This Affordable Wall Art Website Has a Treasure Trove of Slim Aarons Prints

Pixels is your one-stop shop for colorful, inexpensive art prints that will level up your decorating game.

Here are a few of our favorite pieces that will turn your home into a chic art gallery.

Lounging In Verbier by Slim Aarons Art Print

Holidaymakers in sun loungers on the slopes at Verbier, Switzerland, February 1964. (Photo by Slim Aarons/Hulton Archive/Getty Images) Image Courtesy of Pixels

Poolside Glamour by Slim Aarons Art Print

A desert house designed by Richard Neutra for Edgar J. Kaufmann, Palm Springs, California, January 1970. Lita Baron approaches, while in the foreground Nelda Linsk (right) wife of art dealer Joseph Linsk, is talking to her friend, Helen Dzo Dzo. (Photo by Slim Aarons/Getty Images) Photo Courtesy of Pixels.com

Finding A Spot by Slim Aarons Art Print

A sunbather at the seaside-style pool of Jacques Couelle’s home ‘Monte Mano’, on the Costa Smeralda, Sardinia, August 1973. (Photo by Slim Aarons/Hulton Archive/Getty Images) Photo Courtesy of PIxels

Penthouse Pool by Slim Aarons Art Print

Premium Rates Apply. Young women by the Canellopoulos penthouse pool, Athens, July 1961. (Photo by Slim Aarons/Hulton Archive/Getty Images) Photo Courtesy of Pixels

Los Angeles Fly TWA 1950 by Daniel Hagerman Art Print

From 1950, back when TWA could take you to sunny Los Angeles. Photo Courtesy of Pixels.com

Orange Lamp by NaxArt Studio Art Print

Orange Lamp is a photograph by Naxart Studio Photo Courtesy of Pixels

Eames Fiberglass Chair Orange by Naxart Studio Art Print

A collection of the timeless design icons. Eames chairs, classic camera, VW Bus, music instruments and many others Please visit us www.naxatrt.com to see our large selection of art, design and photography. Photo Courtesy of Pixels

Eames Rocking Chair NaxArt Art Print

A collection of the timeless design icons. Eames chairs, classic camera, VW Bus, music instruments and many others Please visit us www.naxatrt.com to see our large selection of art, design and photography. Photo Courtesy of Pixels

Modern Chair NaxArt Studio Wall Art

A collection of the timeless design icons. Eames chairs, classic camera, VW Bus, music instruments and many others Please visit us www.naxatrt.com to see our large selection of art, design and photography. Photo Courtesy of Pixels

Little Radio NaxArt Studio Wall Art

A collection of the timeless design icons. Eames chairs, classic camera, VW Bus, music instruments and many others Please visit us www.naxatrt.com to see our large selection of art, design and photography. Photo Courtesy of Pixels

Eames Blue Chair by NaxArt Studio Art Print

A collection of the timeless design icons. Eames chairs, classic camera, VW Bus, music instruments and many others Please visit us www.naxatrt.com to see our large selection of art, design and photography. Photo Courtesy of Pixels

Sinatra Pool BW Palm Springs by William Dey Wall Art

The iconic mid century home of Frank Sinatra located in Palm Springs CA Photo Courtesy of Pixels

Passengers Board Panam Clipper Wall Art

C. 1954. Passengers boarding a Pan American World Airways Super Clipper DC-6B. Photo Courtesy of Pixels

At The Vets by Normal Rockwell Wall Art

Boy w/mutt in Vet’s waiting room with toney clients. Image © The Saturday Evening Post Photo Courtesy of Pixels

Helical Stairs by Peter Cassidy Wall Art

Graphic depicting a helical staircase. Photo Courtesy of Pixels

Vinyls Background by Tilen Hrovatic Art Print

Gramophone records background photo Photo Courtesy of Pixels

Desert House Party by Slim Aarons Art Print

Desert House Party art print by Slim Aarons. Our prints are produced on acid-free papers using archival inks to guarantee that they last a lifetime without fading or loss of color. All art prints include a 1″ white border around the image to allow for future framing and matting, if desired. Photo Courtesy of Pixels

New Yorker March 29, 1976 Wall Art Saul Steinberg

A birds eye view from 9th Avenue, showing an abbreviated landscape for the rest of the country and everything beyond Manhattan and the Hudson River. Photo Courtesy of Pixels

The Waterlily Pond With The Japanese Bridge by Claude Monet Wall Art

The Waterlily Pond with the Japanese Bridge, 1899 by Monet, Claude (1840-1926) Photo Courtesy of Pixels

Pittsburgh Poster Vintage Travel Bridges by Jim Zahniser Wall Art

Celebrate your love of the City of Bridges with this vintage style travel poster by Jim Zahniser! Pittsburgh’s unique skyline rises into the clouds as you cross one of the city’s many beautiful bridges. A great gift for a hometown resident or a friend that’s moved away! Photo Courtesy of Pixels

Palm Springs Poster Retro Travel by Jim Zahniser Wall Art

Take a permanent vacation to fabulous Palm Springs with this Pop Art print by Red Robot! A great gift for a hometown resident or a friend that’s moved away. Photo Courtesy of Pixels

Detail Of A House by Robert Damora Art Print

Detail of a house by Robert Damora in New Seabury, Massachusetts. The house won the Architectural Record House of the Year for 1962.Photograph by Phillip Harrington. Photo Courtesy of Pixels

Detail Of Case Study House Number 18 With Florette Fields Wall Art

Architect Craig Ellwood designed Case Study House Number 18 for Florette Fields. The house, also known as the Fields House, is located in Beverly Hills. The mural was created by Florette Fields, and she is enjoying breakfast in this 1961 photograph. Photograph by Phillip Harrington, copyright. Photo Courtesy of Pixels

Juxtaposing Thoughts by Richard Rizzo Art Print

Juxtaposing Thoughts is one example of a representation on how my mind interprets what my eyes see. Photo Courtesy of Pixels

Fallingwater Blueprint by Larry Hunter Art Print

A blueprint sketch of Frank Lloyd Wright’s iconic mid-century masterpiece. Photo Courtesy of Pixels

Buckminster Fuller the Philip Harrington Collection Wall Art

Architect, engineer, and inventor R. Buckminster Fuller, 1964. He is shown here in the yard outside his home dome at Carbondale, Illinois. The dome is reflected in his sunglasses. Photograph by Phillip Harrington, copyright. Photo Courtesy of Pixels

Trans-world Airlines 1950s by Granger Art Print

TRANS-WORLD AIRLINES 1950s. A 1950s Trans-World Airlines poster showing a TWA Lockheed Constellation over Manhattan. Photo Courtesy of Pixels

Jazz Trumpeter Louis Armstrong Playing by Bettmann Art Print

American jazz trumpeter Louis Armstrong plays the trumpet while his wife sits listening, with the Sphinx and one of the pyramids behind her, during a visit to the pyramids at Giza. Photo Courtesy of Pixels

Andy Warhol and Cows by Fred W McDarrah Art Print

American pop artist Andy Warhol (1928 – 1987) poses before his ‘Cows’ wallpaper at the Leo Castelli Gallery, New York, New York, April 1, 1966. The cow heads were colored bright pink. (Photo by Fred W. McDarrah/Getty Images) Photo Courtesy of Pixels

Nina Simone by Jack Robinson Art Print

30th October 1969: Full-length studio portrait of American vocalist Nina Simone (1933 – 2003) kneeling with her hands folded. (Photo by Jack Robinson/Hulton Archive/Getty Images) Photo Courtesy of Pixels

Diana Ross Portrait Session by Harry Langdon Art Print

LOS ANGELES – JULY 16: Singer Diana Ross poses for a portrait session on July 16, 1975 in Los Angeles. California (Photo by Harry Langdon/Getty Images) Photo Courtesy of Pixels

Nighthawks by Edward Hopper Wall Art

Edward Hopper was a prominent American realist painter and printmaker. While he was most popularly known for his oil paintings, he was equally proficient as a watercolorist and printmaker in etching. Both in his urban and rural scenes, his spare and finely calculated renderings reflected his personal vision of modern American life. Hopper’s most systematic declaration of his philosophy as an artist was given in a handwritten note, entitled “Statement”, submitted in 1953 to the journal, Reality:Great art is the outward expression of an inner life in the artist, and this inner life will result in his personal vision of the world. No amount of skillful invention can replace the essential element of imagination. One of the weaknesses of much abstract painting is the attempt to substitute the inventions of the human intellect for a private imaginative conception. The inner life of a human being is a vast and varied realm and does not concern itself alone with stimulating arrangements of color, form and design. The term life used in art is something not to be held in contempt, for it implies all of existence and the province of art is to react to it and not to shun it. Painting will have to deal more fully and less obliquely with life and nature’s phenomena before it can again become great. Though Hopper claimed that he didn’t consciously embed psychological meaning in his paintings, he was deeply interested in Freud and the power of the subconscious mind. He wrote in 1939, “So much of every art is an expression of the subconscious that it seems to me most of all the important qualities are put there unconsciously, and little of importance by the conscious intellect.” Photo Courtesy of Pixels

Hollywoodland Wall Art by Underwood Archives

Hollywood, Los Angeles: c. 1924 A sign advertises the opening of the Hollywoodland housing development in the hills on Mulholland Drive overlooking Los Angeles. The white building below the sign is the Kanst Art Gallery, which opened on April 1, 1924 Photo Courtesy of Pixels

The Yellow Books by Vincent Van Gogh Art Print

The Yellow Books, 1887 (oil on canvas) by Gogh, Vincent van (1853-90) Photo Courtesy of Pixels

The Dancing by Edgar Degas Wall Art

The Dancing Class, c.1873-76 (oil on canvas) by Degas, Edgar (1834-1917); 85×75 cm; Musee d’Orsay, Paris, France; French Photo Courtesy of Pixels

Fallingwater House Wall Art by Juan Bosco

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Villa Savoye Le Corbusier by Juan Bosco Wall Art

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A Glamorous 1960s Couple Dining by Horn & Griner Art Print

Publication: GQ Image Type: Photograph Date: November 1st, 1966 Description: A glamorous 1960s couple dining at The Ground Floor inside the CBS skyscraper. Photo Courtesy of Pixels

Equalizer by Fahad Abdualhameid Art Print

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