Papirmass June 2019 Subscription Box Review + Coupon

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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 to protect the print.

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It is perfectly sealed when it arrived from the mail.

Surprise!

Every print arrives with a mini-interview of the artist. This month, we have James Christopher, a digital artist from London.

It gives us a glimpse of the artist’s creative process.

Everything in my pack!

Papirmass Creative Card. First, there’s a card that features a beautiful quote from Edgar Degas:

Painting is easy when you don’t know how, but very difficult when you do.

At the back of the card is a summer checklist!

Postcard. Here’s a nice play on shapes, lines, and different objects turned into a colorful and beautiful abstract-designed post card!

James Christopher shares his art style at the back of the postcard. It also has some space for notes and other sweet nothings.

Digital Collage: “Holiday”. The digital collage by this month’s featured artist is entitled “Holiday.” It’s another artwork that showcases the great imagination of the author that’s being expressed on this eccentric piece of art.

The back of the artwork gives us more information about the art piece, like the print method used, display suggestions, and more!

Like what we always say about art, it comes in different forms and can be used to express how a person feels. This month’s collection shows us how the great mind of an artist works, and how irregularities can form a nice piece of artwork. I love the colorful pieces and how he used different objects on each of his pieces. Some might not make sense but the longer you look at them, it creates a deeper understanding of what they’re trying to convey. I am excited about the next set of artworks from another great artist!

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

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