You don't need an expensive collection to fill your apartment with dynamic art.
This "See America" poster, commissioned by Print Collection, is modeled after the posters made by the Works Progress Administration in the 30s to encourage Americans to engage in domestic tourism by visiting National Parks. Buy it here.
The Calm Gallery, a poster shop run by a husband and wife team in the U.K., sells prints with simple graphics and tongue-in-cheek messages. Buy it here.
The elementary graphic images in Italian designer Enzo Mari's Simboli Sinsemantici series from 1972––including an arrow, wave, clover, star, moon, and cube––were newly editioned in 2013. Available in the Dwell Store.
Artist Rinee Shah created a series of graphic posters inspired by Seinfeld's many food jokes, like a combination ketchup/mustard bottle. Buy the prints here.
The Kamerun Poster designed by Aino-Maija Metsola for Finnish design house Marimekko is a cheeky composition of flora, fruit and fauna. Available in the Dwell Store.
This print by Timothy Hogan is part of his Fin Project, a series that celebrates the surfboard fin. Buy it here.
This three-color screen print by Scott Campbell is one of the offerings at Poster Cabaret, an online print shop of the Austin, Texas gallery Sebastian Foster. Buy it here.
These graphic posters are dynamic additions to apartment walls—and they're incredibly affordable, too. Whether filled with cheeky sayings, geometric shapes, or abstract animals, these prints are poised to make a statement by a bed, above a mantel, or in a hallway.