Author Archives: Alex Murray

New Editions: Floral

We kick off 2018 with a wave of new ranges, some of which will make their debut at the Spring Fair. ‘A whirlwind of florals and bright colours’ The first set of editions features a whirlwind of florals, bright colours … Continue reading

Get lost in the absurd work of Alex Gamsu Jenkins

Illustrator and cartoonist Alex Gamsu Jenkins creates a vivid world of artwork. Alex describes his work as an exploration of “satirical and critical subject matter through a distinctive and vivid style”. We think it’s certainly that! Jenkins, from the suburbs … Continue reading

Arlin Graff and his nature inspired murals

Arlin Graff is a lover of abstraction. The Brazilian artist who is based in São Paulo produces work that mimics digital art. His artistic inspiration is drawn from his childhood memories. One of his oldest recollections is spending time in … Continue reading

Jung Lee and the amazing light based installations.

Jung Lee is a Korean artist. She is best known for her photography of light based installations that are situated in empty landscapes. She has released a new series of neon installations. Each one is featured in snowy and foggy … Continue reading

Tom Bob and his whimsical street art pieces

Making his mark on New York City is street artist Tom Bob. He transforms normally unnoticed objects into artistic creations which brighten the city. Using everyday outdoor objects such as pipes and manhole covers, his pieces are creative and distinctive. … Continue reading

Spring and Summer Home Decor Trends of 2017

This year has already flown by and as always, the home decor trends are changing so fast, we can hardly keep up! So, as we approach the middle of the year, we thought we’d give you a quick update on what’s … Continue reading

Fingerpaintings by Paolo Troilo

Paolo Troilo is an artist who takes one of a child’s favourite activities and transforms it into a spectacular form of art. Fingerpainting is an activity which keeps kids amused for hours but Milan based painter Troilo has transformed the … Continue reading

The ladder that goes up in smoke…

Smoke and art make for a hypnotizing subject. Not all artwork needs to be paintings and drawings, right? In a series created by photographer Ken Hermann and art director Gem Fletcher, they capture colourful masses of smoke. Throughout each image … Continue reading