Art for Grammar Geeks

Grammar-lovers rejoice: you finally have a chance to decorate your residences in a manner representative of your interests. (Was that sentence gramatically correct? It wasn’t, was it? OH GOD, THE PRESSURE.)

I’m not an art aficionado by any means, but when something speaks to me, it speaks to me. These grammar & punctuation-based prints speak to me in a way that I didn’t know art could. Not only would they make great gifts for people who love grammar as much as you do, but some of them could also serve as gentle reminders to your friends who can’t stop using “your” or “it’s” incorrectly. (Just kidding. No one likes a grammar-correcting kind of friend.)

Below are some of my favorites, but be sure to check out all of them here on the site.


For those who like to shout on social media:

"ALL CAPS" by Ryan Frease

“ALL CAPS” by Ryan Frease


For those who are fans of both grammar ephemera AND “The Simpsons”:

“So, you’re saying you don’t work on a contingency basis?" by Matt Hunsberger

“So, you’re saying you don’t work on a contingency basis?” by Matt Hunsberger


For those in the know:

"Oxford Comma" by Emily Chionchio

“Oxford Comma” by Emily Chionchio


For those who like to hurt people with words:

"Your Wrong" by Carolyn Sewell

“Your Wrong” by Carolyn Sewell


For those who have just given up:

"Its All" by Mark Kaufman

“Its All” by Mark Kaufman


For those who truly know how to party:

"Grammar Party" by Vaughn Fender

“Grammar Party” by Vaughn Fender


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