From Scandinavian minimalistic monochrome posters to feminine illustrations in soft colours, the choice is yours! We have highlighted some of the coolest prints and illustrations there are – to adorn your wall.
Jan Skácelík’s ReStyle Etsy shop is a gem of a store by those who love Scandinavian-inspired 1950’s mid century modern design. The posters are sure to add a touch of colour to your home and put a smile on your face.
We are happy to introduce w:form, a Swedish interior and design company that creates a series of decorative and educational art posters for the children’s rooms or on the wall in the family home. Perfect as a gift to the newborn or to the toddler that likes to explore letters, numbers -and the world!
Going Danish is Mariann Doherty, a freelance illustrator who lives and works in Denmark. Her whimsical illustrations are the perfect way to add a little humour to your home. I quite like the “Bitter Lemon” It’s sort of me, on a Monday, before I’ve had the first (of many) cup of coffee. Then after my coffee(s) there’s an transformation, into the content and happy looking lemon. Did you know this random fact, that most people do not smile on Monday until 11.16 am.*?
This is a print that would probably, if placed on my kitchen wall, brighten up the Monday a tad faster. As you can’t help smiling when looking at the quirky, naive and imaginative illustrations by this talented Danish illustrator.
© Going Danish
The illustrations are in A3 size, and printed on 250g textured fine art paper that enables brilliant colors and a lively expression. See more illustrations and art posters at
Do you have art on your wall that makes you crack a smile?
*A study, by Marmite in England, showed the Southeast was the happiest region, with people cracking the first smile at 11.06 a.m. The East Midlands are the glummest, taking until 11.33 a.m. to look on the bright side.
Pssst… poster art prints inspired by Scandinavia, mid century modern design, Cathrineholm, Stig Lindberg etc.
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The artist Jan Skácelík has been mentioned on Little Scandinavian before, as the blogger behind one of the Blogs we Love. Following the style conscious well curated design blog is highly recommended; the Design Attractor. You can also stay updated on his latest products by following ReStyleShop on Facebook. Here are a few of our favourite prints by Jan Skácelík.
And our very favourite of course; The Cathrineholm coffee pot in Lotus style. Picture to the left shows are darling coffee pot.