You'll never have to look at a blank wall again.
Mostly handpainted reproductions of Andy Warhol, Rene Magritte, Roy Lichtenstein, Yue Min Jun and the likes, with some original, exclusive pieces. Paintings available at this online gallery are cleverly sorted by room, subject, style, artist, type, making it easy to find what you want. There are also home decor services for the clueless and tips on how to choose artworks on the site. What we really like: free shipping (to selected countries outside of Singapore, too!).
You probably never heard of the artists featured in this gallery, but it's a good place to start. Works of emerging Asian artists are the focus, and Art Loft makes an effort to also showcase the stories and inspirations behind each piece of work. If you have commitment issues, you have the option to rent artworks before actually buying time at just $25 a month. Read more about them in our interview with the founders.
This gallery space places an emphasis on editioned works by renowned artists like Keith Haring, The Little Artists, Takashi Murakami, David Hockney and Peter Blake, as well as original pieces by new contemporaries like STATIC.
This space on Haji Lane is both an art gallery—find mostly works by young and emerging local talents—and a café. Solo exhibitions are held every other month, and with prices going for just a couple of hundreds. Food-wise, there are sandwiches, cakes and muffins (from $2.90), together with a range of coffee choices ($4-$5.50) and other beverages like Clipper Teas ($4 for a pot).
New, emerging artists are showcased alongside established names at this online art platform. The folks at The Artling also works with reputable art galleries around the world to have part of their collections available for browsing and purchasing online. Need help with putting up art at home? Interior consultation services are available.