Here's a peek (chosen for their bright colours and powers of distraction, as discussed earlier).
Now, I love me a motivational slogan. They can focus, inspire or just make you smile. I'd love to hang this up on our wall, but now that the 6 year old is learning to read I can't get away with it.
So I found something a little more PC at Gus + Lula.
It's good to remember how lucky we really are. Find it here.
My Cup Runneth Over was the last print bought, but the first one to be received. How is that possible? you ask, nervously eyeing the space time continuum.
It's a digital print! You buy it, choose your colour and size ratio and within 24hrs it's in your inbox ready to print at home. If you have a decent printer it's a great way to fill walls with extremely well-priced art.
This next one is small (only 2.5 by 3.5 inches) but packs a punch. It's called The Blue Cat, and it's an original (!) by Teconlene.
I love buying from Etsy as their sellers often go the extra mile. Look at the personal touches on the envelope it came in:
Do Not Bend, European style.
Hand drawn kitty cuteness.
Open it up.
Now lots of Etsy sellers will pop a business card in their package, but look at this:
Cute little tea-bag.
Could it get any better?
Do you have any favourite online art print shops? Let us know about them in the comments.
Like Picasso said: "Art washes from the soul the dust of everyday life". Amen, Pablo.