Just because you're not into apple-faced men in bowlers/minimalist blurs entitled "Untitled 4" doesn't mean you can't art up your pad. Deck your walls in a vernacular that speaks to you: Tomer Hanuka prints
An Israeli-born illustrator/cartoonist, Hanuka's inked for mags from Spin to The New Yorker, and, with twin bro Asaf, co-writes the comic Bipolar -- a condition brought on by juggling Spin and the New Yorker. Now available is a super-limited run of single-cell "narratives", many drawing on bestsellers such as The Life of Pi and The Road (a sappy, Oprah-approved novel that explores a father's bond with his son...in a cannibal-infested, post-apocalyptic future). Offerings range from the coolly atmospheric to more unflinching graphic statements like "Food Chain", in which a bloody-mouthed hyena seems to be saying "Fool! It is the scavenger who rules this diverse ecosystem!", and, equally compellingly, "Mmmm...Zebra"
$75 gets you an autographed ultrachrome printed on extra-thick fine art rag. Opt for the "Refugee", and the Jewish-festival-of-lights-named artist will donate the proceeds to the International Catholic Migration Commission benefitting Iraqi refugees -- a confounding charitable design that, if represented graphically, could only be called "Untitled 5".