We rounded up our favorite FineArtAmerica.com illustrations for decorating any kids room! When choosing a print there are a few things to consider. To start, find a theme and color scheme that you and your child can both love. This also may include their favorite animal, hobby, movie etc. Don’t forget decorating on a budget is always something to think about — no one wants to spend thousands of dollars on a room that will be changed within a couple of years. Find something that can be hung forever. Now, check out our favorite kids illustrations below:
Artist Kate Cosgrove
Kate Cosgrove was a 2011 Individual Artist Grant Recipient, ACGL. She has exhibited in galleries and online, with collectors across the United States, Australia, Canada, Colombia, England, France, Switzerland and Ukraine.
Artist Christy Beckwith
Christy was always a kid in elementary school that finished her test early just so she could cover it in doodles. Christy pursued a BFA at Grand Valley and graduated with a portfolio bursting at the seams with whimsical paintings. She quickly got a contract with Recycled Paper Greetings and have worked with them ever since. She has also worked with many other wonderful companies such as NPR, My Favorite Things Rubber Stamps, Iguana Magazine and Winter Promise Publishing just to name a few. She currently lives in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Her hope is that her art work will create marketable products, brighten peoples day and just plain make people smile.
Artist Taylan Soyturk
Taylan is a mixed media and graphic designer from Milano Italy.
Artist Eric Fan
Eric is a Toronto based artist with a passion for the whimsical and unexpected, a love of vintage art, clockwork contraptions, and pop culture collisions.