One Sunday evening in 2007, Jen Bekman, 20x200 founder and CEO, came up with a formula that changed the way art was sold on the Internet. (Limited editions x low prices) + the Internet = art for everyone—a simple yet innovative formula that embodies 20x200’s mission.
and the team at 20x200 recognized that many people want to sell their
art. They also realized there’s just as many people out there who want
to buy it. 20x200 connects the buyers with the sellers in a way that's
easy and accessible to artist and collector.
two new editions each week: one photograph and one piece of work on
paper. The pieces come in three or four sizes, starting at $20. Curious
as to how 20x200 got their moniker? When the company first launched, the
smallest size was reprinted in the largest batch—an edition of 200 and
sold at the lowest price—$20.
What we love most about 20x200
is the variety of the artwork featured. The unique choices are limitless
and there’s a piece for everyone—from girly girls, geeks and foodies to
parents and newlyweds.
Here are a few of our favorite prints we think would make great gifts all year round.
by Laura Franco