We've all been there: a seemingly endless search for the perfect art print that involves hours of trawling the internet, only to end in frustration with nothing to show for it and a bare wall that mocks your efforts. Thankfully, it doesn't have to be this way. Enter House of Spoils, a one-stop shop for beautiful museum-quality photographic prints. The Los Angeles-based gallery simplifies the process of shopping for art with its meticulously considered curation of photographs by emerging artists from around the world.

The company was founded by renowned tastemaker Max Samis, who started the cult-followed 'secret' newsletter Mister Spoils (now a popular Instagram account). Well-versed in what's cool, Max has brought his discerning eye, art world insight and passion for travel and lifestyle photography to his latest endeavour.

House of Spoils currently hosts 35 carefully selected artists, whose works span such categories as Adventure, Auto, Surfing, Urban and Travel. You'll find images of sun-drenched Sicilian beaches, vintage cars in iconic locations, staggering desert scapes and scantily clad bombshells. All are printed on heavy matte, artist-grade, acid-free 300gsm photo paper using archival inks. Premium hardwood frames are available in black, white and natural hickory: each one is handcrafted with a sheet of UV-blocking acrylic glass and comes with easy hanging hardware so your artwork is ready to hang as soon as it arrives.

Learn more at houseofspoils.com