littlecraziness:

(via Roundup: Hundreds of FREE Wall Art Printables » Curbly | DIY Design Community)

Truebluemeandyou: This roundup is really good. It mentions a few sources that are new to me. I posted about Feed Your Soul originally in Oct. and still love the artwork on that site (posted my favorites here).

littlecraziness:

(via Roundup: Hundreds of FREE Wall Art Printables » Curbly | DIY Design Community)

Truebluemeandyou: This roundup is really good. It mentions a few sources that are new to me. I posted about Feed Your Soul originally in Oct. and still love the artwork on that site (posted my favorites here).

DIY Over 100 Free Art Downloads. There is something for everyone and lots of really well known artists have contributed their work to this site (and many of these prints are on Etsy or the poster sites). I’ve posted about this site before - but it was down for so long and I feared I missed the chance to download my favorites. It’s up now, so I’m posting about it (last artist’s contribution in December 2011). 
Many diverse artists have created really beautiful works of art that you can download for free from this site: Feed Your Soul: The Free Art Project here.  

 “You may use images to post on your blog, on pinterest, tumblr, twitter and other social media platforms, but just be sure to give credit to Feed Your Soul: the free art project and the artists of the prints you are sharing. You can print out these downloads for personal use only! They may not be used in any way outside the scope of personal use, whether for profit or not-for-profit. Neither may they be altered.”  

Laura Amiss
Jan Weiss  
Fee Harding (love the mouse on bow)
Donna McKenzie 
Jo Cheung  
Paola Zakimi (she makes the most amazing art dolls)

DIY Over 100 Free Art Downloads. There is something for everyone and lots of really well known artists have contributed their work to this site (and many of these prints are on Etsy or the poster sites). I’ve posted about this site before - but it was down for so long and I feared I missed the chance to download my favorites. It’s up now, so I’m posting about it (last artist’s contribution in December 2011). 

Many diverse artists have created really beautiful works of art that you can download for free from this site: Feed Your Soul: The Free Art Project here.  

You may use images to post on your blog, on pinterest, tumblr, twitter and other social media platforms, but just be sure to give credit to Feed Your Soul: the free art project and the artists of the prints you are sharing. You can print out these downloads for personal use only! They may not be used in any way outside the scope of personal use, whether for profit or not-for-profit. Neither may they be altered.”  

  1. Laura Amiss
  2. Jan Weiss  
  3. Fee Harding (love the mouse on bow)
  4. Donna McKenzie 
  5. Jo Cheung  
  6. Paola Zakimi (she makes the most amazing art dolls)
Free Download: Feed Your Soul by Jo Cheung. Many diverse artists have created really beautiful works of art that you can download for free from this site: Feed Your Soul: The Free Art Project here. For Personal Use Only and, “You may use images to post on your blog, on pinterest, tumblr, twitter and other social media platforms, but just be sure to give credit to Feed Your Soul: the free art project and the artists of the prints you are sharing.” About the Artist: 


Jo Cheung - Jo is freelance illustrator and designer living in London. She likes to make images of birds, bears, dreamy landscapes with floating shapes and stars in the sky. Her inspiration comes from child hood memories, travels abroad, music and found photographs. When it comes to collecting paper she’s a bit of a magpie! You can view more of her work on her website or in her Shop.

Free Download: Feed Your Soul by Jo Cheung. Many diverse artists have created really beautiful works of art that you can download for free from this site: Feed Your Soul: The Free Art Project here. For Personal Use Only and, “You may use images to post on your blog, on pinterest, tumblr, twitter and other social media platforms, but just be sure to give credit to Feed Your Soul: the free art project and the artists of the prints you are sharing.” About the Artist: 

Jo Cheung - Jo is freelance illustrator and designer living in London. She likes to make images of birds, bears, dreamy landscapes with floating shapes and stars in the sky. Her inspiration comes from child hood memories, travels abroad, music and found photographs. When it comes to collecting paper she’s a bit of a magpie! You can view more of her work on her website or in her Shop.