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Our Mission: Affordable Contemporary Art

ArtStar was founded in 2011 as a way to offer art lovers high-quality contemporary art without the gallery prices. Our team believes everyone should be able to own the art they love and that great design is achievable on any budget. Oh and...we’re proud of our quality, too. All ArtStar prints are fully authenticated and printed on Hahnemuhle paper to museum quality standards. Each print is available in three sizes and seven framing options ensuring a solution for every room in your home. Our framing options include white wood, black wood, natural maple, no-mat framing and facemounted to Plexi. With the convenience of a custom frame your art arrives on your doorstep with a hanger and nail ready for the wall.
 

Top Contemporary Talent

ArtStar is proud to represent award-winning artists who exhibit with top galleries around the world. From the best in Cuban art, including to Liset Castillo, Franklin Alvarez and Lydia Rubio, to stunning architectural photography by Richard Silver and Irene Suchocki, to paintings by Julio Larraz, Kysa Johnson, Sophie Crumb and Zaria Forman our roster of artists is always growing with new work added almost every week. ArtStar also represents the estate of Grant Rohloff and is the only source for the iconic filmmaker’s vintage surf photographs. We also love working with designers, architects and hotels. Industry discounts are available on bulk orders and we are happy to offer custom consultations. To receive a designer portfolio or to set up a consultation please email us at hello@artstar.com. 

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A Gorgeous West Village Apartment

July 24, 2014

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Toni Silber-Delerive

July 23, 2014

Summer When It SizzlesJuly is at an end and New York feels like a baking oven. Still I like the city in the summer when it seems to be taking a nap. It's also a good time to look around and refresh one's perception of our environment.Amusement Park, acrylic on canvas, 36" x 36"Amusement Park is a 2014 ArtSlant Showcase Winner in their 4th juried competition. ArtSlant is a worldwide art networking site.A bird's eye view of an Amusement Park. The colors and swirling shapes reflect the energy associated with the youthful activities of slides and many other attractions. It uses more graphic shapes than representation. The checkered ground acts as a contrast to the surroundings.Upstream People Gallery gave Neighborhood Montage and Funicular in Quebec City Special Recognition in...

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Dolly Faibyshev Presents the Rise of 'Lolita'

July 22, 2014

The Japanese ‘Lolita’ Subculture Takes New YorkBY KATIE VAN SYCKLE, EMMA WHITFORD AND DOLLY FAIBYSHEVA line of women in bell skirts, petticoats, bonnets, and bows wound down Allen Street between Rivington and Stanton on Saturday morning. Many of them (and a few men) had been waiting in line for just under three hours for the official reopening of Tokyo Rebel, a Manhattan-based shop that specializes in cult Japanese streetwear brands.While fans sported a variety of their favorite Tokyo designers, many were self-identified “Lolitas" (named, truly, without Nabokov's iconic character in mind). The Lolita subculture took root in Japan’s Harajuku shopping district in the 1970s, when Japanese designers reportedly picked the name for its cute, girly ring. (The signature Lolita look is hard to miss: ruffled blouses, massive bows...

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