The spooky season is upon us once again, so we've gathered together 4 spooky masterpieces and tell their stories for the curious, daring (and the crazy) to enjoy!
More than just mere tools, brushes work as an extension of an artist's creativity and vision. In this blog, we'll be taking a closer look at various bristle types, breaking them down, highlighting their characteristics and discussing the techniques they're best suited for.
From Daler-Rowney, the System3 range is a complete suite of creative materials encompassing paints, inks, mediums, surfaces and brushes.
Developed in order to make creativity more accessible, affordable and straightforward for everyone from newcomers, students and hobbyists, all the way to professional artists.
Available in a variety of options, we're taking some time to run through a number of these and break them down to show just how incredible this range is!
A short highlight of the sustainably produced materials from every corner of our site from well-known brands such as Seawhite, Da Vinci, Liquitex and more!
Introduced way back in the 1930s, Blackwing became an essential tool for creators at the time, notably popular amongst Looney Tunes and Disney animators.
Why don't we take a look at what makes these pencils so special and iconic almost a century later?
Founded in the heart of Northumberland in 1987, Unison Colour have been producing stunning handmade soft pastels of the highest quality.
Join us and explore their fascinating history, ongoing mission and dedication to quality.
Originally founded back in 1881, Schmincke have been innovating and producing premium-quality art materials to creatives all over the world. We want to take a moment to highlight several of these ranges & demonstrate just how versatile they truly are.
We're proud to have started stocking this brand new sustainable range of stretched canvases, born from the partnership between Liquitex and Waste2Wear. Allow us a moment to introduce you, along with demonstrating the amazing commitment to sustainability, innovation and quality.
An icon of queer art, Keith Haring first rose to prominence in NYC during the street art boom of the 1980s. Instantly recognisable, his work isn't simply bright vibrant colours but instead has a rich history of social activism and a desire for respect, equality and justice.