IKEA has announced its new “Art Photography” collection, a new series of 11 limited-edition fine art photos that will soon go on sale in IKEA stores in the United States.
This is the second year IKEA is holding a special “Art Event” series, which is geared towards making fine art available to the masses.
“Spanning from the highly abstract to the figurative, the Art Photography collection reflects the rich and inspiring diversity in contemporary art photography worldwide,” IKEA says.
The 11 posters were created by 11 different contemporary photography artists around the world, including big names such as Rankin and Jill Greenberg.
For a few weeks this spring IKEA will be turning itself into “the world’s largest public gallery” for people to view art and purchase it at an affordable price.
You can find out more about the photos and featured photographers in this PDF:
The prints will be available at IKEA for a limited amount of time starting April 4th, 2016, for as long as supplies last. Once they’re gone, these prints will be discontinued (unlike the mass-produced photos that grace IKEA shelves and walls year after year).