Visual Philosophy is an online print and poster shop set up by two parents to help pay for the costs of sending their son to university. They have an eclectic range of colourful prints. Inspiration comes from many sources: 1950s modernists to Danish and Scandinavian design and everything in between.
With such a big selection of prints making a decision was difficult, but I choose Visual Philosophy’s Crop Circles print. With its subdued blue and green colour scheme, it matched our study’s colour scheme really well. I also liked the intricate shapes and patterns of the individual crop circles.
My Visual Philosophy Crop Circles print arrived carefully rolled and wrapped in tissue inside its sturdy mailing tube. It’s printed on heavyweight 190gsm matte cartridge paper and you can feel the quality of the paper when you touch it. I liked the fact that the colours seemed to come true from the picture on the site.
If you’d like to have the chance to win a Visual Philosophy print, you can visit 92three30 (A Little Luxury For Me’s sister site). 92three30 is offering the chance to win a print from a selection of four prints suitable for use in a child’s bedroom or nursery. The competition closes on 5 October 2013.