Tweet We’re big fans of Jane Mount’s Ideal Bookshelf series. In her contribution to the west elm’s collaboration with 20×200 she creates her vision of the ideal bookshelf for a design enthusiast.
Tweet Mike Monteiro is the co-founder and design director of Mule Design, an interactive design studio whose work has been called “delightfully hostile” by the New Yorker. In his collaboration with 20×200 + west elm, Mike adds to his series of black and white typographic one-liners.
Tweet Much of Lisa Congdon’s artwork centers around her collections of oddities and ephemera — everything from rubber erasers to game pieces is celebrated in her engaging work. In her print for west elm’s collaboration with 20×200, Lisa photographed a small segment of her collection of hangtags and tickets.
Tweet Armed with a Sharpie permanent marker and a newspaper, Texas artist and writer Austin Kleon redacts New York Times articles to create black & white artworks that are as fascinating for what they reveal as much as what they black out. So Many Places is part of his series Newspaper Blackout Poems and is...
Tweet Primarily influenced by color and light, Northampton, Massachusetts-based artist Sean Greene creates abstract designs filled with motion. For his contribution to west elm’s collaboration with 20×200, Sean’s original painting was inspired by sunlight moving through a room.
Tweet Like the bulk of Joe Kievitt’s artwork, the colorful print included in the 20×200 + west elm collection is heavily influenced by geometry and order but has a unique imperfection found in handmade work. The Portland, Maine based artist has a keen eye for pattern and kaleidoscopic color.
Tweet Carol Padberg has four prints in the 20×200 + west elm collection. Her graphic works are largely inspired by the codes and symbols found in everyday life — everything from barcodes to modernist fonts and logos.
Tweet Dutch photographer Bert Teunissen contributed two prints to the 20×200 + west elm collection. These graphic black & white prints were derived from Teunissen’s photographs taken from a helicopter flying over Atlanta, Georgia!
Tweet Jennifer Sanchez creates mixed-media masterpieces in her New York studio. Her series of framed prints for 20×200 + west elm are each taken from original paintings that showcase her love of process and all the lines, smudges, drips and layers that maker her art unique!