Habitat Wall Art


Years ago Habitat was the place to go for something different for your walls, interesting art, posters which added colour and a statement   to your home, they have now added them again with some great prints by a variety of up and coming artists – so adding a unique touch to the art.

Tremor £125.00 Habitat (Shop Now)



Marcus Walters is a graphic artist and designer of many disciplines. Marcus has exhibited artwork at galleries across the world and collaborated with some of the biggest brands in the world. His work is easily identifiable by his reductive graphic style and colourful optimistic imagery. Typography, drawing and illustration intertwine to create joyful images while his pattern designs are feature multi layered abstract compositions.

OK £105.00 Habitat (Shop Now)



The OK print with frame set comprises the best-selling print by Vintage by Hemingway and the Damien black metal picture frame. Wayne Hemingway and the Hemingway Design team have hand picked the finest typographic art from their Land of Lost Content archive, bringing you OK.

Exclude £100.00 Habitat (Shop Now)



Training initially in textiles, Lisa James has worked extensively in the fashion and design industry. Lisa’s recent work has focused on digital art, yet always seeks to remain loyal to her artisanal skills in embroidery and painting. Her influences are diverse, absorbing historical references, nature and by visiting museums and exhibitions which she marries with modern techniques.

Colour Block V £70.00 Habitat (Shop Now)



Susana Paz was raised in a family of artists and figured quite early that she wanted to pursue a career in no other field but the arts. As a young adult, Paz mastered in graphic arts and decided to become an art teacher. After a while she decided to broaden her artistic development and decided to invest in something enjoyable, digital illustration. Paz finds inspiration through the countries she has visited, established artists, a simple but interesting piece of fabric and anything that is colourful, which may be the ultimate driver. Her works are the reflection of her passion for geometry, vibrant colours and her everyday living with a childlike view through art and its potential.

Zoco £70.00 Habitat (Shop Now)



Carmen Von Trueba is a Spanish Architect based in London. She studied in the Polytechnic University of Valencia where also won several awards in the design and innovation fields. Her designs are influenced by Scandinavian and architectural expressions.

Red Lips £55.00 Habitat (Shop Now)



Jane McDevitt's interest in matchbox labels lies primarily in the design but also the concept that these small images can communicate to a large number of people. 1950s and 60s Eastern European labels captivate her most as she finds the subject matter particularly fascinating.

Fall £45.00 Habitat (Shop Now)



Hetty Haxworth, born in Oxford, graduated from The Glasgow School of Art in 1993. Her abstract prints are inspired by patterns found in nature, particularly from the coastal landscape. Her work investigates the delicate juxtaposition of colour, form and line.

Sunshine Stripes £40.00 Habitat (Shop Now)



Leah Flores is a Portland-based artist who brings together her love of photography and illustration to create adventuresome designs. Born in the Pacific Northwest on Leap Year Day 1988, Leah is a first-generation American with Costa Rican and Scottish roots. In her work you will find mountains, forests, and wildflowers woven with hand-lettered evocations to go explore the natural world.
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