Shop Prints Featuring Women We Love

In honor of National Women’s History month, we want to showcase some of our favorite shop prints featuring women we love! There are obviously so many women that deserve recognition, both historically and contemporarily, so today’s list is just a start.

We also wanted to include ways to support Ukrainian artists through Etsy. This is a great way to help the Ukrainian people when their lives have been so uprooted as of late. Without further ado, here’s the low-down.

Shop Prints Featuring Women We Love

Here are some of our favorite shop prints featuring women we love!

Libby VanderPloeg Prints

Libby VanderPloeg’s women who work prints. These prints are some of my favorites! They cover the bases with professions, hobbies, and interests of so many diverse women. Including one of these prints in your collection is a great way to be inspired to dream big.

Noteworthy Women

Prints featuring noteworthy women. Frida Kahlo, Michelle Obama, Iris Apfel and Grace Coddington are just a few women who have left their mark on this world, and we just happen to have prints of them. Treat yourself and pick who inspires you most! Can’t decide? Maybe you should take one of each. You won’t regret it, we promise.

Beci Orpin Print

Be willing to destroy print by Beci Orpin. I chose to include this because it’s inspired by Danielle Krysa‘s book, A Big Important Art Book: Now with Women!. I would highly recommend reading it and adding this fun, bold print to your collection.

Brooke Smart Print

Making a life by Brooke Smart is another classic print that feels very appropriate during National Women’s History Month. What woman doesn’t relate?

Becca Stadtlander Print

We also love this Little Women print and chose it partly because of how influential that book has been for creative women throughout the years. And the print? It’s just lovely.

Little Women art print on a patterned wall with warm colors around.

Monica Dorazewski

Monica Dorazewski also has some whimsical prints featuring women you won’t want to miss. Longest scarf, Easter egg lady and my own Valentine’s Day are some of our favorites.

Support Ukrainian Artists Through Etsy

We are big on supporting all creatives, but right now we really want to highlight what is happening in Ukraine. I don’t pretend to be an expert on everything, but one thing I know is that Ukrainian artists could really use our help right now. It’s sometimes hard to know what to do when we feel so far away from all that’s happening. Here’s an idea to help Ukrainians, and more specifically, Ukrainian artists and creatives, during this time of stress and uncertainty.

Here’s What You Can Do

  1. Go to Etsy.com
  2. Type “digital art” into the search bar. Digital art downloads are a great way to help right now because they don’t require the art to be shipped across seas. The bonus is you get your art instantaneously!
  3. Using the filters button at the top, scroll down through the options to where it says “shop location.” Check the box that says “custom,” then type “Ukraine” into the slot.
  4. Now all the options that appear will be digital art downloads from Ukraine.

Here’s the link that will take you there.

Another way to help out Ukrainian artists is to buy this print by Amanda Jane Jones and this and this one by Nathalie Lètè from our shop! We are donating all profits to the Ukrainian war effort. Thank you to these wonderful artists for providing us with a visual of the message we all need to hear a little more of!

More Inspiration

Loved this post on shop prints featuring women we love? Check out the full collection of our shop prints, found here! Most all of our prints are made by female artists, so it’s a fitting way to support women this month.

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