Always hunting for new wall art? Bookmark these new online print stores now
We talk a lot about shoppable art here at Stylist Loves, because we’re often switching up the prints in our own homes. And given it looks like we’ll be spending more time than usual indoors this autumn, we won’t be ditching the quick and painless way to reenergise our walls any time soon.
As a result, we’re slightly obsessed with Print Sisters Archive, an online shop launched this summer by Claudia and Alexia Clinton-Smith. The east London-based sisters have created a range of beautifully intricate original prints on recycled and sustainable paper, inspired by vintage textiles and artworks from the 1800s to the 1970s (from £35). We’re also into graphic designer Justyna Green’s new print shop, where you’ll find her vivid illustrations of women and animals (from £50), and artist Şifa Mustafa’s latest shell and seaweed studies, which recently dropped at East End Prints (from £19.95). Apologies in advance to your bank balance, because you’re going to want them all.
Give your plant babies a new home with these stylish pots
MADE / £39
We enjoy the bulbous shape of these just as much as the fact they contain a drainage tray for excess water
PEG & BOARD / £22
Available in five cheery colours, this wall-mounted planter is ideal for those who are running out of shelf space
HABITAT / £8
Contrast the Scandi-esque monochrome cross design with a vibrant green boston fern or a mini swiss cheese plant
Expand your horizons with the return of this thought-provoking book series
If you’ve binged your way through all of the recently released novels and are in need a fiction palate cleanser, fret not: after a decade-long hiatus, Penguin is adding 20 new titles to its Great Ideas series today, complete with pleasingly graphic covers.
The new selection of pocket-sized paperbacks features non-fiction works from a diverse list of “great thinkers, pioneers, radicals and visionaries”, and the names in the line-up definitely warrant that description: think stirring feminist essays from Audre Lorde in When I Dare To Be Powerful, creative meditations from Oscar Wilde in The Decay of Lying, and powerful philosophies from Simone Weil in The Power of Words. And in case you do fancy tackling some Ancient Greek wisdom, we point you in the direction of Being Happy by Epicurus, a fascinating set of life lessons on finding happiness in the most testing of times. It’s like he knew something about 2020 ahead of everyone else… £5.99 each, Penguin
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