Art Posters

To achieve a refined and polished temperament at home, a single art poster might do the job. Choose one that matches with the season and mood for a living space with your personality, and bring colour and fun to life.




Ichiro Yamaguchi


A Japanese painter, born in Shizuoka Prefecture and now lives in Kagawa Prefecture. Since his graduation from Art School "Setsu Mode Seminar", he started his career as an illustrator and participated in different print advertisement design projects. With regular exhibitions in DEE'S HALL of Aoyama, Tokyo, since 2007, his works are also seen in overseas art galleries. His personality and influential power are revealed in the highly diversified painting subjects. His works such as abstract animal paintings using vivid colours and unique sketching techniques always surprise and touch his audience with great impact.

  • HANA Red
    W70xD2.5xH70cm

  • HANA Mono
    W70xD2.5xH70cm
    W24xD2.5xH24cm

  • HANA Blue
    W90xD2.5xH36cm

  • HANA Yellow
    W34xD2.5xH34cm

  • Black Bird
    W70xD2.5xH70cm

  • KAMOME
    W90xD2.5xH36cm

  • NEKO
    W34xD2.5xH34cm

  • HUKURO
    W24xD2.5xH24cm

  • Humming Bird
    W24xD2.5xH24cm



Henri Matisse (1869-1954)


A French painter, printmaker and sculptor, known for his bold use of vibrant colours. Studied under Gustave Moreau at the Académie Julian in Paris, Henri Matisse had created a large number of impressionist works, although he changed to experiment in composition and sketches for colour studies later. In 1905, during the Salon d'automne, he had brought Fauvism to the world as a leader. His late works, mainly in plain colours, portray a sense of peacefulness and brought him the name of "Colour Magician".

  • Jazz
    W27xD2.4xH27cm

  • Nu blue
    W88xD2.4xH102cm

  • Le Buisson
    W70xD2.4xH70xcm

  • Wave
    W102xD2.4xH42cm

  • Plant
    W27xD2.4xH27cm

  • Le Buisson
    W70xD2xH70cm



Pablo Picasso (1881-1973)


A Spanish painter, printmaker and sculptor, one of the most influential artists of 20th century. With his innate artistic nature, Pablo Picasso had learnt the academic traditions at the School of Fine Arts in Barcelona. After his "Blue Period" and "Rose Period", his style went fragmented and abstracted, which brought different views of subjects together in the same picture, leading to the birth of Cubism. In addition to paintings, he had also contributed to various fields including printmaking, sculpture, ceramics and stage design. His diverse scope of work and creative themes has earned him the title of "Face-changing Artist". Meanwhile, his larger number of works related to the contradictions between vexation and desire, anger and joy, love and sex, war and peace has also given the public an impression of an outspoken social artist.

  • Dove of Peace
    W70xD3xH55cm

  • Lautuche
    W53xD3xH63cm

  • Owl
    W47xD2.4xH57cm

  • Le Petit Cochon
    W63xD0.1xH53cm

  • The Smile
    W27xD2.4xH27cm



Paul Klee (1879-1940)


A Swiss-born German painter, born in a musicians' family. Graduated from the School of Fine Arts in Munich, Paul Klee was fascinated by the strong light in Tunisia during his trip to Africa in 1914, which brought cubism into his own style. This is later widely known as his blend of expressionism and surrealism. His straightforward works feature a composition of geometric shapes in contrasting colours, bringing an intense feeling. Viewers can also see Klee’s unique sense of melody and rhythm in his artwork.

  • New Harmony
    W53xD3xH73cm

  • Fruit negre
    W55xD3xH70cm



Nigel Peake (1981-)


An Irish architect and painter. With his unique perspective, he creates works with themes on familiar natural scenes and urban buildings around him, which portray simplicity within reality by re-discovering daily life. His works are appreciated by clients ranging from international brands to boutique galleries, and have attracted many art collaboration opportunities.

  • Yard
    W30.8xD39.9xH5cm

  • Path
    W30.8xD39.9xH5cm

  • Rooftop
    W30.8xD39.9xH5cm

  • Stack
    W30.8xD39.9xH5cm

  • Barn
    W30.8xD39.9xH5cm

  • Road
    W30.8xD39.9xH5cm



Samiro Yunoki (1922-)


A master of Japanese stencil dyeing, born in a family of artists. Graduated from Tokyo University majoring in Art History in 1946, he moved to Okayama Prefecture to work in Ohara Museum. During his time there, inspired by the “Folk Art Movement” promoted by Japanese art critic Muneyoshi Yanagi, he became the apprentice of stencil-dyer Keisuke Serizawa and began his folk art creations with washi papers. His bold use of vivid colours brings a lively dynamism to his works. In his nineties now, Samiro Yunoki is still actively producing new works. In addition to stencil dyeing, he also creates attractive works such as lithographs, copperplate paintings, glass paintings and picture books.

  • Girl
    W41.3xD3.1xH54.3cm

  • Boy
    W41.3xD3.1xH54.3cm

  • Form
    W41.3xD3.1xH54.3cm

  • Birds
    W92.2xD3.5xH33cm



Donald Sultan (1951-)


An American artist, graduated from School of the Art Institute of Chicago with a Master in Fine Arts, he is one of the most influential contemporary artists. He is renowned for his innovative use of materials, techniques and medium for still objects in his creations. Examples of his frequently-used industrial materials are tar, enamel and vinyl tile. His works are seen in museums worldwide and brought him numerous awards.

  • Hydrangea in a Green Pot
    W27xD2.4xH27cm

  • Four Lemmons
    W27xD2.4xH27cm



Mark Rothko (1903-1970)


A Russia-born American painter, one of the most influential artists of Abstract Expressionism. His works are famous with a symbolic composition with several quadrangles or rectangles, known as a portrayal of surrealism.

  • Blue and Grey
    W61xD3xH72cm

  • White Center
    W82xD2.4xH112cm



BIRDS' WORDS


Established in 2009, the art unit "BIRD'S WORDS" of Masanao Tomioka and Rie Ito has been featured in different art exhibitions in Japan and overseas. Using birds and flowers as theme, BIRD'S WORDS delivers a warm touch through ceramics, home decoration and art poster creations with a pleasant and peaceful mood.

  • Utsuwa
    W31.7xD2.3xH31.7cm

  • Wreath
    W31.7xD2.3xH31.7cm

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