Summer is almost here! And with this beautiful weather we are having I get the urge to decorate with a little splash of color! Normally I’m more of a black, white and grey type of person, but these art prints have made me reconsider! Pink Iris and Pink Butterfly are such a great match, and they give me those summer feels! Get the in the pink mode by the photos below!
All our posters and art prints are available in four different sizes:
30×40 / 50×70 / 61×91 / 70×100
Free worldwide shipping for orders over 800 NOK / 90 EUR.
Pink Butterfly / Pink Iris / You Go Girl
THANK YOU, PINTEREST ❤
Pinterest is a big part of our daily routine, searching for inspiration and amazing ideas. Yesterday, Pinterest showed me my dream home. This beautiful green, grey home with such characteristics. I love everything about it, and I just wanna throw all my shit in the air and move right in. It has everything I wish I had in my house: big windows, wide wooden floors, a brick wall, large openings to other rooms, a cool kitchen, high ceiling and stucco. They can also just leave all the furnitures in there, because everything looks amazing. Just have a look at these beautiful photos, and you’ll see what I’m talking about.
These amazing photos were taken by Anders Bergstedt via Entrance.
We are pinning lots of beautiful images and great inspo pics everyday! Follow us on Pinterest ❤ (pinterest.com/peopleoftomorro)
One of our favourite wallcandies fo’sho! Just stopping by to tell you that.
Oh, and if you like it too, you can now get This is Me 50×70 for only 299 NOK (32 EUR)! Just use the code “thisisme” in the checkout section. Find the art print here.
Match it with our Gentleman art print to make the purrrrfect couple!
We are back from an awesome Easter holiday and making magic in the office! We just launched two new prints: Do You Read Me and Pink Iris.
Already we are printing and packing the new prints for you awesome people out there! Thank you for ordering ❤
Jump into our magic world and have a look at our new additions! www.peopleoftomorrow.no
Our secretary (pictured below) has been on duty this Holiday. He has apparently been out all night and sleeping all day, so we will be back on track tomorrow and ship all the orders we received this Easter!
Enjoy the rest of the Holidays!
We are taking a few days off to enjoy the holidays! Like real Norwegians we are going to the mountain to ski, eat oranges and chocolate. And drink beer. Have a good one! Cheerio!
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(Image source: Pinterest)
Our dream is to one day have an awesome studio where we do our creative work in an environment that reflects our brand’s personality. A studio where you can feel the creativity in the air. We dream of having a studio that could be the local face of our brand and a place where people can come in for a cup of coffee and have a look at our prints. We want it to be a studio/store/gallery and our second home. But right now we make magic happen in a not so fancy office space. But we do have an office, which is pretty cool. It’s actually pretty awesome. Everyone has to start somewhere, right?
While we keep dreaming of an awesome studio that will one day become ours, we have gathered 10 office spaces we wouldn’t mind working in. A home office can be just as good as a corporate office building or a dusty garage. The whole point is to get you in that perfect workflow, and these spaces would definitely get us started for the day. Comment you favourite below!
1. The inspirational desk (Image source: Pinterest)
2. The organizer (Image: stylizimoblog)
3. The social space (Image source: Pinterest)
4. The minimalist (Image source: Pinterest)
5. The black space (Image source: Pinterest)
6. The window nook (Image source: Pinterest)
7. The clean studio (Image source: Pinterest)
8. The organized chaos (Image: Frida Ramstedt, Trendenser.se)
9. The sectioned office (Image source: Pinterest)
10. The creative space (Image source: Pinterest)
How lovely are these office spaces? Most people spend most of their days at work, so the environment should be inspiring, motivating and energizing wherever it may be.
These photos were found on Pinterest. If you know who we should credit, please tell us!
We do not take any credit for these photos.
New week – new prints.
Our webshop is filled with different posters & art prints, and today we launched two new ones! We like to play a little on the edge, just because it’s fun. So this time we have designed two “edgy” art prints. Not for everyone, but for anyone. What the fuck, who cares? If you like them click here. If you don’t, click here anyway.
Art should comfort
What the fuck // Stand Out
Both prints are available in four different sizes: 30×40 / 50×70 / 61×91 / 70×100
Comments your thoughts below!
Easter is here!
After a long, dark and cold winter it’s finally starting to look like spring. Our pale, tired faces can finally get some D-vitamin and we can start to feel like humans again! The days are brighter, and so is our mood!
Many like to decorate for Easter, and yellow is a typical color many use. Yellow is the color of sunshine, hope and happiness, so what would be more suiting for this time of year?
Our Yellow Collection is a popular choice in our webshop. Many like to combine Yellow Mohawk, Ebony & Ivory and Yellow Butterfly because they are a great match. We also just launched a new art print with yellow details! You can find it here.
Be inspired to decorate with yellow from our photos below! All posters & art prints come in four different sizes, so you can mix and match! Comment if you see a favourite!
February this year, Netlix launched a new documentary series called “Abstract: The Art of Design”. The series profiles eight designers representing different fields in the industry.
Each episode introduces us to a designers life, how they think and the challenges they meet. Get a closer look into the minds of great designers like architect Bjarke Ingels, shoe designer Tinker Hatfield, graphic designer Paula Scher, automobile designer Ralph Gilles, illustrator Christoph Niemann, scenograph Es Devlin, photographer Platon and interior designer Ilse Crawford.
This series is so inspiring and interesting, and we will recommend it to anyone. Even if you are not a designlover, we will tell you to watch it.
The episode about graphic designer Paula Scher was probably the one that we could relate to the most. It was so inspiring to see how she changed the face of New York with her typography skills. Actually kind of mindblowing.
We binge-watched this in one night, that’s how much we liked it. An absolute must-see on Netflix.