5 Online Places to Buy Art for your Man Cave

Whether your man cave is a decadent affair with a retro Gentleman’s Club vibe, or a coolly contemporary Scandi-inspired space, there’s always room for a fresh injection of art. From limited edition prints from exciting graphic designers and rare vintage reprints, to original contemporary art and incredible photography, many of the world’s artists who haven’t yet made the big time are now trading their wares online, ideal for aspiring curators of fine taste who don’t have billionaire budgets.

To help you find fantastic pieces to give your man cave a style update, the Barrington Watchwinder team have collected some of the very best online spots to find art that will inspire you and impress your guests. And no, we’re not talking Gustav Klimpt prints.

1. Society6

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Society6 is home to works by hundreds of thousands of artists, all turned into a diverse selection of affordable prints, canvases, tapestries and more. This is affordable art and, while not all of it is incredible, there are some truly stunning prints to be found here at temptingly tiny prices, like Pisces by Jenny Liz Rome.

2. Tappan

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A collective of emerging artists, making prints of their work (from photographs to collages) available to online buyers at affordable prices. Pictured: God by Gia Coppola.

3. Saatchi Art

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Original art and prints from up-and-coming artists are available from a large but carefully curated selection of creators at a very broad range of price points. Saatchi Art does a good job of rounding up the best new pieces and providing background on each artist too.

4. Eyestorm

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Starting at £250, Artstorm publishes limited editions from both headline artists like Damien Hirst and smaller newcomers who show promise. A smaller selection in this case means higher overall quality. We love Fallout 1985 by Tim Head.

5. Lumas

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High quality limited edition photographic prints from artists on the rise. Family Portrait 2 by Jean-Marie Ghislain is on our wishlist.

Do you prefer to buy original art or are you happy with prints? What is your most treasured piece of artwork in your man cave? Where did you find it? Share you stories with other readers below.