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Flying Higher Framed & Mounted Print - 32’x24’ / Black Frame - Posters Prints & Visual Artwork - Aesthetic Art
Flying Higher Framed & Mounted Print
Sale Price— from $88USD
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Flying High 4 Framed & Mounted Print - 32’x24’ / Black Frame - Posters Prints & Visual Artwork - Aesthetic Art
Flying High 4 Framed & Mounted Print
Sale Price— from $88USD
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Flying Higher Fine Art Print - 40’x30’ - Posters Prints & Visual Artwork - Aesthetic Art
Flying Higher Fine Art Print
Sale Price— from $30USD
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Chinese Noblewoman Too Fine Art Print - Posters Prints & Visual Artwork - Aesthetic Art
Chinese Noblewoman, Too Fine Art Print
Sale Price— from $30USD
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Chinese Official Fine Art Print - Posters Prints & Visual Artwork - Aesthetic Art
Chinese Official Fine Art Print
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Japanese Butterflies In Blue Too By Kamisaka Sekka Fine Art Print - 24’x16’ - Posters Prints & Visual Artwork
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Japanese Butterflies In Blue By Kamisaka Sekka Fine Art Print - 24’x16’ - Posters Prints & Visual Artwork
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Pointy Modern Leaf Art Print - Mirrored Botanicals - 30’x40’ - Posters Prints & Visual Artwork - Aesthetic Art
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In Bloom Succulent Art - Modern Botanical Prints - 30’x30’ - Posters Prints & Visual Artwork - Aesthetic Art
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Chain Reaction Succulent Art - Modern Botanical Prints - Posters Prints & Visual Artwork - Aesthetic Art
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Aviary Blue Fine Art Print - Posters Prints & Visual Artwork - Aesthetic Art
Aviary Blue Fine Art Print
Sale Price— from $35USD
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Hideaway Fine Art Print - 32’x24’ - Posters Prints & Visual Artwork - Aesthetic Art
Hideaway Fine Art Print
Sale Price— from $30USD

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Eclectic Blue Wall Art for Maximalists and Kids at Heart

Experience the captivating world of eclectic blue wall art, where a varied range of artistic expressions come together in blue abandon — from electric blue to vivid blue, bright blue and every other kind of blue artworks. Each bringing an enchanting touch to your home decor.

Discover a wide array of wall art, including painting prints, framed canvases, and enhanced matte art prints. All showcasing the beauty of this timeless color in every hue. Whether you're looking to create a gallery wall, enhance your art collection, or simply add a touch of elegance to your space, our eclectic blue wall art is the perfect choice. Adding a pop of color and a sense of sophistication to any room. Whether you prefer a bohemian and eclectic look or a more unconventional decor style, our collection has something for every taste.

From Kitsch to Classic

Indulge in the nostalgia of vintage eclectic and retro mix aesthetics with our old-school variety and classic blend pieces. Experience the charm of vintage wall art and old-fashioned prints that exude a timeless appeal and add a touch of nostalgia to your space.

Framed Canvas

Our canvas wall art and canvas prints are perfect for those seeking a unique and artistic touch. Enhance your walls with our painted art and wall canvases that exude creativity and make a bold statement. Create your own gallery wall with our diverse mix of wall prints, art posters, decorative prints, and wall images to curate a personalized picture gallery that reflects your unique style.

The Only Kind of Blues You Want

Upgrade your space with our eclectic blue wall art collection. Transform any room into a personal sanctuary with our expressive and captivating artworks. These unique pieces will add character, style, and a touch of elegance to your home. Explore our collection and embark on a journey of artistic inspiration and creativity that will truly enhance your house adornment and home styling.

Blue aesthetic refers to the use of various shades of blue in art, design, and photography to evoke certain moods, feelings, and aesthetics. The color blue has been popular in art for centuries due to its symbolic associations with depth, stability, wisdom, faith, calm, and tranquility. Different shades of blue can evoke different moods, with light blues being peaceful and dark blues being melancholic.

Key features of the blue aesthetic include:

  • Cool, desaturated shades of blue, often light or pale blues rather than bold primary colors. Icy blues and blue-greens are also common.
  • Ethereal, hazy, or dreamy lighting. Backlighting and soft focus create a tranquil mood.
  • Minimalist style with large expanses of blue and little detail, inspired by monochrome abstract art.
  • Flowing shapes and forms, like waves, smoke, or soft clouds. Organic shapes rather than geometric lines.
  • Textured effects like brush strokes, water droplets, or grain. Interest is added through subtle texture rather than bold patterns.
  • Serene natural settings, especially water-related (oceans, pools, rain). Also skies, clouds, and fog.
  • Elegant or vintage aesthetics. Antique and ornate styles mixed with a soft blue palette.
  • Melancholy, contemplative, or introspective moods. Blue aesthetics are often thoughtful and deep rather than lively.

Symbolic Meaning of Blue in Different Cultures

  • In Western cultures, blue is associated with depth, stability, wisdom, faith, and tranquility. It represents calmness, relaxation, and spirituality.
  • In Chinese culture, blue symbolizes spring, healing, and longevity. It was used in decorating homes and ceramics.
  • In Hinduism, blue is connected to the fifth chakra which deals with communication and creativity. Dark blue evokes the energy of Lord Shiva.
  • In Judaism, blue represents divinity and the sky. It was used in decorating synagogues and religious garments.

Use of Blue Pigments Throughout History

  • Blue pigments were rare and expensive for most of history. Ultramarine made from lapis lazuli was highly prized in medieval and Renaissance art.
  • Prussian blue was the first stable and relatively affordable blue pigment, allowing more widespread use of blue in 18th and 19th century art.
  • Yves Klein proclaimed the sky as his first artwork and used monochrome blue canvases to convey pure color and the infinite.

Blue in Different Art Movements

  • Blue was associated with melancholy and despair in Picasso's 'Blue Period' works.
  • The Pre-Raphaelites used blue for its spiritual connotations, especially in depictions of the Virgin Mary.
  • Blue aesthetics continue to be popular in contemporary art, photography, and design for their soothing and contemplative mood.

Significance of Blue in Cultural Narratives

  • Blue is intrinsically tied to cultural narratives about the sky, water, air, and the metaphysical realm.
  • It evokes emotional and transcendent experiences of nature, spirituality, dreams, and the sublime.
  • Blue aesthetics reference this cultural history but also transform it into new expressions.

Coastal

  • Light blues like sky blue, aqua, and seafoam green paired with whites and neutrals. Add touches of navy for contrast.
  • Natural textures like wood, rattan, linen, and driftwood.
  • Coastal artwork like seashells, sand dollars, anchors, and prints of waves or sea creatures.
  • Distressed or weathered wood finishes give a beachy feel.

Eclectic

  • Deep blues like navy, cobalt, and indigo mixed with jewel tones like emerald, ruby, and gold.
  • Mix ornate pieces with modern and vintage, create visual interest through contrast.
  • Metallics like brass, copper, and chrome make bold accents against blue.
  • Global patterns and motifs from places like Morocco or India.

Nautical

  • Navy blue as the primary color with red and white accents.
  • Rope, anchors, maps, compasses, and ships wheels for decor.
  • Wood plank floors or ceilings mimic a ship's deck.
  • Stripes and sailcloth add to the maritime feel.

Modern

  • Cool tones like slate blue, denim blue, or blue-gray paired with grays and whites.
  • Sleek and minimalist furniture in blues, chrome, or wood.
  • Large format artwork and geometric patterns.
  • Glossy surfaces like lacquer, glass, and high-sheen paint.

Scandinavian

  • Light blues like powder blue, sky blue, and duck egg blue.
  • Whites and light wood tones keep the palette airy.
  • Natural textures like wool, linen, rattan, and wood.
  • Minimal shapes, negative space, and clean lines.

Blue is a versatile color that can complement both warm and cool tones. Here are some suggestions for furniture and decor that work well with different shades of blue:

  • Light blues like powder blue, sky blue, and robin's egg blue pair nicely with natural wood tones, rattan, and wicker. White decor also complements light blues. Add touches of wood, metal, or neutral textures as accents.
  • Navy blue and other darker blues complement warm metals like brass, copper, and gold. Rich wood stains like mahogany and walnut also pair well, as do cream, beige, and camel-colored upholstery.
  • For a nautical look, deep blues work well with white and red accents. Rope, anchors, maps, and driftwood make fitting decorative accessories. Wood plank floors evoke a ship's deck.
  • With bright primary blues like cobalt or royal blue, go for sleek modern pieces in chrome, glass, and high-gloss lacquer. Gray, black, and white make sophisticated accompaniments.
  • For an eclectic look, combine blue hues like indigo, teal, and turquoise with ornate or global-inspired decor. Mix metals, patterns, and exotic woods for visual interest.
  • Pastel blues and blue-greens complement natural materials like linen, jute, and light wood tones. Add neutral textures and white for a relaxed feel.

Blue is widely considered to be a calming, tranquil color that can evoke feelings of relaxation, peace, and serenity. This is likely due to its frequent association with nature, specifically the sky and ocean. Lighter shades of blue tend to be the most soothing, while darker blues can feel more melancholy.

Research on color psychology confirms blue's calming effects. Studies show that exposure to the color blue can lower heart rate and blood pressure. It's even been used in settings like airports and hospitals to help induce calmness. Blue is thought to have an almost sedative effect on the nervous system.

In art specifically, blue is often used symbolically to represent wisdom, depth, stability, faith, and tranquility. Different shades convey different moods - light blues create peaceful feelings, while dark blues can feel depressing or sad.

Famous examples include Picasso's 'Blue Period' works, which channeled his grief after a friend's death through the melancholy color. Yves Klein's monochrome blue canvases tried to convey the infinite, immaterial, and meditative. The calming blue aesthetic continues to be popular in contemporary art and design.

Exposure to blue tones and artworks can induce feelings of relaxation, introspection, and tranquility. But context also matters - dark blues may deepen contemplative or melancholy moods. Blue's cultural associations with depth and wisdom can also give a sense of profundity. Ultimately, blue's impact depends on the shade and how the color is used by the artist.

  • The Starry Night (1889) by Vincent van Gogh - This iconic painting depicts a night sky swirling with blue, white, and yellow stars.
  • Blue Horses (1911) by Franz Marc - A key work of German Expressionism featuring vivid blue horses in a landscape.
  • The Old Guitarist (1903) by Pablo Picasso - A melancholy "Blue Period" painting of a downcast old man with a blue-tinged palette.
  • No. 5, 1948 (1948) by Jackson Pollock - A landmark drip painting with splashes and swirls of blue, white, and gray.
  • The Great Wave off Kanagawa (1830s) by Hokusai - This famous woodblock print depicts a giant wave rising against a deep blue sea.
  • The Gulf Stream (1899) by Winslow Homer - A dramatic seascape showing a sailor's boat fighting stormy blue waves.
  • Blue Nude (1952) by Henri Matisse - A fluid blue female nude figure painted late in Matisse's career.
  • Untitled Blue Monochrome (1955) by Yves Klein - A vivid pure blue canvas symbolizing infinity.

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Middle East & Asia

Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Israel, Japan, Lebanon, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, Türkiye, United Arab Emirates, Vietnam

Africa

South Africa

Oceania

Australia, New Zealand

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North America: Canada, Mexico and the Continental United States

South America: Argentina, Brazil

Europe: Albania, Andorra, Austria, Belgium, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Faroe Islands, Finland, France, Germany, Gibraltar, Greece, Greenland, Guernsey, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Isle of Man, Italy, Jersey, Kosovo, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Montenegro, Netherlands, North Macedonia, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, San Marino, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Vatican City

Middle East & Asia: Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Israel, Japan, Lebanon, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, Türkiye, United Arab Emirates, Vietnam

Africa: South Africa

Oceania: Australia, New Zealand

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USA: 2-5 days — Canada: 3-8 days — UK: 2-5 days — Europe: 3-6 days — Australia: 2-5 days — New Zealand: 3-8 days — Rest of the world: 2-4 weeks

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3. No returns, refunds or exchanges on discounted or sale items

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