We can all count on IKEA to bring us highly functional furniture and affordable small-space storage solutions. Not to mention, all the budget-friendly decor trends like the latest Pantone colors or聽rattan furniture that are so hot right now. Well, now you can add *hand-drawn* artwork to your list next time you shop. IKEA鈥檚 ART EVENT 2017 collection hits stores and online in April, and there are lots of goodies for pop art lovers to bring home.

The limited-edition collection features a curation of hand-drawn motifs from both established and up-and-coming artists. Creative Leader Henrik Most explains the mission behind the IKEA ART EVENT collections: 鈥淲e have a very strong and simple vision about art at IKEA, and it鈥檚 that art should be affordable 鈥 it should be accessible for many people 鈥 and also that art belongs in the home, not just in galleries or museums.鈥

The artwork here is all highly individual. 鈥淗and drawing is a fascinating art form,鈥 Most explains. 鈥淚t reminds us of what it is to be human in a world driven by speedy technology and digital development.鈥 Some works like Shelfie by French artist Jean Jullien 鈥 a name you may recognize from his 鈥淧eace for Paris鈥 symbol that went viral 鈥 aim to make you smile.

Others, like French artist Amandine Urruty鈥檚 Rainbows, make a more surreal social and cultural statement. The artist describes her work as 鈥渁 kind of ragout, mixing antique toys and medieval bestiaries鈥 slimy monsters and lots of love.鈥

If you鈥檝e been yearning for a gallery wall refresh, now might be the time to add to your collection. All posters are 24脳35戮 inches and retail for $10, including mounting tape.

The ART EVENT 2017 collection is available for a limited time. To check out the full line, head over to IKEA鈥檚 website, or make a whole day of it and visit the giant blue and yellow warehouse nearest you.

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