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Slurp and Salty by Michelle Vaughan
An oyster lover, artist Michelle Vaughan uses text to capture the action of eating the popular shellfish. And the delicate pink coloring? Vaughan chose this shade for its resemblance to the interiors of oyster shells. Even the Hamilton Gothic typeface, originally owned by the Baltimore Police Department, is meant to evoke Vaughan’s favorite food. “It is a clean, honest face for everyday use,” says the artist. “Oysters were once the everyman’s food, eaten by rich and poor alike—Gothic symbolizes this spirit.”
Prints of these editions begin at $60. 
Slurp and Salty by Michelle Vaughan
An oyster lover, artist Michelle Vaughan uses text to capture the action of eating the popular shellfish. And the delicate pink coloring? Vaughan chose this shade for its resemblance to the interiors of oyster shells. Even the Hamilton Gothic typeface, originally owned by the Baltimore Police Department, is meant to evoke Vaughan’s favorite food. “It is a clean, honest face for everyday use,” says the artist. “Oysters were once the everyman’s food, eaten by rich and poor alike—Gothic symbolizes this spirit.”
Prints of these editions begin at $60. 

Slurp and Salty by Michelle Vaughan

An oyster lover, artist Michelle Vaughan uses text to capture the action of eating the popular shellfish. And the delicate pink coloring? Vaughan chose this shade for its resemblance to the interiors of oyster shells. Even the Hamilton Gothic typeface, originally owned by the Baltimore Police Department, is meant to evoke Vaughan’s favorite food. “It is a clean, honest face for everyday use,” says the artist. “Oysters were once the everyman’s food, eaten by rich and poor alike—Gothic symbolizes this spirit.”

Prints of these editions begin at $60. 

Get Excited And Make Things by Matt Jones

The original “Keep Calm and Carry On” image was designed in 1939 to soothe and encourage the British public in the face of a possible Nazi invasion.  This version by Matt Jones offers a more artful form of motivation, and we hope it inspires you.  

YES (You Complete the Picture) by Trey Speegle

This work of art by Trey Speegle radiates joy in every vibrant plane of color—even the rain puddles are cheerful. And through Sunday night, you can take 15% off a framed print of this work, as well as all of the other pieces in our special selection of art for Valentine’s Day. Use the code OUQT at checkout; find details about the sale here

Untitled (I like you ‘cause you like me and you don’t like much.) by Mike Monteiro

This warmhearted work of art was created by 20x200 artist Mike Monteiro, who has a way with words.

Through Sunday night, take 15% off a framed print of this work, as well as the others in our Valentine’s Day selection when you enter the code OUQT at checkout. Learn more about the sale here

I Told You So by Kotama Bouabane

We have a love/hate relationship with this phrase “I told you so”—it’s aggravating to hear and satisfying to utter.  Artist Kotama Bouabane has photographed several similar phrases for his series Melting Words. “These utterances, extracted and reconstructed out of icy letters, hang in front of the viewer with a calculated coldness,” he explains.

Prints begin at $24

Half Full by Mike Monteiro

Mike Monteiro pushes the provocative envelope time and time again. Fans of his work aren’t easily offended. In fact, they keep coming back for more. Perhaps the old British adage “Treat ‘em mean, keep ‘em keen” most appropriately applies. In this instance, the sentiment is one that has traveled quite a bit and sprung from the lips of many a bad boy (Cormac McCarthy) and girl (PJ Harvey). It’s the perfect gift for your favorite holiday hell-raiser.

Can You Imagine and YES (You Complete the Picture) by Trey Speegle are two of the logo-centric works in our Art for Word Nerds Gift Guide
If you or someone you love is a word nerd (first of all, can we be friends? 20x200 adores word nerds) then enjoy our selections of art celebrating of mottos, mantras, books, poems, typography, fonts and the geeks who cherish them.

See all of our gift guides. 
Can You Imagine and YES (You Complete the Picture) by Trey Speegle are two of the logo-centric works in our Art for Word Nerds Gift Guide
If you or someone you love is a word nerd (first of all, can we be friends? 20x200 adores word nerds) then enjoy our selections of art celebrating of mottos, mantras, books, poems, typography, fonts and the geeks who cherish them.

See all of our gift guides. 

Can You Imagine and YES (You Complete the Picture) by Trey Speegle are two of the logo-centric works in our Art for Word Nerds Gift Guide

If you or someone you love is a word nerd (first of all, can we be friends? 20x200 adores word nerds) then enjoy our selections of art celebrating of mottos, mantras, books, poems, typography, fonts and the geeks who cherish them.

See all of our gift guides