Shopping on a budget doesn't have to be restrictive. At Art Republic, we pride ourselves on providing art for a range of budgets and we have plenty of inspiring limited edition artworks to choose from, regardless of your price requirements.
If you’re struggling for gift ideas, here are five of our favourite artworks all under £500.postage stamp prints are the perfect gift for those who love to travel or have a place in the world that means a lot to them. Guy's stamp prints are meticulously detailed, nostalgic and ready to hang - so neither you nor your lucky recipient will have to worry about framing. Guy has applied his contemporary printmaking skills to stamps from a wide range of countries, and each one tells its own cultural narrative.
If you’re looking for the ideal present for a fun-loving partner, friend or family member, look no further than this humorous giclée print by Antony ‘H’ Haylock. This nostalgic depiction of Pepsi can is not what it first seems. Looking closer, Antony’s typography appears, poking fun at the Pepsi/Coke dispute. Subtle yet effective, Antony's tongue-in-cheek typography provides a contrast with his very life-like rendering of iconic objects. Whatshisname’s parodying compositions are not only a great gift for the lighthearted person in your life, but they’re ideal for art lovers too! The artist’s satirical artworks are a witty take on popular culture and the work of popular artist Jeff Koons. These charming balloon dog figures come in different colours and positions too, so make sure to browse Whatshisname's Collection. With its ability to appeal to all ages, this gift is sure to be a hit. Aiming to stimulate inspiration and break boundaries of creativity, this witty artwork transforms the ordinary and plays on the unexpected actions of the small balloon dog, providing viewers with a quick distraction from everyday life.
Do you have a loved one living in London? Or perhaps you know someone who has just left the city, and is missing it? London-based or not, there is no denying the beauty of Emma Reynolds' Primrose Hill, Sunrise, February 2017. Emma captures the breath-taking skyline, rendering the sunrise in gorgeously romantic and nostalgic shades. This piece celebrates both the urban and natural environment that is to be found in London, opening our eyes to the juxtaposing elements.If your budget is slightly higher, why not indulge in this stunning artwork by Marcelina Amelia? This portrait is a detailed glance into the life of its sitter. Marcelina creates work that celebrates body positivity and self-acceptance, making this the perfect uplifting gift. Of her work, the artist has said: “I like to play at the tense borders between lust and innocence; joy and sadness; fun and pain...although some of the subjects I take on are often quite dark I like to think that there is some humour and light in my finished artwork.”
If none of these artworks are catching your eye, make sure to browse our vast collection of Gifts Under £500 in our curated collection.
40 x 52 cm (Frame Included)
Limited Edition of 75