Prints are a cheap, fun and beautiful way to pep up your walls - and they certainly capture all tastes, whether you pine for gorgeous illustrated film posters or work that is altogether more unexpected, such as Ben Tallon’s hilarious left-handed portraits of England players (shown).
Either s pend a few seconds on the Society6 homepage and you barely skim the surface of the prints on offer... or just read this round-up of the very best of the prints we’ve seen (and that’s a lot, by the way) to save precious time.
So, looking for a gorgeous print to either buy or lust over from behind your laptop screen? From rare limited editions to a couple of quid on a mass-produced design, we’ve got you (and your bare walls) covered.
Image: left-handed England portraits by ( Ben Tallon ) selected in our best Euro 2016 projects feature
Freelance illustrator Matthew Woodson’s poster commemorating hit cult film
Drive is calm, still, understated – and yet still feels very, very dangerous. Oh, and super cool too.
Created for the Film4 Summer Screen at Somerset House this August and under the curation of Print Club London, this sultry, typographic majesty of a poster celebrates Trainspotting.
See more gorgeous film posters and find out more about the exhibition.
Ben has totally absorbed the bonkers, fun joy of Ferris Bueller’s Day Off for a mouthwatering, detailed and beautifully coloured print you can buy on his website.
Sun’s out, Guns out by Marylou Faure
In a true celebration of summer, Marylou’s print - which is one of a collection - uses unapologetic blood colour and lines to shine from the page. You can by Sun’s Out Guns Out, or any more of her sunny collection, from her shop.
Read more about Marylou’s work.
Constructed by Pawel Nolbert
Pawel Nolbert has Photoshopped the world into a bright, happier place - - by altering travel photos to create his perfect reality. Now he can transform your living room with his happy imaginings too - as we jumped for joy over in our feature just check out his Society6 profile.
We fell in love with this cat’s bum at Pick Me Up. And now we’re falling all over again. It truly follows you round the room. To discover its apparent omniscience yourself, buy the print from the Hato Press shop.
Find out more of the best (including great prints) from Pick Me Up festival.
Transport for London has commissioned some incredible illustrations over the past century. Virginie Morgan’s series - - depicts the capital’s busy, buzzy nightlife with deep, dramatic colour palettes and gorgeous, flowing shapes. which you can read more about in our feature
Oh, NASA - great space explorer and great illustrator commissioner. One of three gorgeous design created for the 2016 NASA calendar by Invisible Creature,
The Grand Tour is a mesmerisingly beautiful ode to NASA’s Voyager missions.
Limited edition John Grant print by Switchopen
Musician John Grant commissioned Switchopen to create this gorgeous limited edition print for his latest London gig at the Royal Albert Hall - check out hint of the incredible ceiling in the piece, made into something strange and otherworldly.