.5"sq. x 1"d; 25 lbs. CARE Wipe clean with a damp cloth.
Don't blink. This Staredown print, by Amy Carroll, comes to us from our collaboration with Minted, a community of independent designers and artists. Created in collaboration with Minted.com. 40"w x 30"l. Wood frame. Made in the USA. DETAILED SPECIFICATIONS Overall product dimensions: 40"w x 30"l. CARE Wipe clean.
These illustrated maps break down the local neighborhoods of some of our favorite cities. They're printed using archival full-color ink on bright white poster paper and make a great gift. Designed and printed by 42 Pressed. 16"w x 20"l. Printed using archival full-color ink and copper foil on poster paper. Made in the USA. DETAILED SPECIFICATIONS Overall product dimensions: 16"w x 20"l. CARE Wipe clean.
Alexandra Gray Bennett and Jocelin Johnson of Minneapolis, MN-based Louise Gray use traditional techniques to create their modern, geometric quilts. They enlist local artisans to handcraft each quilt from 100% cotton. We love them displayed on a wall with a quilt hanger or layered on a bed. Created by Louise Gray. 54"w x 72"l. Twin size. 100% cotton material. Hang with the Louise Gray Quilt Hanger (sold separately). Designed and made in Minneapolis, MN. Louise Gray was founded with the mission to keep manufacturing local while paying homage to old traditions. They translate their love of contemporary design to their pieces. Each of their modern, geometric quilts and hangers is designed to enhance the living space of the detail-oriented and socially conscious, and to be around for generations to come. Maker: Louise Gray We create: Contemporary quilts We use: 100% cotton Based in: Minneapolis, MN Favorite local hangout: Lucia's Restaurant Our favorite thing about our neighborhood is: The park system and community of makers Lately, we’ve been inspired by: The juxtaposition of old and new, traditional and contemporary The most important thing in our workspace is: Our golden retriever, Leni See more of what we make: www.louisegray.com @louisegray_studio Check out their must-see spots in Minneapolis on our blog .
Created by Canadian photographer Irene Suchocki, these modern, minimal horse portraits make a statement displayed alone or mixed with other art on a gallery wall. Wood frame in a Medium Oak finish. Made in the USA. DETAILED SPECIFICATIONS Horse I: 40"w x 27"l. Horse II: 37"w x 30"l. Horse III: 34"sq. Horse IV: 34"sq. Horse V: 34"sq. CARE Wipe clean.
Creative firm Roar + Rabbit's designs blend modern style with whimsical details. Style meets substance with these striking metal and mirror panels that serve as functional art for your walls. Hang individually or pair them together to make a diptych for double the fun. Created in collaboration with Roar + Rabbit. 18"w x 0.6"d x 36"h (each). Glass and metal in mixed finishes. Sold individually. Imported. DETAILED SPECIFICATIONS Overall dimensions: 18"w x 0.6"d x 36"h (each). CARE Wipe clean with damp cloth.
Alexis Oliva and Yanira Lopez, the macramé artists and makers behind Yerbamala Designs, used the world around them as inspiration for this modern wall hanging. Made using traditional macramé techniques with a modern twist, each piece embodies a bit of its surroundings—from the flavors of Miami to mid-century color combos. Created by Yerbamala Designs. 25"w x 30”l. 100% cotton cord. Each piece is unique, color variation may occur. Designed and crafted in Miami, Florida. Taking inspiration from nature, architecture and their hometown of Havana, Alexis Oliva and Yanira Lopez founded Yerbamala Designs, producing macramé plant holders and works of art in their home studio. They use a high attention to detail in the work, creating an aesthetic that bridges the gap between “more is more” and “less is more”. Maker: Yerbamala Designs We create: Macramé plant hangers and wall hanging pieces We use: Natural and recycled cotton cords Based in: Fort Lauderdale, Florida Favorite local hangout: Lagniappe House Design should be: Clean, timeless and inspiring See more of what we make: @yerbamaladesigns . Take a closer look at their macramé art on our blog or see more Miami makers on our YouTube channel .
Fresh perspective. This Amarillo wall art by Miranda Lyn Bassett comes to us from our collaboration with Minted, a community of independent designers and artists. Created in collaboration with Minted.com. 31"w x 40"l. Wood frame. Made in the USA. DETAILED SPECIFICATIONS Overall product dimensions: 31"w x 40"l. CARE Wipe clean.
We collaborated with L.A.-based artists cooperative The Arts Capsule to bring you a collection of bold abstract artwork inspired by their original paintings. In gold and blue colorways, each print offers a unique, up-close perspective on classic mid-century graphics. Printed on metallic paper. Wood frame in a Gold metallic finish. Sold individually or in a mixed set of 2. Made in the USA. DETAILED SPECIFICATIONS Small: 16"w x 28"h. Large: 28"w x 50"h. CARE Wipe clean.
David Anthony Harman is the Knoxville, Tennessee-based maker of Native Maps. Inspired by long bike rides throughout his hometown, David began compiling an intricate map, and eventually expanded the project to other cities. He believes that neighborhoods are personal, and wanted to "create an elegant, research-driven, handmade map not only for the local, but for the native." Each map is screen printed by hand in small batches with acrylic ink on heavyweight archival paper. Created by Native Maps. 18"w x 24"l. Gold + Navy: 16"w x 20"l. 100 lb. archival paper. Acrylic screen printing ink. Designed and made in Knoxville, TN. A fan of taking the long way home and getting off the beaten path, painter David Harman and a friend set out to make an accurate map of a small neighborhood in South Dallas. With the idea that exploring neighborhoods is personal, they wanted to create something intimate—not only for the locals, but for the natives. Together with his wife, Becca, they bought some paper and started creating and printing intricate maps of cities across the US by hand. Maker: Native Maps We create: Obsessively researched, hand-printed neighborhood maps We use: Water-based inks and sturdy paper Based in: Knoxville, Tennessee Favorite local hangout: Wild Love Bakehouse Our favorite things about our neighborhood/city are: It’s hard to go somewhere without running into a friend, and Knoxville loves its local makers. Lately, we've been inspired by: Children’s drawings. The most important thing in our workspace is: Good light and good music. See more of what we make: www.nativemaps.us @nativemaps