Tuesday, January 19, 2016


All these years in, I'm still delightfully surprised by the amazing objects and creators you can find on Etsy. Yet, at times the sheer girth of the site can be a bit overwhelming if you just want to browse. One little game I sometimes play is to type in atypical search terms, just to see what random results come back. I was doing this the other day while listening to some Fela Kuti, and on a whim entered his name, just for kicks.

I love this experiment, especially when it pays off with finds like iQstudio. The Fela print that turned up is excellent; an unexpected assemblage of textures and clean lines that looks like little else I've seen. I was also particularly fond of the Malcolm X, and the composition in the map art prints of various cities.

If you're not in need of prints, the shop has numerous other product lines including clothing, tote bags and other formats that are dripping with the color-intense pop stylings, and if you're even mildly intrigued by the works you see here, you're bound to find that perfect item to illuminate your personal space.

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