Artwork Enclosed's vintage art posters are faithful reproductions and reimaginings of old-timey graphics inspired by science, anatomy, eclectic ads, public safety (one antiqued horizontal banner displays the message “Lifeguard on Duty”) and conventional wisdom. If that M.C. Escher poster hanging on your wall just isn’t doing it for you anymore, it’s time to replace it with something from Artwork Enclosed’s quirky yet classy collection of wall art — all printed on high-resolution, acid-free, fade-resistant paper. Our favorite Artwork Enclosed designs include a framed fallout shelter sign, an advertisement for human cannonballs, a notation of caffeine's chemical composition, and a series of posters indicating the rules of the house (i.e., “Brush Your Teeth”).
Dusky hues, sleek shapes, and personality pieces that are more than a little eccentric: These furnishings and accents hit just the right tone for Halloween. But many go beyond that, and will serve you just as well during less spooky days as they will on All Hallow’s Eve.
If you're a lover of the circus, you've struck gold here: this curious selection of signs and posters are all Big Top-themed, from vignettes featuring depictions of stage shows, to posters for palm readers, burlesque shows, and more. It'll take you back to a time when the circus was the hottest ticket in town.
Not the still-life-with-fruit type when it comes to art? Check out these selections, which range from the cheeky to the downright odd. From physiology diagrams to a “Gymnacyclidium,” these antique-finished creations will transport you back to another time and place.
These works of art have a beautifully time-worn feel, yet they will fit beautifully into a modern room. Set a scientific tone with anatomic posters from Artwork Enclosed, or Soicher Marin’s framed astronomical charts and celestial maps; lend a globetrotting feel with Artehouse’s wood transit signs from cities around the world; or be cartographically chic courtesy of Avant Art’s framed diagram of Paris or map of the Alps.