Airbrush art has been around since the 1890s, but it first came into its own in the 1970s: think t-shirts, motorcycles and vans. The airbrush technique can be used to create soft transitions and fine details in shimmering, vibrant colours, which are all artists need to turn what they see in their minds into compellingly realistic images.
Our selection of airbrush art includes inviting dreamscapes, playful pin ups, and nostalgic scenes from Route 66 and classic cars. The colours are vibrant: sky blue, true red, purple and umber.
Our bestsellers include Georg Huber’s roadside scenes from America’s heartlands, complete with endless blue skies and rusting metal. Speaking of metal, Huber’s airbrush art portfolio also features a giant electric guitar nestled among the cliffs of the Painted Desert. This poster is sure to please all hard rockin’ airbrush art fans. Hang it right over the bed!
The hazy airbrush landscapes of Manitu are also very popular. His works invite viewers to enter magically quiet places where they can pause and gather power. Half-natural, half-spiritual, these meditative airbrush pictures add a sense of wellbeing to bedrooms in particular.
But airbrush art belongs in any room furnished in a contemporary style that needs vibrant colour accents with eye-catching details or a soothing focal point.
Posterlounge airbrush art is available in a variety of materials and looks: