If your walls could talk, they might say something like, “We feel naked.” End their distress with finds from online gallery Paperwork. The site releases new, limited-edition prints from international artists every Tuesday. The art is printed by an SF-based, family-run printing press on ecofriendly bamboo paper. Here are some of our favorite locals on the site. Alex Greenburg: The contrast and clarity in this Mission-based photog’s “Anuk” portrait (pictured here) are arresting. Christina Guerreiro: Her “Bairro Alto 01” painting is one part whimsical, one part vibrant, and completely enchanting. Sarah Beth Goncarova: “Where Ice Meets Sky II (Day),” created with paint and a knife, is totally cool. And did we mention that the prints start at just $20? Your entire apartment better get ready for a new fall wardrobe. Available online at paperwork.ugallery.com. Photo: “Anuk,” by Alex Greenburg / Courtesy of Paperwork Now that your walls are taken care of, spruce up your kitchen with fifteen essential cookbooks and gadgets for your countertop. We played fly-on-the-wall as nine of NYC’s most exciting indie designers sketched, kvetched, and dressed their way to the runway. Check out the action on our Fashion Week site and just try to resist retweeting it. Up to 60% off Lucky Lucky added loungewear to its denim repertoire with the same dedication to fit and style. In vibrant prints and flattering cuts, everything’s especially comfy at up to 60% off on Swirl.