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Prints Charming


I’m monumentally excited about today’s gift idea. Having worked in an art gallery for five years and always wishing for more wall space to show off my latest find, I was quickly enamored with this brand. Today, ladies and gents, I’m pleased to introduce you to Print Anthology.

Print Anthology Hustle Prints

Print Anthology is an cool print shop that celebrates the beauty and design of the simple poster. All of their posters come in two sizes – 18 x 24 or 24 x 36 – and can be bought framed or unframed. The range of posters is really what’s worth talking about. Owner Rafael Hernandez has carefully curated a classy, modern, sleek and sophisticated lineup of pieces that’ll fit into any office, living space or bedroom with ease. In fact, Hernandez is actually the designer of a few of Print Anthology’s ‘Exclusive’ pieces.

Print Anthology Subway PrintsA fair number of the prints have this stark yet sleek black and white text treatment that instantly lends any space a cool, urban vibe. The ones above actually represent subway stops in major American cities, but you can get similar ones for classic bus routes.

Print Anthology Chemistry Prints

For a twist on this black and white look, check out the vintage eye charts or chemistry prints – the latter of which highlight the molecules for such ingredients as chocolate and caffeine.

WPA Library PrintLooking for something a bit more vintage? Print Anthology also carries a ton of vintage reproductions, all of which are printed on archival paper (like all Print Anthology prints) to ensure lasting quality. I particularly love the Work Projects Administration posters, that have the vibe of old school propaganda posters but surprisingly wholesome messages. Of course, it’s worth going through Print Anthology’s expansive lineup of vintage prints – everything from sepia-tinted graphics of some of the world’s greatest landmarks to charming hand-drawn pictures are available.

Print Anthology PhotographyNaturally, there’s also a pretty huge collection of photo prints. The range is pretty incredible here too – from vintage black & white photos to rustic shots with bright pops of colour, like the two images shown above. As I mentioned earlier, all prints from Print Anthology are available in two sizes. The smaller size will set you back $59.99 unframed (plus $11.95 flat rate shipping) or $139.99 framed (plus $39.95 shipping, additional framed pictures are $19.95 each). Meanwhile the bigger size is $79.99 unframed ($17.95 shipping, flat rate) and $179.99 (plus $57.95 for your first picture, $39.95 for each extra one). Honestly, those are really good rates – both for the framing AND the shipping, although if you’ve got a good framing resources in your area, then go for the unframed as you’ll be able to stock up and minimize your shipping costs.

Print Anthology Abstract PrintFor something totally different, we’ve got a lineup of abstract prints as well. So what makes Print Anthology so special? For me it’s really about the collection of prints that have been carefully selected. They come in a range of distinctive styles (some of which I haven’t even touched on in this post) yet they somehow all feel like they could live in the same space. In other words, if even one of the prints I highlighted here speaks to you in some way, chances are you’ll find a dozen or more covetable pieces for your walls.

Print Anthology BW PhotographsI’m excited to announce that Print Anthology has agreed to give away a framed 18 x 24 print of the winner’s choice to one of my lovely readers. If you’re interested in winning one of these sensational prints, here’s how to enter:

1) First of all: you must be a subscriber to the Canadian Gift Guide to enter this giveaway. It’s as simple as finding ‘The Gift of Gab’ box in the righthand column and dropping in your email or clicking follow. From there, leave a comment below anytime before March 6 with a link to your favourite print on the Print Anthology website.

2) Entries are limited to one per person / per email address / per household (or more if you score bonus entries). A random draw will be conducted on or around March 7, 2015 to select the winner, who will have 48 hours to respond before another winner is chosen in their place.

3) Entries are limited to Canadians that have reached the age of majority in their province. Quebec is not eligible for this promotion.

4) Bonus Entries: A few ways to rack them up…

Follow Print Anthology on Twitter and tag them and me (@cdngiftguide) in a Tweet that promotes and links back to this post. Then leave a link to your Tweet in a separate comment below.

Follow Print Anthology on Pinterest and repin one of their pins. Then link back to your repin in a separate comment below.

Follow Print Anthology on Instagram and either Regram one of their photos, or share one of their photos from their site onto your own Instagram. Post a link to your shared photo below.

 

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118 Responses to “Prints Charming”
  1. Shelley says:

    I love how unique and quirky these prints are ! A real conversation starter. I’m especially in love with the “Get up and Hustle print ” Perfect for looking at while drinking morning coffee and gearing up for the day ! http://www.printanthology.com/collections/exclusive/products/get-up-hustle-handlettered-wall-art-print

  2. Cheryl A says:

    I gotta go with the Chocolate Chemistry Print for my kitchen… http://www.printanthology.com/collections/chemistry-prints Made me smile!

  3. Lynn Andersen says:

    I really like “Strength” Fractal digital

  4. nicolthepickle says:

    I would love this windmill print. http://www.printanthology.com/collections/blueprints/products/windmill-blueprint-restored-vintage-wall-art-print
    I’m Dutch through and through and this would be so nice.

  5. Rachel Cartwright says:

    So many great options. I think this would be my top choice: http://www.printanthology.com/collections/vintage-prints/products/sailboat-and-tools-illustration-restored-vintage-wall-art-print

    Thanks for the chance!

  6. Betty S says:

  7. Betty S says:

    This print takes me to my heritage so I pinned it. https://www.pinterest.com/pin/448319337881378549/

  8. cathy brown says:

    Luck Handlettered Wall Art Print

  9. cathy brown says:

    Followed on Pinterest

  10. cathy brown says:

    Followed on Instagram

  11. stellar says:

  12. janet says:

    great work!

  13. cookie3 says:

    my favorite is the chocolate chemistry print with caffeine a close second.
    http://www.printanthology.com/collections/chemistry-prints

  14. Alison K says:

    I’m a subscriber. My favourite print on the Print Anthology website is their “For Greater Knowledge – Vintage Wall Art Print” http://www.printanthology.com/collections/wpa-work-projects-administration-posters/products/for-greater-knowledge-vintage-wall-art-print

  15. Alison K says:

    @printanthology bonus entry: FOLLOWING & TWEETED https://twitter.com/SoulSeeker0/status/567906409549029376

  16. Alison K says:

    Pinterest bonus entry: FOLLOWING & RE-PINNED https://www.pinterest.com/pin/190347521727071597/

  17. aarone mawdsley says:

    I love all these!

  18. ksceviour says:

    I follow them on pinterset and pinned

  19. T Alexander says:

    following on pinterest – teralex4

  20. T Alexander says:

    following on twitter – Teralex4

  21. Julia H says:

    I’m a subscriber. It’s kind of hard to pick a favourite, as there’s many nice ones, especially the vintage ones, but, I’d say this is my favourite print: http://www.printanthology.com/collections/exclusive/products/wish-better-handlettered-wall-art-print

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  24. SueSueper says:

    Here would be my tweet. I follow @printanthology on twitter.

  25. SueSueper says:

    I follow Print Anthology on pinterest
    Here is my pin

  26. SueSueper says:

    I follow Print Anthology on Instagram

    Here would be my re-gram

    Like this print! @printanthologystore

    A post shared by SueSueper (@suesueper) on

  27. Lisa S says:

  28. Annie Demill says:

    On the Cabot Trail in Cape Breton

  29. Annie Demill says:

  30. Dru Edmiston says:

    Just now I would love to spend 36 hours in Victoria BC taking in the air. Its still off and on cold in Edmonton. Love those two littl green chairs in one of the photos of posters. My daughter in law found 4 similar chairs at a second hand shop. They are very cool.

  31. Darlene Boyle says:

    classic cars

  32. Renee Lacasse says:

    would like to win

  33. William Mills says:

    wow nice paintings.

  34. Myra says:

    These prints have a time zone to them…I like

  35. kristen visser says:

    following on Pinterest and pinned https://www.pinterest.com/pin/291115563389422556/

  36. I like the Get Up & Hustle Handlettered print

  37. Elaine R says:

    I am a subscriber to Canadian Gift Guide. I love the ‘Passion’ Fractals Digital Abstract Wall Art.

  38. Susan T. says:

    I follow on pinterest as suekitty13. My pin: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/344736546452764142/

  39. Kim Heintz says:

    It’s hard to pick just one, these are so cool. I like this one though, being a coffee fanatic 🙂 http://www.printanthology.com/products/caffeine-molecule-coffee-chemistry-wall-art

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