YALE

This unique, limited art collection is a brilliant gift for special occasions such as graduations, weddings, birthdays and many more. They come in five different sizes and are made to order. To learn more about this luxury product please visit: SHOP YALE

Investing in and gifting art not only brings aesthetic and emotional gratification, but also adds financial value and a long-lasting legacy. These art pieces are not just decorations but a symbol of love, history, inspiration, and a testament to the importance of culture and creativity. They will last a lifetime.

ARTWORK DETAILS

Set behind acrylic glass, and additionally protected by a triple-layer aluminum backing plate for gallery-quality mounting. All the edges are sealed with permanently elastic silicone. Acrylic glass is light, shatterproof and resistant to temperature fluctuations.

ABOUT YALE

Yale University is a private research university founded in 1701, dedicated to expanding and sharing knowledge through outstanding research, education, and scholarship.  In its hometown of New Haven, Connecticut Yale’s reach is both local and international.

The University works to promote cultural understanding, improve the human condition, delve more deeply into the secrets of the universe, and train the next generation of world leaders. We are proud to be affiliated with a private Ivy League university. Along with its notable alumni of former presidents William Howard Taft, George H.W. Bush, and George W. Bush.

SO LONG, LONDON

“People think because I went to Yale that that implies privilege, and it is a privilege in the sense that it’s an incredible opportunity.” -Edward Norton Class of 1991

Our home tells our story, it's a part of who we are, and where we've been...

A New England Sanctuary

Stanford and Yale both in the size of 20x30 gracing the walls of this beautiful coastal Connecticut home.

SHOP YALE

As the heavy oak doors swung open, revealing the inner sanctum of the CEO's walk-in closet, a world of wealth and refined taste unfolded before the eyes. The closet was more than just a storage space; it was a gallery of extravagance and artistry.

Art can transform any space into a sanctuary, where functionality meets creativity with grace and sophistication.

Photo showcases the Yale piece in tsize of 20x30