Both art posters and original artworks have their advantages and disadvantages when choosing what fits you and your home. The choice between them depends on personal preferences and budget.

Let us give you a quick overview!

Art Posters:

  • Price: Art posters are often a more affordable solution than original artworks. This allows you to decorate your home with art without breaking the bank.

  • Availability: Art posters are readily available in a wide range of styles, colors, and sizes, and they are easy to hang and update.

  • Versatility: Art posters are easy to swap out and change with other posters or images to update your interior.

Here's an example of an art poster. With us, every design is sold in multiple different sizes and printed on 180g matte gallery paper.

Original Artworks:

  • Uniqueness: Original artworks are one-of-a-kind pieces, making them a unique addition to your home décor.

  • Value: Original artworks often appreciate in value over time, making them a great investment.

  • Emotional connection: Owning an original artwork can provide a deeper emotional connection to the piece, as well as to the artist.

Above you see an example of an original artwork. This comes on canvas, and there is only one example of this.

Ultimately, the choice between art posters and original artworks depends on personal preferences and budget. Art posters provide a cheap and easy way to update your home with art, while original artworks provide a unique experience and value. Regardless of what you choose, art will always contribute to improving your home and creating a more lively and stylish atmosphere.

If you want to check out our art posters, you can browse through our selection here:

If you want to see our original works, you can click here:

Written by Linn Wold

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