I want to buy four or five interesting posters to fill up my blank walls in my new place and make it feel like 'mine'. I'd prefer to pick them out in person, rather than buying online. I'm especially interested in 20th century art (particularly abstract or semi-abstract), nature or urban photography, vintage maps and prints, and almost anything art deco or art nouveau. I'm also open to serendipitous discoveries that don't fit any of the above. Is there a place in New York that stocks a wide breadth of such things? [more inside]
I'm a huge fan of science fiction book cover art (especially the 50s through the 80s) and I like to use ideas from them to make posters for my band. If you need examples: this should explain what I'm looking for. I'm wondering if there are existing resources for science fiction cover art or general science fiction art that mirrors this sort of style and substance? I especially need resources that are fair use, free to modify etc. etc. We use these posters to advertise our shows at places which usually have a cover charge -- so I will need content that I can modify to use "commercially". [more inside]
Where can I get large poster prints of Andy Goldsworthy's more popular pictures? [more inside]
artfilter: Can you suggest specific prints and posters? [more inside]
Best source for art prints? [more inside]
Looking for examples of good bold / striking book covers and other graphic design [more inside]
Where can I find Portal 2 posters? [more inside]
A similar question has been asked before but I am looking for a Gursky poster for my apt- ideally (one of) the Schiphol airport series. [more inside]
I have a number of unframed art prints and posters, and would like to do the framing myself. What advice do you have for me? [more inside]
I need posters for my walls, and have fallen in love with the concept art for Romeo and Juliet: The War. (Art I am in love with: 1, 2, 3.) However, I can't have it. Any ideas on where to find similar art, in poster-printable quality? [more inside]
Please help me find prints or posters of illuminations by Hildegard of Bingen. [more inside]
Affordable reproduction of Wyeth's Northern Point? [more inside]
Clyfford Still is my favorite artist ever. Unfortunately, I am having a very difficult time finding prints of his work, except for the same 2-3 that always show up on sites like art.com. I've been looking for years. Any suggestions? [more inside]
Blueprint artwork for recipes . . . has anyone seen these? [more inside]
I now have blank wallspace and shelfspace in my office -- help me fill 'em with some scientific eye candy! [more inside]
I'd like to print a very small run of posters (maybe 15 each of 6 or 7 different, related designs) soon. What's the best way to go about this? [more inside]
Any ideas for affordable artwork? Something beyond movie and band posters? [more inside]
Where can I find this poster from the movie 'Qui etes vous Polly Magoo?' without paying $900? Also can you recomend any movie posters that have similar design (in terms of style)?
What are the threadless-ish equivalent websites for posters, art objects, etc? [more inside]
I'm looking for "urban" decoration and posters. [more inside]
I want to transform my room into a jazz lair! [more inside]
With the joyous event of the election of a Rudd Labor Government here in Australia, I'm thinking of commemorating the win by taking the front page of a few newspapers and turning them into one of those hard wood posters you can buy from some music stores and poster shops. I am reliably informed that this process is called 'poster boarding' and from the few places I've looked at who do it professionally, this is going to set me back anywhere between $100 to $300 per poster. So I'm wondering if this is something I could do myself. If so, what do I need to buy, what do I need to do (a step by step process would be nice) and, importantly, how easy/hard will this be for a first-timer to do?
My boyfriend got a cool promotion but he's keeping the same office so I want to celebrate by giving him a new framed poster. Please suggest some good places where I could order one online. (The poster, not the frame.) [more inside]
Movie posters normally carry images that look hand-drawn. Even 'real' landscapes, or people, are frequently represented in this style. Why do studios do this? And are these images really drawn by hand, or are they just photoshopped photos? [more inside]
Are any of the old Soviet poster designers still working? [more inside]
Where can I find inexpensive--but original--art or cool posters in San Francisco? [more inside]
William Eggleston, man I love this guy. I've been to a couple of exhibitions of his work in London and thought they were great. His use of colour in documenting the South is astonishing. Where can I buy posters of his work? [more inside]
PosterFilter: Help me find a poster of Space Colony artwork that jwz blogged about yesterday. [more inside]
We're looking for a cool poster of the periodic table. This and this are considerations, but we'd rather have something more interesting. A poster of one of the early designs would be especially neato.
I'd like a copy of The Vinegar Tasters, but so far have been unable to find one. Any suggestions?
Does anyone have any suggestions for interesting techie office art? [more inside]