The Wrong Shop is an online platform selling limited-edition prints, posters and objects by notable designers and artists from around the world. A bridge between the worlds of art and design, it was founded to allow independent and multidisciplinary makers to interrogate and expand the boundaries of their practices. The Wrong Shop was established by Sebastian Wrong in 2011, making unique, eclectic artwork and objects accessible to a contemporary audience.

Editions & Posters

The Wrong Shop started out as a collection of unique furniture designs. It then grew to include stamped and numbered limited-edition prints, art objects and, more recently, a collection of posters – a contemporary, considered take on a powerful and democratic medium. Now, the collection presents unique and affordable artworks by an expanding directory of some of the world’s most respected contemporary designers and artists. Each new addition to the collection is produced using a variety of printing techniques, materials and framing best suited to the individual work, and delivered with an exceptional attention to detail.


The Wrong Shop was established to make unique artwork which is both affordable and well presented – so the framing is a key component. Most editions, and all posters, are available framed or unframed. Each frame is handmade using our unique solid oak moulding profile, with a painted or waxed finish, while the deep 'D' profile moulding gives the work a defined graphic caricature. All poster frames have removable backboards, allowing new artwork to be fitted.

About the Founder

A designer, creative director and specialist in modern manufacturing, Sebastian Wrong came to design from a fine art background, and the intersection of these two very different worlds continues to influence his work today. His career spans furniture, lighting, accessories and gallery projects, from creating and curating to commissioning and teaching. He is also a founder of Established & Sons, a design brand which develops innovative furniture and lighting.


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Framed Editions

We design and manufacture our frames which are made from European oak. We believe relationship between the print and frame is important and thats why we prefer to design our frames to specifically fit our prints to make a complete object.