I know, you see the words Eames and Vitra in the same sentence and you know it isn’t going to be cheap. However, these 1940s Arts and Architecture prints by Vitra are on the affordable side.
Ok, affordable in the context of licensed Eames designs, but if you are looking for art for the wall and perhaps a talking point too, these are worth a look.
Between 1941 and 1947, Ray Eames designed 27 covers for the Arts & Architecture magazine, with Vitra choosing three of those to feature in this mini range of artwork.
Each one offers something unique and perfect for a midcentury setting. Each print is also screen-printed on high-quality uncoated paper, with the print size at 33 x 42.2cm.
Fancy one? £41 is the price and you can get them at the Finnish Design Shop right now.