Why spend your money on art when you need to save it for framing? Just kidding. (Sorta.) But finding awesome art is really just a click and a Control+P away. Here’s a round up of options for you.
Vintage Botanicals are a lovely way to add texture and history to your art collection. Many times, you can find these guys at the thrift store. Or, you can check out the myriad options at The Graphics Fairy. I thought these daisies were sweet.
I found these awesome vintage stamp printables on Just Something I Made. I love how graphic they are, and you can choose from a few different color options.
There are literally thousands of historical posters and images available for free from the Library of Congress. This link will take you to an image bank of WPA posters from 1936-43.
Okay, moving into the 21st century, here are some more modern options for ya. The gals at eighteen25 have created TONS of modern type posters. I was particularly drawn to this one, celebrating summer.
Our own Editor-in-Chief here at Curbly designed this crafty number for all us DIYers. So funny. So true. So available for download over at ManMade.
And if photos are your thing, National Geographic offers several of their gorgeous nature photos for free. I just want to drink coffee and stare at this one.
Bonus Round! Check out another Curbly roundup of Printables here and double your pleasure.
If you have any great resources for free, printable art please let us know in the comments!