Words by Lucy Thomas

Finding the right art prints for your home can be a hassle. It's often hard to know what exactly it is that you want so you search and search in the hope that you find something that matches your vision. It needn't be that hard, though. This week we've done the hard bit for you, as here is what we consider to be the most versatile art prints and posters for any space or place in the home.

Kolla Icelandic Road Photograph

With the belief that ‘buying art should be one of life’s pleasures,’ Kolla curate beautiful photography and create high-quality art prints for modern interiors and homes around the world. Shot by Jakob Granqvist, this Icelandic road photograph offers a unique perspective by balancing the long, winding road with the natural Icelandic landscape.

Alirio Print by Nicoline A. Milton

A perfect example of less is more, this Nicoline A. Milton print, made exclusively for THE POSTER CLUBturns a simple monochrome composition into something intricate and striking thanks to its unique personal expression.

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The Hand Print by Chieska Fortune Smith

Chieska Fortune Smith is a Japanese-American photographer based in London who uses her observational skills to capture hidden moments, often of 'awkward beauty', which makes her black and white prints a little bit more humorous than most. ‘The Hand Print’, for example, utilises shape and shadows to create dimension and create a tasteful classic silhouette, suitable for any space.

No. 8 Print by Berit Mogensen Lopez

It’s the balance between the raw and unpolished that makes all of Mogensen’s pieces so special – as the tension between the controlled and uncontrolled ensures each composition is dramatic as well as contemporary. The abstract and organic shapes of this No.8 Art Print gives the illusion of being suspended to create an up-close and dreamlike world. It's the kind of poster you won't ever tire of.

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River Rise by Nynne Rosenvinge

Wall prints that are up for interpretation are often good conversation starters, and River Rise is just that. Its moody colour palette of black, blue and white hone in on simplicity and the brush strokes add texture to the piece, making it sure enough to brighten up any bare wall in your home office, living or dining room.

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