Hormazd Narielwalla in Elephant Magazine

A magazine dedicated to new trends, fresh talent and up-to-the-minute visual culture, it was only natural Elephant magazine shone the light on new wave artist, Hormazd Narielwalla



With Christmas just a sleigh ride away, we’ve put together our favourite prints to help you decide what to give. There’s still time to place your orders for the 25th – our last order date for framed art is midday, Thursday 18th December and for unframed is midnight, Sunday 21st December. From classic Andy Warhol prints … Continue reading Last Minute Gift Ideas! →


Step back in time and discover the history of the Atelier Mourlot


The classic ‘pin-up’ image skyrocketed to popularity during World War II and once they were mass-produced, came to be considered an integral part of consumer culture. The practice has been documented back to as early as the 1890s, when artists such as Alphonse Mucha designed advertising posters that featured strong and idealised young women for drinks and cigarette brands. Pin-up … Continue reading History of the Pin-Up →

Meet the Artist

We’ve collaborated with London artist Hormazd Narielwalla on an exclusive collection

Meet the Artist

Brighton based artist Dan Baldwin has gained international critical acclaim for his provocative paintings and ceramics. His first solo show in New York closes this Sunday, 2nd November, so if you’re in the city this weekend be sure to pay it a visit at 446 West 14th Street. Baldwin’s mixed media work often fuses the beautiful … Continue reading Dan Baldwin: The End of Innocence →

Meet the Artist

Fine art photographer Deborah Schenck recently featured on More4’s Homes by the Sea, where she spoke about how living on the Devon coast is a daily inspiration for her work. Whether it’s the view she wakes up to every morning or the seashells and drift wood she collects on walks along the beach – the natural beauty of the … Continue reading Deborah Schenck: Living by the Sea →