Seeking the essential wall art to perfect the illusion of Old Hollywood chez vous? You can’t go wrong with Vogue or Vanity Fair cover art of the 1930s and 1940s. Vintage magazine covers in gorgeous reproduction, from Condé Nast, to frame as your taste dictates…
And if your style is more modern and minimal? The Roaring Twenties’ covers would work well, with their strong graphic lines and pure colour fields.
A bit on the pricey side, true — a 7 x 9.5 print will run you $125 before framing — but it’s enduring artwork that you won’t be looking to replace next season.
For a budget-conscious take on the same glam look, consider the one-of-a-kind custom notecards (20 cards for $30) to frame (in simple narrow black frames, or chrome?) and group on an important wall for maximal impact.
Or arrange the artsy cards on a tabletop, protected by a piece of glass — practical, affordable, and a real conversation piece…
Oh, go ahead, why not request a catalog? Some of the finest artists of their era have strutted these magazine covers.