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June Giveaway: Win a $500 Gift Card to Spend on Art from Fineprint Co

Art is such a personal thing. When I’m working with design clients it can often be the hardest piece of the puzzle to get right.

So many clients tell me “I’ll know it when I see it,” which is absolutely understandable. It takes time to find the right piece for your home. This isn’t a cushion, after all. You can’t just swap it out. And you certainly can’t karate chop an artwork (you know how fond I am of a chopped cushion). So it’s important not to rush these decisions.

Given the above, it delights me to no end to partner with Fineprint Co on TLC’s June giveaway. Not only because they’re an amazing local business, but because their range is so extensive.

If you’ve ever thought, I don’t know what my art style is, or you’re like some of my clients who’ll know the right one when they see it, this post is very timely indeed. Because you’ll have a chance at the end of this post to win a $500 voucher to spend on art in Fineprint Co’s online store. And a scroll through their range will definitely have you ooh-ing and ahh-ing.

If you’re worried about choosing the wrong piece, then you need to read my No-Regret Art Buying Guide here. Or, just scroll on through as I show you some of my fave pieces from the Fineprint Co range.

Pictured above: Blustery by Erin Rigney.

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Fineprint Co is the Home of Slim Aarons

If you’re not across the legendary art of Slim Aarons, where have you been? This talented American photographer captured the golden age and wealth in the 1970s and his work has been adorning walls ever since.

The Kaufmann Desert House, pictured above, is one of his more famous works, as is a personal fave of mine, Poolside Gossip. But there are a tonne of photographs in the Slim Aarons range that I know you’ll love.

The good news just in is that Fineprint Co is the exclusive agent for Getty Images here in Australia. This means they’re the only company to have exclusive access to the original Slim Aarons negatives held in the archives at Getty Images.

All Slim Aarons prints from Fineprint Co are embossed with ‘Getty Images Archives’ and comes with a certificate of Authenticity. So you know they’re the real deal.

Prints in this collection start at $510.

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We Love Us Some Line Drawings

The Fineprint Co range is massive. Like, absolutely monstrous. The hardest part of this entire giveaway will be deciding which artworks you’d like to spend your $500 voucher on.

I did want to call out the beautiful prints above though, because this style of art is trending hard at the moment and brings such a nice feminine edge to your interior.

These are part of Fineprint Co’s Open Edition Prints Collection, which is a section of their website that caters to more budget-conscious art lovers. Prices here start from just over $80, so you can grab a few of them should you win the voucher.

As I already said, this minimal style of art has become increasingly popular. We’re seeing quite thin line drawings dominating homes of late, and I have to say, I’m loving it. There are lots of different designs in this range too, so you can find your fave female figure and your preferred colour backdrop and shop away.

Pictured above, clockwise from top left: Navy Figure, Female Figure, Contemplate Teal, Contemplate Purple.

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Beach Art is also a Winner

I was watching TV last night and heard someone mention a statistic that around 80% of Australians live within two hours of the coastline. I can’t verify this claim, but it does explain why so many of us are moved by artworks like the ones above.

These coastal scenes are stunners, and perfectly capture life by the sea. Some of them illustrate local scenery, while others snap moments from overseas. Regardless, these prints are perfect for those of you who have a classic coastal or Hamptons vibe going on at home and want art that taps into that look and feel.

The Churning Seascape artwork in the top-right above is so moody and captivating that it would work on any wall, regardless of your design style. I just love the level of detail in all of these. They’re the sorts of prints you can get lost in; perfect for hanging across from a bed so you have something serene to look at while you drift off to sleep.

Pictured above, clockwise from top left: Bronte Beach Pool, Churning Seascape, Greek Islands, Wave.

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Who Doesn’t Love Classic Hamptons?

Ah, we’ve come to the part I know many of you are going to love: classic Hamptons artwork. Those crisp navy tones against blue and soft grey backdrops seem to make hearts race across the country. So I know you’ll be pleased to discover the Fineprint Co has this style of art available as well.

The even better part is that these pieces are in their affordable range, with prices starting from $81.40 (you can afford to do a whole gallery wall of prints at those prices).

Now as you well know, I’ve executed the classic Hamptons style for design clients before, and I’ve also showcased how you can take a Hamptons scheme in a much moodier direction. So there are so many ways to execute hamptons style. But the good news is that prints like these will work no matter which road you go down with your interior look.

Pictured above, clockwise from top left: Sea Shell 5, Sea Shell 3, Sea Shell 1, Sea Shell 4.

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Yes Please to Bold Florals

There’s a whole host of more realistic floral paintings in the Fineprint Co range, but I have to say I’m loving the move toward displaying bolder, more abstract designs in homes.

The pieces you see above are just a few that showcase this louder approach. They’d definitely become the whimsical heroes of your space. They’re bright, they’re playful, and they’re packed with personality.

These prints are the clever work of Ophelia Pang, who has had no formal art training but who has managed to produce works that perfectly capture her love of colour.

Pop one of these in a child’s room or express your own love of hue by displaying them in a dining room. Perfect in a mid-Century home or more eclectic interior.

Pictured above, clockwise from top left: Popping, The Softness of Nature, Under the Sunset, Pink Peonies.

Pictured below: Orbit.

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Win a $500 Voucher to Spend on Art at Fineprint Co

To go in the draw to win a $500 voucher to spend on the Fineprint Co website, simpy:

PLEASE NOTE THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED. THE WINNER WAS TANIA MORRI

Competition is open to Australian residents only. Competition closes 11.59pm, Tuesday June 30

Outside of writing this blog, Chris is an interior designer, presenter and author. He's also spent time on TV, on Channel 10's Changing Rooms, as well presenting segments on Channel 7's Sunrise and The Morning Show. If you'd like to book a design consult with Chris, you can find out more here

COMMENTS
  • Ruth

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    I absolutely loved the cloud series!! The three would look beautiful as a set. Cloud 5, 6 &7

    3 June, 2020
    • Jaye

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      The Palm Springs vibe of the Kaufmann Desert House resonates with me in every way! I love the architecture, the retro clothing (hello suits by the pool) and the obligatory mountains. This is one chic pool party that I keep coming back to and finding a new detail.

      8 June, 2020
      • Naomi

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        Kaufmann Desert House – It’s intriguing because I can watch it like a hollywood movie.

        28 June, 2020
    • Charmaine Doherty

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      Moonlit Effervescence by Erin Rigney as its dark and moody giving thought to what is happening in the night but also, the stream of light leaves a sence of hope to see what is hidden or to come

      11 June, 2020
    • Charmaine Doherty

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      Moonlit Effervescence by Erin Rigney as its dark and moody giving thought to what is happening in the night but also, the stream of light leaves a sense of hope to see what is hidden or to come.

      11 June, 2020
      • Lisa Bucktin

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        I love the Freeport beach looks amazing and fresh makes me want to see it !

        25 June, 2020
  • Emma

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    I’m loving ‘the softness of nature’ – subtle pinks hues and botanicals, match made in heaven!

    4 June, 2020
  • Nicole

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    I’m one of those who is no good at choosing artwork and only have photos, I do like the Hampton style though and would love to start my artwork collection.

    4 June, 2020
  • Jodi Woodford

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    First thanks for sending me down the rabbit hole, I’ve been on the Fineprints site for an hour! Then I had to reread your posts on choosing artwork and I’m still not 100% on which Pamela Honeyfield print I would choose! I love “evening light Arkarloola” for its stunning Australia outback colour tones…. but I also love….(all of them! )

    4 June, 2020
  • Mim

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    I cannot go past a Slim Aarons! I want to dive into all his photographs, have a drink and chat up all the stunners!

    5 June, 2020
  • Tania Morri

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    Fineprint Co’s website made it easy for me to narrow down my selection of art by colour, size and orientation. My criteria included blue/green tones, large dimensions and landscape. Reflections of past and present same by Pamela Honeyfield size 760 x 1000 in a black frame is the perfect piece to adorn the large neutral toned blank canvas of a wall in our family room behind the sofa, which has been devoid of colour decoration like a wallflower for the past 20 years. It’s time to bring it to life!

    6 June, 2020
  • Briar Freese

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    Great blog! I am LOVING the Sea 3 (Open Edition Prints Collection) it is so beautiful and captures the movement of the ocean so incredibly. Also, the rocks and blue match my home theme.

    6 June, 2020
  • Dana Calvert

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    I love the Swan by Juli Hutchins.
    It’s like a 21st Century Degas and I love the blue tones that are so relaxing to the eye. It reminds me of my daughters ballet classes when she was growing up.

    6 June, 2020
  • Sharon

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    I am a huge photograph and Slim Aarons fan and I went through all his photos, I was tempted to pick one. Then I saw the black and white photos of Francesca Owen and then other photos, they were all fabulous. I also looked at vintage prints which were fabulous and more affordable. I do like eclectic and fantastical things and I kept going back to Beth Mitchell’s underwater feminine forms as there was a story in each shot. Consequently if I won the voucher, I would choose Beth Mitchell’s Everfall or Vesuvius, (I can’t decide). Imagine having them in a big white room at opposite ends. unfortunately I have a small house, so I will just imagine.

    7 June, 2020
  • Tanya Connell

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    My favourite is a Fineprint.Co Classic called ‘Drying Dauphines’ because it reminds me of growing up watching my grandpa restore classic cars in his backyard.
    R.I.P

    8 June, 2020
  • Glyn

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    Ikara Desert Serenade by Pamela Honeyfield. Love this. Love the light and the way it makes me feel like I’m in the outback. Everytime I look at it, I see something new.

    8 June, 2020
  • David Braybrooke

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    The cloud series is heavenly!

    8 June, 2020
  • Mandy Graham

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    Swimmer and Sunbather by Slim Aarons. It’s screams summer. I love it.

    8 June, 2020
  • Margaret Chafer

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    I liked Waterlily, as it is soft and gentle and would make me feel very peaceful.

    8 June, 2020
  • Kim Miller

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    I love St Kilda Streets VI by Ross Spencer because it’s iconic and has been depicted so beautifully and would look stunning in my apartment.

    8 June, 2020
  • John Soumprou

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    ‘California palms at dusk’ takes you to a beach – to the sound of the ocean – to warm and relaxing. It’s what every home needs !

    8 June, 2020
  • Helina Hosking

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    I love ‘Ripples of Mauve and Silver Dance’ by Pamela Honeyfield – reminds me of something I saw in a dream.

    8 June, 2020
  • Corne M

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    I love the botanical and floral prints by Ophelia Pang – it’s bold, proud, uplifting and fit beautifully in my decor!

    8 June, 2020
  • KAREN WILSON

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    Love the cloud images. Nice ones.

    8 June, 2020
  • Storm Tientjes

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    I absolutely adore the Pastel Pandora prints from the RAW collection, with simple yet stunning pastel shades of pink and purple and soft petals on carefully curved stems.
    I think they would bring a brilliantly serene and soft touch to any room they were to grace the walls of.

    8 June, 2020
  • Michelle Hinchey

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    I Love Anything to do with the beach and the Hamptons art looks so cool along side the beach ones they complement each other.

    8 June, 2020
  • Tami

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    Any of the following need to hang something on what is currently a very blank wall in my home office (and perhaps another on the very blank wall that my bed faces in my bedroom) of my rented apartment. Because of all these online meetings I’m now having from the office, my colleagues are staring at this blank wall everyday. I love (& would choose between):
    – The abstract gentleness of “Visible Horizons I” (and how it complements the colour scheme of my office).
    – The brightness and mix of geometry and flow in “20162 — Abstract Colours and Shapes” (and how it relates to my rug).
    – The stark gesture toward rising sea levels in “Road Sign” by Fran Miller (and how it complements the smaller artwork on the adjacent wall).
    – The blurry beauty of “Fingal Beach” by Ross Spencer; the soft ocean impressions in “Escape” by Kyle Jenkinson; the power of “Gold 1” by Fran Miller.
    – The fragility of the human-made and the vastness of nature in “Stilt Building on Beach” (and how it complements my other artwork and the overall style of my office).
    – The chilled softness of “forest in Drammen, Norway” (I used to live in Norway).

    8 June, 2020
  • Vicky P

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    Yellow Daisy by Ross Spencer – the colours appeal to me, it’s vibrant & when I look at it I see life & hope.

    8 June, 2020
  • Amanda

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    Slim Aaron’s Klosters .. to dream of snow

    8 June, 2020
  • Donna Lake

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    Slim Aarons work is amazing and takes me straight back to my childhood of hot summers and pool parties!!

    8 June, 2020
  • Olivia Pasalidis

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    Cafe Terrace in Nice.. oh my god how absolutely amazing is this artwork it takes me straight back to Europe

    8 June, 2020
  • Melanie Scott

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    I love anything to do with ocean and beach scenic photos so my favourite that jumped out to me most is ‘Portal’ by Kyle Jenkinson. This particular artwork makes me feel happier and lighter like all my problems have faded off into the distance and I’m left feeling calmer and relaxed.

    8 June, 2020
  • Melanie Scott

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    ‘Aerial Shoreline’ is another of my favourites. It’s showcasing a natural beauty which is pretty much in my own backyard of Broome WA but I’ve never been there but it’s on my bucket list to do and this piece makes me feel like packing my bags and escaping to there right now.

    8 June, 2020
  • Kate Brady

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    The artist editions show a beautiful range of art. A little abstract with a vast range of colours. Beautiful.

    8 June, 2020
  • Bec Hawkins

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    Zen Panels I, II & III.
    I love green & prefer art with no set picture or structure. On a bare white wall, will stand out perfectly against wood & leather furniture with my other green accents.

    8 June, 2020
  • Kristie

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    I love the ‘Reflection Of Bare Trees In Lake Against Sky’. The simplicity of this artwork and how the reflection is captured is what makes it so magical!

    8 June, 2020
  • Kristie

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    I love the ‘Reflection Of Bare Trees In Lake Against Sky’. The simplicity of this artwork and how the reflection is captured is what makes it so magical! It gives me a feeling of peace and relaxation.

    8 June, 2020
  • chris horgan

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    Vintage Caravan… I like life’s adventures to have an air of mystery about them, and travel to be like exploring the road to nowhere. This image captures the essence fo freedom.

    8 June, 2020
  • Belinda Rogers

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    Christmas Swim by Slim Aarons – That is me to a T

    8 June, 2020
  • chris horgan

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    Vintage Caravan… life should have a touch of mystery about it, and I like to explore the road to nowhere. This captures the essence of detachment and freedom.

    8 June, 2020
  • Graham Slaney

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    I love the Netherlands, race of traditional sailing ships, basically, as an ex (if there is such a thing) sailor, I feel I belong at sea, she (the sea) is amazing, powerful yet peaceful, strong but humble, angry and calm. I feel apart from the sea and just wish I could go back there…

    8 June, 2020
  • Alexandria E Garnar

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    How on earth do you choose. There was not one artwork i would not hang in my house. I absolutely love orbit, and the beach ones. They would look beautiful in my new house.

    8 June, 2020
  • Mandy

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    I’m loving Positano for its composition, pop of red on the t-shirt and wonderful subject with the gorgeous kid!

    8 June, 2020
  • Ricardo

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    Poolside Gossip by Slim Aarons. It’s an image from where you’d rather be and about people you’d want to be. The clean lines, the colours, the glamour, it’s such an iconic image! This would work really well in my living room and compliment my mid century furniture, I can see it all coming together!

    8 June, 2020
  • Laura Tattersall

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    Grand Canyon in white no 2! Because the colours are so simple that the detail of the trees stands out! Plus it matches our home decor, and we just went to the Grand Canyon 6 months ago 🙂

    8 June, 2020
  • Catherine

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    So inspirational!

    8 June, 2020
  • Brett C

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    The indigenous “Bora Rings” by Goompi Ugerabah is an absolute masterpiece. As soon as I looked at it I became mesmerised. Of all the TLC Interiors… That one style really would liven my home.

    8 June, 2020
  • Doan V

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    My favourite – Sea One by Matt Johnson, can get lost in it! So mesmerizing! Thanks for linking us to the website!

    8 June, 2020
  • ann jelf

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    bold florals for me

    9 June, 2020
  • Bianca

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    I love ‘Cosmos’ as it reminds me of the blue sea, white wash from waves and the golden sands of Newport Beach where we live.

    9 June, 2020
  • Katia

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    I love the Swimmer and Sunbather!

    9 June, 2020
  • Jessica Weatherby

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    Love the The Harlequin by John Santucci for the colour palette.

    9 June, 2020
  • Tara

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    I’m in love with Alicia Beech’s Art! Especially her piece called Satelite. I’m drawn to this piece because it is vibrant, whimsical and playful. It’s full of energy and gives me an instant happy feeling just looking at it.

    9 June, 2020
  • Brooke Cohen

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    I love Merrythought. There’s just something captivating about the stunning colours with their gentle free form when paired with the monochromatic geometric pattern. I just love the play on these different element. Very soothing but striking at the same time

    9 June, 2020
  • Nicole

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    I love Florida Diner by Rachael Wright. It has an industrial Moody Palm Springs vibe! The largest size would look great in our living room on the wall behind our chocolate leather lounge.

    9 June, 2020
  • Casey Peck

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    I’d LOVE the Slim Aarons ‘Eden-Roc Pool’ to hang above my living room mantel! It’s dreamy, it’s iconic and it’s aspirational! If I can’t be there – at least I could enjoy gazing at it in my home!

    9 June, 2020
  • Kara Jackson

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    I would choose Blindfolded. Its edgy and thought provoking; each time I look at it, I see something new. It would make a great addition in my house.

    9 June, 2020
  • Danielle

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    I can’t go past a calming sea image…how to decide between SEA ONE, TWO OR THREE, when all three together would be visually stunning and impactful on my new first home on the coast.

    9 June, 2020
  • Jess F

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    Be still my beating heart … what a wonderful collection.❤
    I adore Acrylic painted dark blue turquoise and white … this contemporary piece would be magnificent in our entry (just freshly painted and styled with gorgeous pieces – but is missing a statement art piece). The colours are perfect for our home and evoke thoughts of the sea/beach.

    9 June, 2020
  • Karen Wheeler

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    Hi Chris, some really lovely artwork on this site! I loved Winter Reeds (1, 2 and 3) as well as Gold Refraction 1 and 2. I looked through most of the site! I also loved some of the vintage black and white photos. So cool.

    9 June, 2020
  • mj nolan

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    La Fontelina Days Part. 1 by Francesca Owen … I was supposed to travel to Italy this year for my big birthday. Alas, Covid. So if I can’t be in Capri in person, I can feel the sun radiating from this photo to tide me over until we can travel the world once more!

    9 June, 2020
  • Dani McLeod

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    I love love love the Slim Aarons prints. Just beautiful! Their beauty and intrigue draws me in. I can get lost in that art!

    9 June, 2020
  • Sean Oldfield

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    I’m crushing over the beach artwork. Their vibrant colours and powerful movement would create the perfect focal point in any room.

    9 June, 2020
  • Emily W

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    I love Rough Sea and Scent of Summer in the affordable prints collection…also some of the bird ones including Plume…so many to choose from!

    9 June, 2020
  • Sonya Lavis

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    I love the Ophelia Pang series of paintings.

    9 June, 2020
  • Maechelle Cain

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    I love the Wash over me by Rosetta Santucci, it would really look good on our bare wall in our living room at the moment and the theme that I have in mind. We just bought new furnitures and I love Hamptons style. I think this artwork would suit that, I think.

    9 June, 2020
  • Delyth Samuel

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    Erin Rigney – emerging artist) – love 3 or 4 in that collection, which would look fabulous framed along a hallway. Love the dramatic colours. and also to have artwork of the ocean that really reflects Australia

    9 June, 2020
  • Megan Zorich

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    Any of the stunning Aboriginal artwork by Goompi Ugerabah.

    9 June, 2020
  • Katie Stow

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    I love “Dive In 2” by Graham Shearer. It has a gorgeous vintage aesthetic, and the muted pastel tones breathe so much subtle life into it (not to mention would match my decor perfectly!). It has quite a surreal feeling the more you look at it, which I love.

    9 June, 2020
  • Judy McCormack

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    I love Australiana Natives. A beautiful reflection of our native garden.

    9 June, 2020
  • cintia

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    This print https://fineprintco.com/collections/John-Santucci/products/family?variant=2614531751959 has quite the Jungalow vibe. Would love to add some colour to a drab corner.

    9 June, 2020
  • Jill Howard

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    I love the beach print with the people looking so ant like on the shore

    9 June, 2020
  • Lisa Hocking-Williams

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    Lovin’ the bold florals collection. Any of them would look great on my dark grey feature wall!!

    9 June, 2020
  • Gina D

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    Oh wow, the Beth Mitchell series is extraordinary! The images are so dreamy and ethereal, and very much lend themselves to daydreaming and getting outside of your own head. The colours are sumptuous and sublime and with the watery setting seems quite womb-like. Absolutely gorgeous.

    9 June, 2020
  • Carli Beange

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    I like Slim Aaron’s Positano as I holidayed there and still wear the necklace I bought from a little alley just like the one pictured. But I a drawn to Fran Miller’s collection of photographs and if I were to win it would be a tough choice between Positano for my dining room or a series of Fran’s work for my hallway.

    9 June, 2020
  • Melissa Scott

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    I love Vader by Stephanie Tetu – Beautiful elegant and staylish this would look perfect ion my lounge

    9 June, 2020
  • May

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    I am frothing over “Jahlow Yarunya” (Burning off the land) by Goompi Ugerabah. Not only would I love to own a part of Australia’s 80,000 year indigenous history, all the sale proceeds go to the bushfire relief fund. Win-win!

    9 June, 2020
  • Travis

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    “Sea Three” by Matt Johnson is totally amazing, I can actually hear my bare white walls crossing their fingers as well.

    9 June, 2020
  • GIULIA FANTINI

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    Really tough choice but i’ll go with the Vertical series (Vertical 6 in particular) as i love abstract art.
    I’m glad i discovered this website through your post, we were missing something like this in Australia, a great tasteful collection of prints.

    9 June, 2020
  • Penny Wiltshire

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    Aquila Audax Wedge-tailed Eagle really appeals to me. The strength of the birds stance combined with the gentleness of the black brush strokes gives a harmony that pleases the eye. It would be lovely to have as a feature piece in our entryway.

    9 June, 2020
  • Sandra Campbell

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    I love all of Jo Olives work so it’s very hard to choose just one.. But my favorite from Fineprint Co is “Among winter gardens“ and can just see it in my Entry Hall to great everyone when they come through the front door of our new home.

    9 June, 2020
  • Anna Tomas

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    I am drawn to Slim Aarons’s Positano as there is an air of intrigue and mystery to the picture. My eye is drawn to the end of the road and makes me wonder what lies beyond that path and wall. The red/coral shirt of the little boy also adds a lovely pop of colour to this gorgeous piece of art.

    9 June, 2020
  • Victoria Hopkins

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    I adore Habitation Leclerc by Slim Aarons. It’s so groovy!

    9 June, 2020
  • Peter Hobbs

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    Zakynthos Aerial view of beach
    Open edition Prints Collection
    Honey coloured sand and aqua water.
    Matched with rattan furniture, pastel cushions.
    White foundation colour with accent of blue.
    Calm and inviting tones.

    9 June, 2020
  • andie harrie

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    Line drawn figures in navy, purple rose and gold
    contemplation and beautiful ladies never grows old

    9 June, 2020
  • Eva Ortiz

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    I love The Wandering Lady Portrait. It shows fragility and femiinity.

    9 June, 2020
  • Eva Ortiz

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    I love The Wandering Lady Portrait. It shows a blend of fragility and feminity in a respectful way.

    9 June, 2020
  • Cas Smalley

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    I’m loving the art by Alicia Beech. My favourite was ‘Vista’ a journey from the coast through those meandering hills to the country. Just stunning!

    9 June, 2020
  • Waldorf Grange Build

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    I would probably choose ‘Good Morning Ibiza 2’ as I love an image that takes you away to another place, evokes calm and relaxation but also ties in with your current design theme.

    9 June, 2020
  • Cate Moss

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    My favourite is Forest in Fog Wall Mural print – it would go well with contemporary hampton style living area. I feel like I’m in the middle of nature when I look at it – which would be more outstanding from floor to ceiling as a backdrop to a neutral hampton lounge.

    9 June, 2020
  • Natasha Dellios

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    So hard to choose! I love beach bikers though, because it reminds me of my mum.

    9 June, 2020
  • Michelle

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    Indigo-palm-leaves in a stunning black frame would be a dream to display in my beachside apartment. Can’t ever go past a blue hue and FINEPRINT co make it so easy to search their site by my favorite colour of classic blue

    9 June, 2020
  • Christine Smalley

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    I am gravitating towards strong shapes and bold colours in this time of physical distancing. I love “collage city 4” it represents how I want to feel and reminds me of my trip to Mexico, a lifetime ago!

    9 June, 2020
  • karina lee

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    I love Goodnight Oia by Brijana Cato. It just gives me those European Summer holiday vibes!

    9 June, 2020
  • Nicola Pengilly

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    I love Nautical Hues – fresh and contemporary, and the colour would be perfect in my guest room!

    9 June, 2020
  • Gia S

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    What a gorgeous array of art to get lost in and to inspire! I adore the Lagoon-1 (Open Edition Prints Collection), the colours are captivating and I’m just drawn to it!

    10 June, 2020
  • Judith

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    My new favourite site for inspiration and design jealousy! I love the huge variety in content, colour and theme, already saved a few to my shopping bookmarks. This one caught my eye – “Dry flower petals on a colored background – Open Edition Prints Collection”. Creative, subtle, artistic.

    10 June, 2020
  • Linda Anne

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    “Sunflowers” by Ophelia Pang. My favourite flower from childhood. It’s cheerful blooms fills my heart with simple joy!

    10 June, 2020
  • Amy W

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    ‘Beach Balls on the Beach’ print…I have just purchased a little beach-side Air BNB shack and this would look perfect in the lounge room. I love that the print invokes a sense of fun which is what I want my little beach house to do also!

    10 June, 2020
  • Lisa

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    Instantly captivated with Nude With Flowers Silver by David Bromley and it would finish off our bedroom

    10 June, 2020
  • Ness

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    Erin Rigney’s work is stunning. Emotional, evocative and textual. Love it! I want it!

    10 June, 2020
  • Christine Mcdonald

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    Hampton’s style really appeals and these four prints would lift any room from the ordinary to something really special.

    10 June, 2020
  • Emma*

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    I am in love………with the…’The Dome’ by Beth Mitchell it is absolutely spectacular and I want it sooooooooo badly.

    10 June, 2020
  • Susie Mitterman

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    We’re decorating our library area at the moment and it needs a defining piece of art! ‘Vintage Airplane in Flight’ is just the right statement!

    10 June, 2020
  • Talitha Dixon

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    I am captivated by navy figure (SKU: OE3-011-088) It’s simple and elegant, whilst at the same time strikingly beautiful. She looks so relaxed in her own skin, unaware that her form portrays such a powerful presence.

    10 June, 2020
  • Kim Campbell

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    The Kyle Jenkinson Lucid, Sabre and Dusk photo’s the way the waves have been captured and the colours drew me to the mystery of the formation of the waves.

    10 June, 2020
  • Sophie

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    Obsessed with “Kaufmann Desert House“. This artwork could spice up any room with it’s quickly classy vibes.

    11 June, 2020
  • Sue Walmsley Murrell

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    What a fabulous variety of artworks! I can’t go past the Kaufmann Desert House. The clever architecture, wonderfully colourful retro fashions and glimpse of the mountains (where I have fond memories of hiking in the 80’s) is magic! I’d love to hang this stunning piece on my wall!

    11 June, 2020
  • Helen

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    Wow, so many replies! How on earth will you choose?!
    I was at the hairdressers yesterday getting my COVID-19 hair/colour shocker situation sorted and scrolled through the entire Fine Print catalogue while the chemicals slowly and reassuringly burned my scalp. My choice … drum roll please … Christopher McVinish, Towards Another Summer. A touch of Jeffery Smart about it. Love the moody clouds.

    11 June, 2020
  • Jan Cleland

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    Love the bold florals to brighten up any room in my house.

    11 June, 2020
  • Bob Cleland

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    THE Hamptons classic collection is very stylish and would any home feel sophisticated.

    11 June, 2020
  • Jessica B

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    Anything from Rachael Wright! Each are absolutely eye catching! If i had to choose i would pick ‘Twin Purple Palms’ sometime i feel palms are overused but i have never come across anything like this. The colour is stunning!

    11 June, 2020
  • Matt

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    Mysterious Muse for me!

    11 June, 2020
  • Stella

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    I’am really drawn to Slim Aaron’s work & think it would tie our mid-century feel home together. Our home is very warm with lots of timber and woven baskets (I can’t stop collecting them!) Bettina Graziani…looks how my home feels-warm, relaxing and a little eclectic.

    11 June, 2020
  • Melissa Jelinic

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    I love the colours in Wave Breaker
    by Fran Miller. Those blues and greens. Perfect colours for a relaxing space

    11 June, 2020
  • Jules Williamson

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    They are all great and there is so much incredible talent. To choose one, I would say ‘Poolside Gossip’ by Slim Aaron will always have my heart!

    12 June, 2020
  • Tania

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    I love the art by Erin Rigney. In particular ‘Down Under’ and ‘Rockin’ Reef Dreams’

    13 June, 2020
  • Tine T

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    Can’t go pass the Kaufman Desert House either nor ‘some’ Poolside Gossip… Roquebrune-Cap-Martin SKU: 475373503 would bring memories of the French Riviera and Minnie Cushing the sea, the surf and the year 1965 to my walls…

    14 June, 2020
  • Skye Wright

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    I lpve the incredible Burning of the Land by Jahlow Yarunya. I love the incredible use of colour and movement thst depicts the path of the fire.

    14 June, 2020
  • Lydia

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    My gosh I have looked through hundreds and could change my mind again and again haha. But I do love the beach ones, in particular Portraits of the Beach no 6. We live near the beach and I just like the relaxing feel you get from the image.

    14 June, 2020
  • Melisa

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    Bora Rings is my favourite. I love pieces of art that are different and are a talking piece. It’s not the usual kind of art you see plastered all over Instagram. It tells a story…….

    14 June, 2020
  • Jo Burns

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    Anything by Alicia Beech – we just renovated and my blank walls need some of that colour and beauty!

    15 June, 2020
  • Robyn

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    Orbit is my favourite.
    It will suit other pieces I have, it’s modern, but not overwhelmingly so.
    I love the gold, it looks like it would bounce off the wall where it will live and be loved.

    15 June, 2020
  • Catherine V

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    I’m obsessed with Goompi Ugerabah’s Tdapul (Water brings life). Actually I love all his work but this one is really evocative and beautiful. Very calming and peaceful.

    15 June, 2020
  • Andrew Golden

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    Dude….that was hard AFFFFFF. I can never go passed a cracker abstract geometric. So hit me with ‘Offset’ any day of the week and I’d be all too stoked.
    Abstract geometric hits all my design go-to’s and blends perfectly with my style and greenery!

    16 June, 2020
  • Jordan Crowe

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    I simply can’t go past ‘Scotti’s Yacht’ by Slim Aaron’s. It is the ultimate “from where you’d rather be” photograph. There’s something mysterious about the people on the yacht and you can’t help but wonder what their stories are and what they’re up to. That being said, I’m sure there’s been plenty of wonderful adventures on “Scotti’s Yacht”.

    16 June, 2020
  • Sophia Yu

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    I’m in love with all of Stephanie Tetu’s work. Particularly, I’ve always had a connection with the artwork ‘Pinstripes’ by Stephanie Tetu. I can imagine myself being mesmerised by it for days on end. It is just absolutely stunning and embodies purity and simplicity in its entirety. A true masterpiece.

    16 June, 2020
  • Denise Giles

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    Dandelion at Sunset just jumps out at me. Evokes lots of memories for me.

    17 June, 2020
  • KAREN ALSEMGEEST

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    Oh my! I have never seen this website before.
    The David Bromley collection !!!!!!
    Anything from that!!!!! Beautiful!!!!

    17 June, 2020
  • Louise Forrest

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    I couldn’t take my eyes off Scarborough Beach Fineprint co. This truly takes me back to another time. I feel at home looking at this timeless artwork. Just beautiful

    18 June, 2020
  • Claire

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    All so amazing, how would you ever choose just one style.

    19 June, 2020
  • Valerie Edwards

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    Magneta Feelings – love the splash of colour in this print, it will look great on the blank wall in our dining room.

    22 June, 2020
  • Julie Herczeg

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    I was drawn to “Fingal Beach” by Ross Spencer…. so many childhood memories created at this little slice of heaven. The dark blue is reminiscent of the swimmers end. Ross’s image captures the calm & peacefulness of so many of my Summers.

    23 June, 2020
  • SAMANTHA MAHON

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    I love the ‘churning sea’ photo. My Dad worked on the Sydney ferries and the churning water in this print reminds me of the days when we went to work with Dad and we would sit at the back of the boat watching the water churn.

    23 June, 2020
  • larne wellington

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    Loving the Open Edition Prints collection, especially Moonshine. Visually stunning and finally affordable art. Just beautiful. Now I can get rid of my awful Ikea canvas prints!

    23 June, 2020
  • Cecilia

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    Jill Hutchings – Where you go I will follow – movement in the picture, it draws you in to want to follow figuratively and literally. Great piece of art.

    23 June, 2020
  • Karen Egan

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    Palms II Bright is my fave! I love palms and bringing them into my house would take me on a virtual holiday to a tropical place in these times where I’m stuck in cold old Bendigo Vic. Dreaming of the days I can travel again

    23 June, 2020
  • Narelle

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    Loved scrolling through the Fineprint site! I really liked the Clouds series, Nebula I & 2 and Australiana IV, but my favourite piece is “Aerial Shoreline”! I love the colors and the way it seems to blur the line between nature photography and abstract art.

    23 June, 2020
  • Narelle

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    Loved scrolling through the Fineprint website! I really liked the Clouds series, Nebula 1 & 2 and Australians IV, but my favourite piece is Aerial Shoreline!! I love the colours, and the way it seems to blur the line between nature photography and abstract art!

    23 June, 2020
  • ANNA

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    Am loving the Hamptons blue coastal set, classic but would look beautiful in a modern setting, espeically after seeing your lovely take on Hamptons and one of the House Rules lliving rooms

    23 June, 2020
  • Lisa

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    As soon as I saw the Pink Peonies by Ophelia Pang I imagined how fabulous it would look on my living room wall. Thank you for this opportunity.

    23 June, 2020
  • Margaret

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    Cloud 6 by Matt Johnson is my favourite artwork because it’s simple and honest, and just looking at it makes me feel at peace and motivated at the same time.

    23 June, 2020
  • Margaret

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    Clouds 6 by Matt Johnson is my favourite artwork because it’s simple and honest, and just looking at it makes me feel at peace and motivated at the same time.

    23 June, 2020
  • Kerry

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    Elena II in open editions is divine. I love the colours they really pop from the image and would suit most decorative styles.

    23 June, 2020
  • Mark E

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    I love the WHITE WASH by REMY TAYLOR. This is absolutely perfect for my living room.

    23 June, 2020
  • Robyn Williams

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    After spending 3 years renovating our home we now have to decorate the walls with art. I have enjoyed looking through your comprehensive collection and see soo many pieces to love Oooh which ones to choose.

    23 June, 2020
  • Bek

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    ‘Statue‘ resonates with me, scrolling through this one made me stop and think and go back again. I appreciate art that anyone can see a story in, from my 4 year old nice to my 64 year old mum. This is a piece that is timeless, simple and gosh check out those stunning colours!

    24 June, 2020
  • Shameemah Kurzawa

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    I love both the Art Deco II and the Abstract III, abstract prints pretty much reflects who I am, these arts will transport me to a different world will complement other decors across my home.

    24 June, 2020
  • Pam

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    I love Renaissance 7 by Vincent Alvarez. WOW!

    24 June, 2020
  • Lyn

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    I love the colours and the vibrancy of Chameleon by Rosetta Santucci. In a large size I think this would be captivating on a white wall and definitely a talking piece yet not overbearing.

    25 June, 2020
  • Fiona

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    Vesuvius
    by Beth Mitchell
    I love both the vibrancy and the mystery!

    25 June, 2020
  • Sarah

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    Eva 5 by CJ is such a simplistic photograph but says so much. It reminds me of nostalgic days gone by, on a warm summers evening at dusk, when I was young, beautiful and carefree.

    26 June, 2020
  • Suzanne Mary Butson

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    I am currently ‘stuck’ in Ecuador trying hard to fly back to Australia, something which is frustrating and making me a little nervous. I have a ticket for 1 August, fingers crossed Australia is admitting flights (safely)
    I have a little house, near the beach, on the north coast of NSW and my sustaining dream while I wait is to decorate it simply with style and colour, while on a tight budget. Winning this competition would set me off and running, I am so excited as the prospect.

    26 June, 2020
  • Tamsyn Mackie

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    Indistinct by Corban Renouf is my favorite right now after looking at the site because it stands out and is beautiful, but anything by David Bromley who is one of my favorite artists. I love his style whether its his more picture book ones with the children or his woman they are unmistakably him and stunning. I also love Goompi Ugerabah and have been following his work for some time. I like the detail and intricacy of his art. I think if I won I would use it towards one of his prints as it would be amazing to have some of his work.

    26 June, 2020
  • Bronte Johnston

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    I have been in awe of David Bromley’s work for some time now so would absolutely love to ‘Nude with Flowers Silver’ it would be the perfect piece for our home, encompassing both mine and my husband’s favourite colours and giving that retro feel.

    26 June, 2020
  • Kristy F

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    Celestial War 2 would suit the interiors of our newly built home and I know the exact spot for it to go and be a complete stand out piece.

    27 June, 2020
  • Wendy

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    Mallory 2 by the amazing David Bromley – highlighting the absolute beauty of the female form. Mallory would be the perfect addition to my bedroom. She’s soft, sensual and strong. Can relate!!

    28 June, 2020
  • Naomi

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    Kaufmann Desert House – It’s intriguing because I can watch it like a hollywood movie.

    28 June, 2020
  • zoe nomikoudis

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    Villa Nirvana really draws me in; nostalgic and casual yet purposeful in placement, I would love to own this little piece of summer. Moon passage is also so magnetic and beautiful, if a bit pricey for me!

    29 June, 2020
  • Carly Hills

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    I love Violet Mists by Erin Rigney, the colours are just stunning, i could get lost in my own little world looking at this

    29 June, 2020
  • Natalie Davidson

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    My favourite is the ‘Positano Loungers’ by Brijano Cato. I love the breathtaking landscape and it’s also a place where I would like to visit.

    29 June, 2020
  • Martin Osborne

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    Obsessed with Monarch by Alicia Beech. The colours are so vibrant and positive and would brighten up any home space.

    30 June, 2020
  • Martin Osborne

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    Obsessed with Monarch by Alicia Beech. The colours are so vibrant and positive and would brighten up any space.

    30 June, 2020
  • Kirsty

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    Loving the limited edition piece, Pinstripe. Big moody floral pieces suit so many styles as well as adjusting to different seasons. Yes I’m one of those people that changes my art according to the season ‍♀️

    30 June, 2020
  • Laura

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    Pinstripes by Stephanie Tetu is the one that made me stop clicking through the range. As a florist i am naturally attracted to flowers but the way she has shown the beauty in nature is just gorgeous and i would love to hang this piece in my apartment

    30 June, 2020
  • Brenton Golley

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    OMG … Where to start, there are so many to choose from. But after spending an hour scrolling the website. I have to say the Australiana #1 – #4, and Portraits of the Ocean #6 & #7. But there are so many more, i ended up jotting down 2 pages of prints … lol

    30 June, 2020
  • Susan Mann

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    I love Slim Aarons’ Swimming in Spain. It reminds me of a camping holiday we took through Spain 10 years ago. Driving until we wanted to stop and swim, eat, sleep or explore. No plans, and so many amazing memories.

    30 June, 2020
  • Dominique Wilson

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    Il Canille by Slim Aarons.
    How do you go past a good Slim Aarons piece without stopping and visualising yourself in the picture?
    I have a very white, very blank wall in my home office that needs a dress-up considering I work here full time on my e-commerce biz. What better way to dress it up, than with a Slim Aarons piece that reminds me why I’m doing it all for 🙂 to live the Capri lifestyle with my family + friends for a few months every year, one of my favourite places on earth! #FaraglioniViews

    30 June, 2020
  • Veronica Coombs

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    It would be Lamp Lighting In The Fog by Getty Images. It’s simple yet atmospheric and striking. It would never date and would look amazing on any of my walls.

    30 June, 2020
  • Vicki Maddicks

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    I love Vader by Stephanie Tetu. It looks like velvet and the richness of the color makes it look very elegant and classy. It makes me want to touch and feel it as I love the look and texture of velvet.

    30 June, 2020
  • Amanda

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    My favourite is Lungs by Rachael Baskerville. I love how the shape of the trees symbolise breathing, the bird flying free above and the parched golden grass. Looks like the earth is waiting for rain. To me it depicts our sunburnt country. Plus I have the perfect vacant wall in my dining room/ kitchen that’s crying out for art like this to fill it.

    30 June, 2020
  • Leina Richardson

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    The coastal art are my favourites. I am loving Getty Images , Beech and sea. Beautiful. But there are so many stunning pieces! Choosing just one is difficult.

    30 June, 2020
  • Chloe

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    The softness of nature print speaks to me. Would love to hang in my home. Thanks for sharing.

    30 June, 2020
  • Mark

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    My Fav is Gems II by Pod exchange Im in the jewellery industry so to have a beautiful diamond is something that I would not ever grow tired of looking at, it would always bring a smile to my face.

    30 June, 2020
  • Thomas

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    Capri Days – Francesca Owen

    Reminds me of a wonderful trip I did

    30 June, 2020
  • DONNA MCKINLEY

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    I just love this one.
    My husband and I are currently building g our coastal home in Hallidays Point NSW. I came across your site and love your work,your advice and your taste! As well as your good sense of humour. I resonate with many of your tips. I’m endeavoring to create a Hampton’s/coastal feel to our home and enjoyed reading about T.S Eliot. There’s so many amazingly talented people that touch so many lives with their passions and skill. I’d love this picture to grace my new walls as I enter my home each day.
    Donna

    T. S. Eliot
    by Slim Aarons

    T. S. Eliot
    $1,870.00
    SKU: 74155576
    Size
    G – 1016 x 1016
    Materials
    Canvas
    Frame
    None
    View Framed Sizing and Information

    30 June, 2020
  • Sara Mitsch

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    The street art and graffiti of Winter Mural reminds me of Melbourne. I have always admired the work of David Bromley.

    30 June, 2020
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