Based out of Brooklyn, the Leif Store sells curated home goods, jewelry, and lots of affordable original art, like the watercolor above, starting at $24. Shop here.
Tappan Collective is an online platform connecting emerging artists with emerging collectors. Limited edition and exclusive prints are available starting at $20. Visit the site here.
J Hill Design has city, state and landmark prints of their own colorful designs. With 8-by-10s starting at $12, the paintings can even be personalized with neighborhoods, names, or text. Visit the store here.
Little Paper Planes is a community of artists curators and collectors that sells and promotes new artists. It sells paintings, prints, photographs, and sculptural pieces starting at $15. Visit the store here.
Minted sells limited edition prints on archival paper from dozens of independent artists. Prints start at $20, and can also be ordered with frames and mattes. Visit the store here.
Sebastian Foster is a contemporary art gallery and print studio located in Austin, Texas. Its website sells limited edition prints from various artists starting as low as $25. Visit here.
Michelle Armas is a painter based out of Atlanta. She sells prints and original oil paintings on her website, starting at $35. Visit the site here.
Started in 2007, Jane Mount’s Ideal Bookshelf Project shows hand-painted spines of people’s favorite books. You can buy prints of existing collections starting at $34, or get your own books hand painted starting at $135. See the collection here.
In addition to wallpaper, calendars, and temporary tats, Rifle Paper Co. also has wall prints of its beautiful designs, starting at $24. See them all here.
Thumbtack Press is one of the oldest print sites on the internet, selling digital prints of illustrations, comics, and photography from top artists starting at $19.99. See the store here.
The Animal Printshop is the online gallery and store for photographer Sharon Montrose. Portraits of these (real!) animals are available framed or unframed, starting at $25. Visit the site here.
Society 6 sells screen-printed home decor, clothing, and wall prints from artists like Tina Crespo (above), Wendy Macnaughton, Marc Johns, Karen Hallion, and more starting at $15.50. See the store here.
The recently relaunched 20×200 project by Jen Bekman aims to make art collecting more affordable. Prints start as low as $24 for emerging and well-known artists. Visit the site here.
Tiny Showcase is an online forum for promoting new artists. For each limited edition print purchased, a portion of the proceeds goes to support a charitable organization of that artists choice. Unframed prints start at $30. See more here.
Little Collector by ArtStar sells playful art designed just for kids, starting at $40. Visit the store here.
Zatista was started by executives from eBay who wanted to make it easier and more affordable to buy original art. Prints are as low as $55. See them all here.
ArtRiver is an online store that sells limited edition prints from a handful of well-known and emerging modern artists. Prints start at $29. Visit the store here.
MADE offers hand-screened, digital, and giclee prints from a variety of British artists, starting at $34 (£20). Visit the store here.
Schoolhouse Electric is a home outfitter that also sells unique art hangings and prints starting at $45. Visit the store here.
Art Stream sells framed and unframed fine art prints and original works starting at $35. See the collection here.
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