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About Artehouse

The story of Artehouse — today, the largest publisher of vintage posters and wall art in the world — begins with a simple act of generosity. In 2000, company cofounder Richard Weedn gave his friend, Terence Flynn, a rare motorcycle poster as a gift. The exchange prompted a series of conversations that eventually led the two men to open a poster business — and so Artehouse was born. The company's extensive collection of giclée prints includes designs inspired by the beach, transit signage, favorite inspirational sayings, antique café and restaurant marquees, even street signs — all hand-numbered and sold in limited-edition runs. Forget about run-of-the-mill canvas art: Artehouse makes vintage-style wood signs set on slightly antiqued planked wood, bamboo, or reclaimed wood, representing the ultimate in stylish and inspirational wall art.

Past Sales Featuring Artehouse

Sale Ended January 26, 2014

Wood Is Good: Art & Lighting

If you think wood furnishings are a mark of traditionalism, think again — in this case, at least. From knotty-based lighting to splashy art on reclaimed-wood canvases, the designs in this sale are bold takes on nature inspiration.

Sale Ended August 23, 2012

Best of Dorm Essentials

Send your loved one back to campus in style with these bedroom, kitchen, bath and entertainment must-haves. Flatware, glassware, rugs, lighting, art, and more – the focus here is on good design (that’ll fit a small space) and bright colors that’ll inspire.

Sale Ended November 17, 2013

Best Art: Works on Wood

If you think wood is a mark of traditionalism, think again — in this case, at least. This art, on reclaimed wooden canvas, is a bold take on nature inspiration.

Sale Ended July 20, 2012

Campus Living for Her

From hampers to wall art with plenty of bedding and towels in between, we’ve assembled a selection of decidedly feminine-but-not-too-frilly essentials and accents that’ll cement your loved one’s status as a style-setter on campus. Vibrant colors and prints aplenty make for a happy aesthetic that’ll ease those bouts of homesickness (and make it a little easier to stay in and study).