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"Offering large numbers of buyers the opportunity to become “collectors” by purchasing “original” limited editions, online companies such as ArtWeLove advertise the prestige of art collecting without the trials of navigating an intimidating gallery system."

Faye Hirsch, The Everyone Artwork in Art in America Magazine | May 2011 issue






ArtWeLove is an Official Honoree in the Art category of the Webby Awards (2011). This honor signifies an outstanding caliber of work in the realm of the Internet and web interaction.






"[ArtWeLove] produces limited print editions by artists whose works can be found in top galleries and museums."

Sarah Coffey at Apartment Therapy | March 28, 2011




"A home decorated with fine art offers aesthetic appeal that many people think is out of reach. True, lots of fine art, especially art by renowned artists, can be pricey, but it’s not out of reach. Not if you visit ArtWeLove."

Carolyn Akel at Spy on Trends | March 28, 2011




"Wish you could add some contemporary art to your apt? ArtWeLove works with leading artists to create uber- affordable limited edition collections."

Kristen Dolle, Editor of SheSays | March 21, 2011




"For as little as $15 a pop, you can get exclusive limited-edition prints by 28 or more world-class artists, including some featured at NYC's Museum of Modern Art."

InStyle magazine | March issue 2011




"Gifting someone with art is not only original, but using ArtWeLove can get you a permanent piece of eye candy for the cost of an arrangement that will only last week."

Netted by the WEBBYS | February 3, 2011


"The world of art collecting often seems limited to Russian oil barons, Greek shipping heirs, and strange men in black turtlenecks who go only by a middle name. Thankfully, we discovered ArtWeLove and we can finally feel confident about fine art collecting, without spending the fortune we don't have."

Netted by the WEBBYS | January 27, 2011







"ArtWeLove allows you to become a collector regardless of how much money you have to spend. It's a perfect source to personalize your space and a great source to give something to someone that is really meaningful."

Nate Berkus on The Nate Berkus Show | January 20, 2011




"This is an amazing site. Really gorgeous works of art starting at $15. What can you get in the $15- $50 range? Well, I have to say a whole lot of fabulous."

Kiersten Carlson of GreenSpotBlue.com | January 20, 2011




"Walls, we’ve all got them. Now, it’s the New Year and there’s no better time to start decorating – or re-decorating – those blank barriers. [...] You can rest assured each ArtWeLove edition will enrich your walls, spar rousing conversations, and elicit pride within your collection – maybe, even, some envy among friends."

Amir of Beautiful/Decay | January 18, 2011




"Add a section for ArtWeLove for a nice dash of culture on your Flipboard."

Jon of Inside.Flipboard.com, the offical blog of Flipboard | January 14, 2011




"If you’ve ever wished you could buy affordable prints by artists who show at places like MoMA then do yourself a favor and check out ArtWeLove. The NYC-based company sells limited-edition, museum-quality prints of work by high-profile contemporary artists. Better yet their art newbie-friendly website provides pertinent info on each artist and artwork, allows you to see the scale of each print, and even gives framing recommendations!"

Kate Singleton of ArtHound.net | January 10, 2011




"ArtWeLove is an approachable way to jump into art collecting with pieces by artists that are not only affordable but special as well. From painters, photographers and draftsman, both established and emerging, ArtWeLove has a wide selection of work that’s carefully curated. Prices range from $15 to $2,000, and many editions benefit specific causes: check out Mark Dion’s print for 350.org’s global Earth project."

Kyle Chayka of HYPERALLERGIC | December 22, 2010




"Best shopping sites for the hard-to-buy-for."

Faith Merino of Vator News | December 22, 2010




“ArtWeLove is an approachable way to jump into art collecting with pieces by artists that are not only affordable but special as well. From painters, photographers and draftsman both established and emerging, ArtWeLove has a wide selection of work that’s carefully curated."

Lindsay Pollock on her blog, Art Market Views, and Editor-in-Chief of Art in America | December 22, 2010




Laurence Lafforgue, Founder of ArtWeLove, featured on We Are NY Tech | December 13, 2010




"This print? For $25? Yes, indeed. ArtWeLove.com offers exclusive, limited edition prints by some of the best artists around. Do I like? I love."

Erin Loechner of Design For Mankind and contributor for HGTV.com and ReadyMade magazine about Third Box by Pierre Obando | December 12, 2010




"ArtWeLove is debuting a new edition by Los Angeles artist Francesca Gabbiani at prices that can’t be denied: $50 for 14 x 11 in., $200 for 20 x 16 in. The print isn’t signed but comes with a signed certificate of authenticity -- and check out the YouTube studio visit with the artist. Scroll through the site to browse the dozens of other low-cost editions."

Walter Robinson of ARTNET | December 10, 2010




"ArtWeLove brings customers limited-run prints without too much sticker shock attached. This Abraham Lincoln portrait, from New-York based artist Quentin Curry, is as interesting up close as it is from far away--much like the statesman himself. $675 for a 25"x25" print."

New York Observer Holiday Gift Guide 2010 | December 8, 2010




“Anyone who grew up in the 80′s will recognize this image as an important part of the era. There is something exciting about capturing that 8-bit graphic in an artwork that makes me happy.”

Hrag Vartanian of HYPERALLERGIC about Game Over by Shelter Serra | December 8, 2010




"I like the dynamism, wit and pathos of this lone pink figure seated on a three-legged stool, amid a blizzard of jagged lines.”

Lindsay Pollock of Art Market Views about Ballads 2 by Juan Gomez | December 8, 2010




"[ArtWeLove] features prints and photography from a stable of international artists — including that juicy hot dog by Tomoo Gokita. So, if you’re looking to do a little holiday shopping for that special someone and are plum out of ideas (and money), consider this your early Christmas or Hanukkah or Kwanzaa or whatever excuse you use to buy stuff at this time of year…"

Carolina Miranda of C-Monster.net | November 28, 2010




"The art-loving team consistently asks contemporary artists to create exclusive pieces so that art appreciators have access to museum quality works without having to deplete their savings."

Rebekah Meiser for CITYist | October 29, 2010




"ArtWeLove, iheart, and the Roger Smith created an experience nearly absent from today's social lexicon, reviving the art of thinking for its own sake."

Tom Johansmeyer for Gadling.com about Lobby Series #18: iheart variation 003 and Seth Indigo Carnes's iheart variation 003 series | October 25, 2010




"Seeing other people put the prints into different relationships with each other was fun and intriguing [...] How fitting that these prints are available on ArtWeLove, so anyone can take these symbols home and, by putting them together in different ways, contribute to their meaning."

Linnea West for Art Ravels about Lobby Series #18: iheart variation 003 and Seth Indigo Carnes's iheart variation 003 series | October 25, 2010




"Seth Indigo Carnes’s latest project, Lobby Series #18: iheart variation 003, showcases a deep focus on the nuance of symbols and context. The most enticing aspect of the series, presented in collaboration with ArtWeLove, is tracing the evolution of the symbols."

Pauline Tran for CityArts | October 14, 2010









Luxist calls ArtWeLove "a great first step for art collectors" and goes on writing that "ArtWeLove's exclusive editions deliver a user-friendly route into a daunting market (...) not just because of the high quality of the work but also because of the breadth of styles available."

Tom Johansmeyer for Luxist | October 5, 2010




"ARTINFO has also compiled a helpful preview of a few stand-out wares at the Affordable Art Fair."

Natalie Shutler of ARTINFO about ArtWeLove's Untitled by Alexander Ross and Times Square Pour by Molly Dilworth | September 30, 2010




"Set your dials to stunning."

Daily Candy about iheart variation 003 by Seth Indigo Carnes | August 5, 2010




"The prints are done on paper made from tree-free cotton linters salvaged from the textile industry, and (this caught our attention) are incredibly affordable for such lovely, custom eco artwork! What a great way to have an original Dilworth in your home – and actually be able to physically fit it inside your home, unlike her rooftop art."

Moe Beitiks for inhabitat about Daily Practice series by Molly Dilworth | July 17, 2010




"The most common phrase in videogames is now suitable for framing."

Gus Mastrapa for Game|Life on WIRED.com about Game Over by Shelter Serra | July 14, 2010




"ArtWeLove is a well organized art educational platform introducing artists and working with them to produce museum-quality limited editions.”

NYArtBeat | April 2010




“If you love art and want to collect some of that good stuff, we want to share ArtWeLove -- an awesome site that combines world-class art at prices you can actually consider buying.”

Ovation TV | May 20, 2010




"Whether you buy art as an investor, an art lover or both, check ArtWeLove out. ArtWeLove works with the rising stars of the art world to make their works available to fans through affordable, limited edition prints that can be purchased over the Internet."

Ray Dowd, blogger and lawyer, Copyright Litigation Blog | March 7, 2010




"ArtWeLove is great site for any level of art fanatic and is a great way to discover new artists based on your current tastes."

inarticulate blog | February 24, 2010




“ArtWeLove is an expertly browse-able space, meaning you can search by artist, type, movement, style, keyword...you name, you'll find it.”

The PIT blog, from MIXED GREENS Gallery, New York | October 29, 2009