Caravan Shoppe is so many things that I love. It’s the brainchild of Fifth & Hazel‘s Melanie Burk, and Ollibird‘s Mike and Alma Loveland — all of whom are graphic designers I admire and have great respect for. On top of that awesomeness, my dear friend, the great writer Meg Conley of Meg in Progress, acts as Caravan’s chief copywriter. It’s kind of like when Target announced they were teaming with Neiman Marcus for the holidays, only better (and not just for a limited time).
Since I’m in the decorating stage of putting my office together, I’m trying to collect a bunch of artwork that I love but within the confines of a pretty small budget. Buying furniture was expensive, yo! So I’m pretty gleeful about Caravan Shoppe’s pairing of gorgeous artwork at cost-conscious prices, with pieces topping out at $8 a pop. No, your eyes aren’t playing tricks on you; that’s less than the price of a cappuccino and a croissant.
All the pieces come to you at digital files, and it’s then up to you to send the file off to your favorite printer. While this might sound like a catch, it isn’t — by cutting out the middleman, these fine folks are saving you shipping and handling costs. Plus that, you’ll have your printed file in your hands faster. I also like to think of it as an opportunity to support a local printing business.
Caravan Shoppe is generously offering you, my dear readers, a 20% discount with coupon code welovefrock. On top of that, one lucky reader will win a $30 gift card to use on any of the happy artwork in the shop. To enter, just leave a little note in the comment section with the three sentence story of your first crush. You know, because I’m nosy.
Caravan Shoppe sponsored this post, but all opinions are completely my own.