Special Bond | Mid-century Portrait of a Yorkshire Terrier Dog

Mid-century Portrait of a Yorkshire Terrier Dog

If you’ve ever been a dog owner, you know how special the bond is between you and your furry pal. They have an uncanny ability to sense when you’re upset or stressed, nestling their way in to your lap so as to distract you from yourself.

This mid-century portrait painting of a Yorkshire Terrier dog is enough to make your heart pitter patter.

26 in wide x 30 in tall


Eastern Religion | Pair of Fine Art Prints for Mirage Editions

Pair of Fine Art Prints for Mirage Editions

You can’t always be meditating, taking a bath, or reading books about eastern religions. You can, however, make sure your living space is completely zenned out so you don’t have to worry about disrupting your inner calm whenever you’re paying bills or tidying up.

This diptych (pair) of fine art prints c. 1988 for Mirage Editions features an Asian-modern style. 

24 in x 36 in each piece


Tantrum Thrower | Vintage Italian Portrait of a Boy

Vintage Italian Portrait of a Boy

The reasons children throw tantrums may vary but the process is usually similar; five minutes of alligator tears, then furrowed brows and curled lips, followed by a sharp return to equilibrium. 

This vintage Italian painting features a portrait of a boy with furrowed brows. 

14 1/2 in x 17 1/2 in


Language Limits | Large 1980s The Human Language Print

Large 1980s The Human Language Print

Language is limiting. Trying to label the feelings we are feeling with our limited vocabulary is not only a waste of time, it blocks us from processing them and letting them go. Try incorporating interpretive dance or miming into your expression. You never know, it might be more effective! 

This large 1980s print depicts the alphabet in a unique way…with Mimes! Entitled “the human language,” this print was both custom framed and matted.

38 in wide x 48 in tall 


Night Owl Syndrome | Mid-century Owl Painting

Mid-century Owl Painting

Though you no longer spend long hours dancing on dimly lit dance floors, you still haven’t been able to shake your night owl syndrome. You’re quite content, though, with perusing vintage furniture online while your loved ones sleep soundly. 

This mid-century owl painting knows who’s who. 

32 in wide x 40 in tall


Delicate Serenity | Vintage Chinese Screen Prints

Vintage Chinese Screen Prints

You are bombarded with flashing images and notifications from the moment you open your eyes. The last thing you need on your walls is something that’s going to distract you from your loved ones even more.

Each of these vintage Chinese screen prints c. 1962 features a gold leafed bamboo frame.

16 in wide x 40 in tall


Colorful Kitchen | Painting of Flowers with Bumble Bee

Painting of Flowers with Bumble Bee

Need a mood boost early in the morning? Add a splash of color above the Keurig. While you’re waiting for your personality to finish brewing, you’ll be subliminally evoking some good vibes into your brain. Score!

This painting of flowers with bumble bee, c.1975 captures the simplicity of life without oversimplifying it.

26 1/2 in wide x 33 in tall 


Majestic Core | Framed Photograph of Golden Gate Bridge

Framed Photograph of Golden Gate Bridge

Today San Francisco may better known for overpriced lattes and high rent than bell bottoms and counterculture ideals, the majestic core of the city remains.

This San Francisco photograph suggests that while the Golden Gate Bridge is a visual masterpiece, it’s not all the SF has to offer. 

23 in tall x 43 in wide


Anti-social Intelligence | Vintage Met Print of Seated Cat Scroll

Vintage Met Print of Seated Cat Scroll

There are dog people, and then there are intellectuals. Cat people have absolutely no problem curling up with a good book in lieu of attending pretty much any social gathering.

This vintage print of a “Seated Cat” was originally painted on a scroll by Zhu Ling in the early 1800s. The original scroll belongs to the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

15 in wide x 42 in tall


Urban State of Mind | Union Station Serigraph by Armond Field

Union Station Serigraph

Though Armond started out as professional advertising and market researcher, he made a career shift midway through his life and became a writer instead. He also dabbled in painting, graphic art, and intricate silkscreen prints of urban and rural scapes. 

This “Union Station” Serigraph was hand cut and stenciled by California artist Armond Field in 1984

31 in x 44 in