Geometric art has long enjoyed popularity within the world of interiors, and it's not difficult to see why. The playful lines and organic shapes of simple geometric art prints can immediately enliven a space, bringing about a sense of harmony and rhythm.
To add an element of interest to your interiors, embrace the abstract and choose your very own geometric-inspired print from The Poster Club's wide selection of high quality prints and posters, created by emerging and established artists. Not sure where to start? Scroll on for five designs we're loving right now.
Composition 01 by Berit Mogensen Lopez
Berit Mogensen Lopez is a Danish textile designer whose works are characterised by bold colours and striking graphic compositions. The abstract nature of Composition 01 reflects her preference for raw and unpolished over pretty and predictable.
Silhouette of a Vase 07 by Studio Paradissi
Behind Studio Paradissi is architect and interior designer Eleni Psyllaki. She combines her styling and decorating experience with her artistic instincts to create simple prints like Silhouette of a Vase, distinguished by muted colour palettes and monochromatic schemes.
Bauhaus Beige by Julia Hallström Hjort
Swedish artist and illustrator Julia Hallström Hjort describes her art as "simple, honest and curious". This minimalist beige print is understated yet impactful and versatile enough to suit any interior style.
Mid 05 by Bycdesign Studio
Carsten Nielsen is the designer behind Bycdesign Studio. His geometric-inspired Mid collection was created with his mathematician-like attention to detail and quality coupled with an artist’s intuition for colour and form.
Shapescape 09 by Jan Skacelik
Painter and designer Jan Skácelík's unique geometric art prints make use of organic shapes and pastel colours, resulting in visually stimulating statement pieces that will continuously inspire.