If you lean towards color blockin’, chroma poppin’ art prints like we tend to, than you’ll adore the wall art on its way to Re:Make SF. We’ve rounded up some choice geometric prints for you to peek at straight from our beloved makers. (Can’t make it to Re:Make this year? No worries, you can still scoop up all these goodies in the B+C Shop!)

1. Rise and Shine, San Francisco ($30): An elegant take on the best skyline in the world :) We love the color story, too.

2. Breezy Rider ($42): This print is a lovely balance of subdued, sophisticated and playful. And it would look just as good framed as it does bare-boned, don’t you think?

3. Teal & Red Geometric Print ($18): Great for any corner that needs a pop of color or texture (ahem, AKA every corner). We’re stoked to see this one in person at Re:Make.

4. Arrows Print ($20): This one would look fab in literally every room in your apartment. (We checked.)

5. Circles & Triangles Print ($18): Yumm, dreamy landscapes from A Handcrafted Home. We’ll take two, please.

6. Based on Wassily Kandinsky’s Squares with Concentric Circles ($30): This print brings a classic painting (and it’s killer color palette) into the 21st century. A good conversation piece, no?

7. Making Waves, Oceanside ($45): Inspired by all the colors of the sea, this print’s soothing hues make any room your happy place.

8. Shibuya Crossing ($25): Swoon. All of Diana Willard’s art is gorgeous, but we especially adore this print inspired by Tokyo traffic.

9. Big Red Balloon ($35): We think wall art should make you smile, and there’s something about a red balloon that just exudes joy. Place this print on your bedside table to help you get up on the right side of the bed :)

10. Blood Mary Cocktail Diagram ($20): Um, what could be better than a gorgeous watercolor print of the classic breakfast cocktail? One that teaches you how to make it, too. This print is going to in the Brit HQ kitchen ASAP.

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Which geometric art print is your favorite? Sound off in the comments below!