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  • 10.06.2017
  • 10.03.2017
    New York-based illustrator Angelica Hicks is taking Instagram by storm with her witty, tongue-in-cheek designs. Whether she’s poking fun at celebrity culture, politics, or social constructs, there’s a “punny” intellectualism at the root of each illustration – and her 50k+ instagram followers seem love it.
  • 10.2017
    We are really into Twyla. They are fresh and offer a lot.
  • 09.06.2017
    In a limited-edition collaboration, i am OTHER will introduce three new artists to the Twyla marketplace, including fashion-favorite Angelica Hicks. You may recognize her playful illustrations from her daily drawings on Instagram or from her collaborations with powerhouses such as Gucci, Missoni and Net-a-Porter.
  • 09.06.2017
    She also just recently worked with art company, Twyla, who collaborated with i am Other on creating prints of her work. The collaboration is especially exciting for her due to the scale of all the prints. Her work is usually seen on Instagram, and the originals are on small pieces of paper meant for watercolor.
  • 09.05.2017
    Yes, art comes in all shapes, sizes, forms, and mediums. Finding the right art for your man cave is essentially up to you and your likes. For those a little more serious about art, TWYLA offers up a wide range of bold designs from a vast selection of artists, providing quite a number of choices.
  • 08.23.2017
    In late July, Twyla launched a collaborative collection with Pharrell’s creative agency, i am OTHER. The series includes limited edition prints from M. Tony Peralta, Angelica Hicks, and Freegums. Creating vibrant patterns from illustration and collaged imagery, Freegums’ pieces for Twyla caught our eye.
  • 08.01.2017
    Caleb Anderson, principal at Drake Anderson Interiors in New York, says a room doesn’t look finished without art. For budget-friendly pieces, Anderson recommends Saatchi Art, Twyla, ArtStar and @60.
  • 08.01.2017
    The dotCOMM Awards is an international competition honoring excellence in web creativity and digital communication.
  • 07.26.2017
    Among Angelica Hicks’ whimsical, tongue-in-cheek illustrations and Alvaro “FREEGUMS” Ilizarbe’s pre Columbian-inspired work, is Peralta’s awe-inspiring line of ‘Rolos & Icons’ which fronts a bevy of our most adored Latina idols.
  • 07.25.2017
    Pharrell Williams’s I AM OTHER, a creative collective with a mission of promoting individuality and artists who reject stereotypes, is collaborating with TWYLA, which works directly with artists to produce limited-edition, museum-quality prints.
  • 07.25.2017
    Pharrell Williams and his multi-media creative company, i am OTHER, is collaborating with Twyla – a brand which works with artists to offer limited-edition pieces you simply cannot find anywhere else.
  • 07.25.2017
    Recently, [Pharrell’s] multimedia creative collective, i am OTHER, teamed up with boutique online art dealer, Twyla, to bring you some pretty damn cool, limited-edition prints from three up-and-coming artists.
  • 06.22.2017
    There is no wrong way to collect art as long as you’re happy with the pieces you’re choosing and aren’t afraid to experiment. At Twyla, for example, the art is exclusive to the website, so it’s a sure way to get your hands on a one-of-a-kind piece.
  • 06.15.2017
    The geometric artworks by Edward Granger are fun to look at, and a great way to add some colour and dizzying effects to a space!
  • 06.12.2017
    I love the subtle blush pink of the West Elm swivel chairs and the bolder pink of the Twyla art on the mantel. It was all about layering in the right amount, although I have a feeling that she wants to add more pink!
  • 06.02.2017
    Twyla’s booth was my most memorable feature of the Sight Unseen OFFSITE show because it quite literally added another dimension to art viewing.
  • 06.01.2017
    When you buy art you don't just buy a thing - you begin a relationship with the artist that in lots of cases could last a lifetime. It really is all about people and all about community, so in that respect Twyla have hit it on the head.
  • 05.31.2017
    Check out work that starts at $360, along with the "Art Connects Us" campaign that launched today, pairing six Twyla artists with six luminaries to highlight how art bonds even the most unlikely duos.
  • 05.30.2017
    It’s one thing to know what the trends are—and maybe have a vague sense of what they look like—but it’s another to be able to experience them in such an immediately immersive way.
  • 05.25.2017
    The 50″ x 40″ size was perfect for our large open space by the staircase and the bright colors were both eye catching and cheerful. I also liked that the limited edition prints Badessi created exclusively for Twyla were a bit of a departure from his other work which is usually more figurative.
  • 05.23.2017
    Before purchasing the artwork, viewers are invited to put on Samsung Gear VR headsets that feature the specific art work—helping the potential buyer imagine what the artwork would look like inside a home.
  • 05.22.2017
    In the TWYLA VR experience in collaboration with art director Tom Hancocks, each VR room represented a 2017 interiors trend chosen by Sight Unseen. Hancocks created eight rooms, viewable in 360-degree panoramas via the VR headsets provided, designed around works of art offered by Twyla.
  • 05.21.2017
    Designed by New York artist and designer Tom Hancocks, the fantastical virtual spaces are pegged to seven interior trends — including color blocking, ’70s chic and ’80s Japan — each showcasing the work of a Twyla artist.
  • 05.19.2017
    The idea is that one should find pieces of art that they truly love and build an interior design concept around those rather than designing a room and adding art only as an afterthought, as so many of us do.
  • 05.15.2017
    Our scanning and unique post-scanning process enable us to also transform 3-D and highly textured works into 2-D masterpieces.
  • 05.09.2017
    The Sight Unseen team is scaling back from 75 exhibitors to 24, to focus on polished brands like Iacoli & McAllister and Moscow’s Crosby Studios, as well as projects like a VR exhibition with online art seller Twyla.
  • 10.19.2016
    A team of insiders sources the best contemporary artists and lets users browse their collections and read their bios on the site.
  • 04.24.2017
    Supported by a team of experts, Twyla sources contemporary artists to create works exclusively for the site. Prints are made on demand for clients and framed using museum-quality materials.
  • 04.23.2017
    With a refund of just a few hundred dollars, you can add to your art collection and expand your cultural horizon. Websites like Twyla make it easy to select cool art based on your budget.
  • 03.23.2017
    Preserving Art and Culture
  • 03.21.2017
    The design community likes a well-set table...there's nowhere this passion is so evident as at DIFFA's beloved Dining by Design fundraiser. Online art site Twyla, led by Kelly LaPlante and Clarissa Hulsey Bailey, went for an all-white space to better highlight the featured work of painter Edward Granger.
  • 03.21.2017
    This year, Twyla’s collaboration with Granger seeks to make the room itself a work of art. You can clearly see the 3D influence in the installation, which balances minimalism from the modern geometric design with maximalism incorporated through the vibrantly layered hues.
  • 03.14.2017
    [Nick]Turner's creative philosophy continues to evolve as he learns more about himself and the world around him. He's especially adamant about not overthinking anything and letting nature unfold on its own.
  • 03.07.2017
    But with all of the resources, mediums, artists and works of art to filter through, where does one even begin? Enter Ariel Saldivar, VP of artist relations for Twyla.
  • 03.02.2017
    And now you can test drive these pieces in your home before officially committing. It’s kind of like a first date, but 30 days long.
  • 02.17.2017
    There was one collaboration taking place in front of fair-goers’ eyes, as Trey Speegle invited visitors to fill in a massive one of his paintings inspired by vintage paint-by-number kits, at a booth presented by online art retailer Twyla.
  • 02.01.2017
    Gone are the days when free-floating posters should be dotting your walls. Instead, keep your eyes peeled for original art you love that can give a room—like your dining area or kitchen—a focal point. (Sites like Twyla make it a breeze to shop for one-of-a-kind, and already framed, pieces online.)
  • 01.10.2017
    The artwork comes in a gallery-grade frame and, best of all, is delivered with a chic package containing a foolproof user guide as well as tools you'll need to hang your piece...
  • 12.06.2016
    I think the biggest [mistake] is treating art as an afterthought. Art should be the inspiration behind the design of a room and the focal point.
  • 11.14.2016
    [Twyla] creates limited-edition art mounted to the highest level of museum-quality framing, all in an effort to make art buying more accessible.
  • 10.11.2016
    …a site that’s meant to make the process of buying art less intimidating but still wildly fulfilling
  • 10.07.2016
    There's a huge gap in the art buying market between posters and Picasso's
  • 10.07.2016
    From first search to finishing touch, Twyla focuses on every detail of the client experience.
  • 10.07.2016
    …our lives are increasingly curated, but the vast majority of people don’t know where to go to buy art or what to purchase.

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