When it comes to artwork, I like very different things at home and at work. At home, I like calm, serene photos of water and fields or simple photographs of places that mean something special to me. But when it comes to my work space, I like the art around me to be uplifting. Whether it’s a “go get ‘em, tiger!” sort of poster or something a bit more subtle, I like to make sure my work space is full of images and sayings that will motivate me to work smarter and try harder. Two of my favorites right now are these colorful (and shiny) prints from Erin Guido. I first spotted them at Leif and they reminded me that inspiring prints don’t have to be so straight-forward and business related. They could be great moments or feelings that keep you happy or remind you of how you want your team, customers or community to feel. I decided to dive a little deeper into the back story of these prints, and thankfully Erin was kind enough to indulge me. I love learning that these sayings are inspired by a specific person Erin would like to send a message to - that little tidbit made my day. Thanks so much to Erin for sharing the story behind two of the happiest prints around. xo, grace
Click through to read why Erin’s design motto is “reduce, reduce, reduce” after the jump!