As a lover of film and TV, this might be my favorite wall art shopping guide so far! It was also really, really, really hard to narrow it down to a mere 20 prints. My suggestion?? Hit up your favorite online marketplace (Etsy, Society6, Cargoh, Supermarket, etc.) and do a search for the shows you love the most. It’ll blow your mind. Meanwhile, here are my picks for awesome movie- and TV-inspired prints! Continue Reading
Jessica at Craftily Ever After is extending the giving season by giving all of us three free New Year’s ‘Keep Calm’ posters. However, they will only be available for one week. After that, if you want it, they’ll cost ya. Click here to nab your copy of the one pictured above. To get the second in the series–pictured below–click here. Jessica hasn’t posted today’s offering yet, but based on these two, I’m sure it will be delightful. Continue Reading
With the help of Block Posters, we can turn any picture into a block poster for free. The procedure seems simple enough: Upload your image, choose how many sheets wide you want your poster and then download it as a PDF containing individual 'blocks' that you reassemble any way you want. Okay, so you may or may not have to pay for the printing, but still…it's pretty cool. Go to Block Posters to get started, and if you need a little inspiration, you can find it in their gallery. Continue Reading
According to Premiere.com, ‘If watching a film is like having a dream wide awake, then movie posters are invitations to those dreams.’ The 25 posters, which Premiere has deemed the greatest, are not just eye-catching advertisements but works of art. To view Premiere’s entire gallery, go here. To buy reproductions of these and other movie posters, try allposters.com. Their selection is vast and their prices are low!
The first time I came across La Belle Epoque, I swooned. No joke. My case of the vapors was provoked by combination of things. First and foremost it was caused by their glorious selection of authentic vintage advertizing posters. Second was the price tags of said posters. A 47″ x 63″ Mossant, circa 1938 will run you between 1,600 and 3,000 bucks–and that’s not even on the high end of their pricing scale.
Now, I would love nothing better to include images from their site, but the web gods have forbidden it. Continue Reading