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 to protect the print.
Everything in my pack!
Every print arrives with a mini-interview of the artist.
A glimpse of the creative process.
This collage is a peek at the daily lives of everyone around us – you might see all of these in one day of life if you open up your eyes!
In the interview, the artist said this artwork is featured and stood for about 20″ in the June 2014, Washington Post.
You can see the gentleman walking the dog as well as the design within him like the urban gardens, fresh fruits, no smoking sign, Smithsonian Museum, bike lanes, pedestrian lanes, swing set, Anacostia River and many more shows a number of ways and places the cities are making an effort for the people to be healthy.
It brings an awareness that people should get out more and grab opportunities from cities’ invigorating forces to the path of healthy living. Prevention is better than cure.
The back of the card indicates the print’s title, the artist and his website, dimensions and even display suggestions.
You can also take time to appreciate the artwork by asking yourself these three questions.
I interpret this art as an organized chaos. It has a lot of things going on but still manages to have structure.
The postcard has an inspiring quote from the artist. Not a lot of postcards have this.
Learning is a continuous process and we should keep it up every day.
This box gives us an opportunity to create our own art. The geometric lines are printed already and all we have to do is color each segment in any pattern or in any way we want to. I find this activity relaxing.
This was an interesting, thought-provoking, and modern piece – just what I expect from Papirmass!
What did you think of this month’s prints from Papirmass?