City Art

Who hasn't dreamed about starting a new life in the city? America's cities are the center of movies, TV shows and other forms of pop culture. They're packed with restaurants, stores, malls, movie theaters, tourist destinations and more entertainment than you could see in one afternoon. If you live far from the nearest city, you've probably noticed that you find something new every time you take a trip. And if you live in the middle of one of America's biggest cities, you're right in the middle of the excitement. Celebrate your love for the city with our designer wall art.


40 products

40 products

Pop Art Is the Essence of Modern Culture

Something about pop wall art makes you think about the city. Maybe it's because the bright colors and simple shapes remind you of graffiti scrawled on the walls and the fire hydrants. Like the city itself, pop art is bold and straightforward. It doesn't pretend to be anything that it's not--it simply makes a statement and leaves you to take it or leave it. If you went art shopping in a big city, you'd probably find several stores that sell city wall art just like this. Fortunately, you can order pop art from us without having to leave your house. We offer fun pieces like Electric Banana and 10 Karat that are sure to pop on your wall.


Highlight Your Home Décor With Acrylic Art

Acrylic wall art is the perfect way to accentuate the rest of your décor. A single piece of wall art can highlight the color scheme that you chose for the room as well as any recurring patterns or motifs. You can use city artwork to celebrate your love for nightlife, fine dining and culture. Maybe you can't get out as much as you used to, but you can still hang our art on your walls and reminisce about your city years. Choose our gemstone pieces and make any wall in your space a unique gallery wall.


Become a Fine Art Appreciator

You don't have to spend thousands of dollars to bring fine art into your home. Our city artwork pieces are attractive, tasteful and high-quality but affordable enough that anyone can make fine art part of their budget.