Collecting art work, especially photography, is one of my favourite things to do for my home. I’ve bought so many prints recently that I’ve had to space my blog posts featuring them out so it doesn’t feel like I’m bombarding you with piece after piece. Anyhoo, I wanted to show you this recent find from Post Collective, which is an online gallery showcasing exclusively the work of Instagrammers all over the world. It brings to life the pictures you can normally only swoon over on your phone. Cool huh?
I wanted a new piece of artwork for my office and this photograph of the Golden Gate Bridge in San Fran caught my eye straight away. Not only am I instantly drawn to anything San Francisco related, but I love the use of blues and purples against the red bridge in this image. Shot by Martin Widenka (@Widenka if you want to give him a follow over on Instagram) this print – dubbed A Sunny Day in California – is just one of many cool landscape images Post Collective has to offer.
In terms of quality, the print comes on thick fine art paper, and can also arrive framed or unframed. The best part? The majority of the unframed prints are under 25 Euros, which when converted to Sterling is less than £20.
I’ve put together eight of my other favourite images from the site, just so you’re able to see what else the brand has to offer. How cool is this print below? Hotty alert.
As you can see, I have a definite theme going on right now with the pinks, blues and greens, but this colour palette is just so refreshing for interiors and looks super summery.
Now to the best part of this post – the team over at Post Collective have been kind enough to offer ten Apartment Number 4 readers 10 Euros off their order with the code APARTMENTNUMBER4, which you just enter at the checkout with your order and there you have it, a decent little saving. But hurry because once this code has been entered 10 times, it will disappear into the realm of “wish I’d done it sooner”.
What do you think to Post Collective? Let me know if any of my choices above catch your eye, or if there’s anything on the website you particularly like.