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poster love

by Grace Bonney


this year i’ve been trying to set aside a little mini-savings fund to buy some original artwork and well, it hasn’t been going so well. i keep dipping into it for cut flower money or little snacks here and there, so it looks like i’ve going to be focusing on prints + posters again this year. so i thought i’d share some great poster options that have been sitting in my inbox for a few days now. first up is the site wall blank– they’ve got a great collection of new and vintage prints at really reasonable prices, and some are about to be retired as part of the relaunch of the site soon. so if you’re looking for some fun vintage posters (those were my favorites in their collection) click here to check out and shop the full collection. [thanks, virginia!]


the haiti poster project has been going strong since january of this year, but i sadly have somehow forgotten to celebrate it here at d*s until now (sorry). the project is a collaboration of artists and designers around the world who’ve designed posters to benefit the victims of the earthquake in haiti. there are so many beautiful designs to choose from, and the profits go to a great cause, so there’s not much else to say other than: if you need some new artwork and have a little bit of money to spare, this is the way to go. you can search posters based on size, artist, or price, so click here to see what’s currently available. also, if you’re an artist and would like to participate, the project is still accepting submissions. [thanks, nicole!]

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