Prints of iconic masterworks
When it comes to curating a gallery wall, New Era has you covered with standout art to suit any personality. But how to hang them for maximum impact? New Era's Candace Comer gave us two essential tips. The first: "The magic rule is to hang your pieces at eye level on center," she notes. "That generally means that the middle of the picture (on center) should be about 60 to 65 inches (basketball players, please disregard) from the floor." (Keep the same height in play throughout your home.) Next: "If you're hanging two or more pieces of artwork together, hang them 2 to 3 inches apart," says Comer. "That's close enough that it creates a cohesive look but not so close that it looks awkward."
Iconic images from some of the all-time greats