Papirmass February 2017 Subscription Box Review

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Papirmass is a monthly art print subscription. Each month, you’ll get an art print to satisfy your art and cultural curiosity – delivered right to your doorstep. You’ll never have trouble adding a new art print for your collection since Papirmass is the perfect way to discover new and upcoming great artists. It ships worldwide (with free shipping!) from Canada!

The prints are wrapped in custom-printed rigid mailers perfect to protect the print from awful weather. There’s also an invitation to share our personalize print display on social media.


This month’s artist is Marlies Plank, and we received a card with information about the artwork and a short interview with the artist. She uses bubbles as a metaphor for the impermanence and fragility of life.

Beautiful mountain on a stormy day, the dry grass area, and the dark clouds remind me of the circle of life.

I love how the bubble reflects the surrounding even when you can’t see them. This is a huge reminder for me to stop and take in the world around me because there is more than meets the eye going on every day.

This landscape makes me almost forget about the bubbles, it’s magical and makes me feel at peace.

The old and the new, living together in harmony.

A quote for those inspired by the written word, “Art is the only way to run away without leaving home.” These postcards bring me to a whole new world and help give me an escape from my everyday life and challenge my imagination to the next horizon.

Papirmass is so much fun and this month is even better because it’s not bent! I love these postcards and as a child I was obsessed with bubbles so it’s bringing it all full circle. Ansel Adams is one of my favorite artist and I think Marlies Plank is fast on her way to becoming my new favorite.  I can’t wait to display these postcards in matching frames and add them to my relaxing reading nook. Papirmass is a wonderful way to see the world and what’s happening in the exciting artist circles.

What did you think of this month’s prints from Papirmass?

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