Giveaway from Arte Limited – Last day!

, , , By Catherine Lazure-Guinard
Tomorrow Friday is your last chance to take part in the great Arte Limited giveaway!
It’s easy to participate:
  1. Like Arte Limited’s Facebook page
  2. Choose your favorite art print from artelimited.com (that’s the difficult part – They are all so beautiful and interesting!)
  3. Tell us which one you want and why the comment section below this post.
Arte Limited will ship your art print anywhere in the world. The giveaway will close on Friday 17th of May, and the winner will be contacted directly.
The art prints are numbered, and are either signed on the print or comes with a signed certificate of authenticity. All artworks are printed by the giclée method on matt white Hahnemühle 308 gsm fine art paper. Arte Limited works in close collaboration with the artists to create the highest quality of exclusive art editions.
Good luck to all!
Update 2017: The company ceased its activities and their products are no longer available. 

16 Comments

  1. 17 May 2013 / 2:22 am

    Oh what a great website!
    After going through all the georgeous prints, I choose the artist I’ve been absolutely facinated at first glance, Martin Nicolausson: http://www.artelimited.com/artists/martin-nicolausson/monika-giclee-art-print-by-martin-nicolausson.html. There’s a dichotomy in this work: strong/edged and tender at the same time.
    As I’ve been searching for a suitable art work for my black&white and nordic styled living room for more than 2 years now (! too long, i know), this would add some edge to it.
    Please Dame Fortuna, let me win!

  2. Ivana
    17 May 2013 / 2:47 am

    this is the one: ‘Merde’ by Sac Magique!!!!!
    I don’t know why, it’s a love at first site!
    love it,love it,love it

  3. Alison Ballantyne
    17 May 2013 / 3:22 am

    It was very difficult to choose just one print but undoubtably my favourite has to be ‘Made in Japan’. Giclée Art Print by Antonello Silverini.
    It gives a sense of tranquility looking at it; the young geisha appears happy to perform and dance. The bilious colours suggest a dream like and mesmerising performance…Eventually, my mind wanders to what the young lady is holding…I like the idea that they are so many answers to this question making me want to look at the painting and ponder this that little bit longer! Alison, Scotland

  4. Josefien
    17 May 2013 / 5:42 am

    Fine flowers,
    shady colors,
    a perfect match to my show piece ‘woman with flower head’ in my brand new but old palace on the 4th floor,
    feigned death and trickery,
    Little Red Riding Hood III by Daniel Egnéus, come to me!

  5. Linda Delis
    17 May 2013 / 10:11 am

    http://www.artelimited.com/artists/pietari-posti/winter-no-i-giclee-art-print-by-pietari-posti.html

    It is really difficult to choose they are all very nice and I would love to see them in print. The one I choose: http://www.artelimited.com/artists/pietari-posti/winter-no-i-giclee-art-print-by-pietari-posti.html A couple of months ago I moved to a place in Amsterdam opposit of the parc and I just love the long shadows in wintertime and to watch the bunnies jump around. This print tickles my brain and I wonder what is in the woods.

  6. Lien
    17 May 2013 / 11:49 am

    So difficult! But I felt in love with ‘Dreamy Tea’, Giclée Art Print by Anneli Olander.

  7. Lena
    17 May 2013 / 2:06 pm

    Hard decision, but finally I decided for “New Future” by Mattias Adolfsson. I really like pictures where you discover something new every time you look at it!

  8. 19 May 2013 / 4:24 am

    Great discovery thanks for sharing
    I like the neon photograph from david ludmark !
    Grey + neon yellow

    Thanks

  9. 13 Jun 2013 / 11:00 am

    Oh man, took me a while. If I have to choose I would love to have – ‘House’ by Jonas Bergstrand since it reminds me of NYC where I’m from. Really hope to get it, Thank you!

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