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Home is where your art is: Learn about our artists and social projects, interior trends and much more

A while ago, we funded our project with the Barefoot College in Rajasthan. So we thought we’d give you a little update on what happened with the money we donated to India: The futures of children, who work at a young age, is mapped out from the beginning: working as a child, accepting smaller jobs […]

Posters are for teenagers only? Our framed art prints prove the opposite: they are uncomplicated and classy, modern and elegant at the same time. Combined with our top-notch, handmade wooden frames and mounts, they make every wall look as good as new. Whether you g for a black or a white frame, with or without passepartout, […]

Aaaaaaand another project completely financed: with your help, we raised €1,000.00 for a new girls’ school in Bojasar, Afghanistan. We were thus able to fund school education for 50 female 1st graders for an entire year! Our partner in Afghanistan, the Afghan Women’s Association, systematically supports Afghan women and children in the following areas: school education, vocational training / trades, construction of […]

Our designer and our picture editors had a little creative session together last week, and this is what came out of it: some really gorgeous-looking ideas for how you can integrate our pieces of art into your own home. Voilà. Art prints for the kitchen – ‘Cocina‘ by Martin Azambuja on Alu Dibond Fine Art – from €30 Framed […]

It’s a bit of a romance, really. We go way back – Schülerpaten Berlin e.V. and Photocircle partnered up right in the beginning, when Photocircle was still an ambitious little toddler, ready to change the way we buy and sell photography. Ever since, we’ve funded 3 projects with our partner organization and are excited to kick […]

No pun intended. Ok, that’s a lie, of course it was. But just look at these beautiful pictures and try not to wish you were the inhabitant of those brilliant homes!

Today’s story behind the picture belongs to a photo taken by our photographer Tal Paz Fridman in Israel: The Jewish holiday of Lag baOmer has many customs. The most well-known, however, is the lighting of bonfires throughout Israel, especially by children and families. Lag BaOmer (Hebrew: ל״ג בעומר‎) is celebrated on the 33rd day of the so-called Counting […]

Jac Kritzinger was born in 1976 in Cape Town, South Africa. He believes that his wanderlust, sense of humour, workaholism and the ability to convey the essence of his subject define his success as a photographer. Kritzinger is part of the African Photography Network, consisting of photographers from all over Africa.

Since early October 2019 we've already been able to plant 142.253 trees thanks to the pictures sold on Photocircle. They will absorb approximately 11.380.240 kg CO₂ within the next five years.