Flash sale site Huckberry has partnered up with 20×200 to offer almost 50% off 20×200’s already affordable art. Purchase a voucher from Huckberry and they will send you a code good for use with 20×200. They’re good for just about half off. You can get a $60 voucher for $32, a $115 voucher for $69, and a $185 voucher for $95.
The vouchers can be used with most of the works on the site. Here are some suggestions to get started, and know that the prices shown below reflect the cost as long as you use one of the vouchers.
This series features public domain images turned into exhibition-quality prints, and includes stunning images from the Golden Age of space exploration.
S68-48662 captures the launch of Apollo 7. Availble starting at $32 without frame, $95 with the frame.
S68-49389 is a photo of the Apollo 8 spacecraft on top of a Saturn 5 rocket being transported from Kennedy Space Center to the launch complex. These do come in the smallest, 8″x10″ size, and if you use a voucher you can get that size framed for as little as $69. The unframed 11″x14″ is $32 with a voucher.
Blue Marble Eastern Hemisphere and Blue Marble Western Hemisphere is a set of remarkable, high-definition images of the earth floating in the emptiness of space. A framed 11″ x 11″ option of either hemisphere can be had for $95 as long as you use the voucher. Or, if you want to get them framed on your own, you could get both hemispheres in the 11″x11″ size ($120 pre voucher) for $74.00 if you use the get $115 for $69 voucher option.
Plageman works with photographs by physically altering the original photo and re-photographing the result to create unpredictable new works.
Response to Print of Vulture Roost Texas is available in its smallest, 10″x8″ size for just $24 without a frame or use of a voucher. Add the frame and the price goes to $115, but then drops to $69 thanks to the Huckberry deal.
McLellan takes apart old objects and photographs them for his series “Disassembly.” His clocks in particular are striking.
Apart Wind-Up Clock is available in a variety of sizes, framed, or unframed.
Cope makes maps using freely-available data sources – learn more about his process here. The results are beautiful images that skirt the line between representation and abstraction.
The Huckberry 20×200 sale ends tonight (5/15.) More on the framing done by 20×200 here. Want to frame it yourself? 20×200 provides a video to help show you how. For more on literature, art, food, wine, and a real perspective on the news these things seem to make, follow our Arts & Culture Correspondent Ben on Twitter.