Design Raid Art Free artwork from Edb & Paprika at their Montreal showroom

Free artwork from Edb & Paprika at their Montreal showroom

Edb is offering in collaboration with graphic design firm Paprika a series of free posters. 250 free posters to give for those who visit their showroom.

Free artwork from Edb & Paprika at their Montreal showroom
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The idea: to give everyone access to original artwork for their walls. edb goal is to make well designed furniture accessible. Once a living space is well furnished, the next challenge is to give it character, and usually, it’s through creative artwork, inspiring memorabilia, or interesting sculptural elements. Which brings us to the big question: where do we find that?

Free artwork from Edb & Paprika at their Montreal showroom
© My Ta Trung

As designers, they knew it is hard to find unique and creative artworks. That is why they teamed up with Paprika to create 30 exclusives posters available for free downloads.
The address for the download site is published on element de base facebook page. Facebook/elementdebase

Depending on the dimensions needed, the file can be printed up to a 24’’x36’’ poster size. The posters can be easily printed at home, the office or a copy center on a simple black and white or color printer for a few dollars.

Free artwork from Edb & Paprika at their Montreal showroom
© My Ta Trung

The concept behind the posters : happy, funny and quirky. 6 graphics each offered in 5 color palettes. Total, 30 lovely posters to make your space unique!

For those who do not want to go through the hassle of printing, edb produced one of the poster in a limited series of 250 that they are giving out for free to all those who come visit their showroom in Montreal. Until quantities last. First come, first serve.

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