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  • 3M

    Since their beginnings back in Minnesota, 3M have become excellent providers of numerous kinds of art products and accessories, from their very own 3M artist tape to spray masks and a collection of spray mounts. Over time it is clear to everyone that 3M have been able to further their long-running history of art supplies by increasing their overall product range to the likes of offset printing and adhesive hooks, not to mention creating the first waterproof sandpaper. However, despite this increased choice of products, it is clear to all of us that their original products, such as artist tape and 3M spray mount remain the star products of this exceptional brand.

  • Aristo

    Originally founded in 1862 under as "Dennert & Pape", eventually becoming the more well-known Aristo in 1936.

    Perhaps best known for their "geodreieck", the world's first ever plastic set square, a drawing device considered the gold standard for schools & training in numerous countries.
    Another notable achievement would be developing the first ever mass-produced pocket calculator in Germany. 

    To date their drawing range has 500 products, produced using almost 160 years of extensive experience & knowledge in manufacturing geodesic, mathematical, technical & drawing instruments.

  • Barrettine

    The Barrettine Group has over 130 years of expertise in the Chemical industry, understanding hazardous and non-hazardous materials and the legislation and regulation that accompanies these types of materials. They are renowned for a consistently high level of quality and service that has resulted in strong, long-term relationships with customers.

  • Blundell Harling

    Blundell Harling Ltd. has been trading in the UK since 1948 and is based in Dorset. They are responsible for manufacturing and distributing an extensive range of drawing equipment, scale rules, templates and technical drawing equipment for use by students, architects, engineers, specialist designers, draughts people, and graphic artists.

  • Bob Ross

    You've seen him before. He's the soft-spoken guy painting happy clouds, mountains and trees in about 26 television minutes, using big housepainting-type brushes and cooing soothing "you can do its" to the audience. His Joy of Painting program is the most recognised, most watched TV art show in history.

  • Bockingford

    Bockingford is a beautiful English watercolour paper, traditionally made on a cylinder mould machine at St Cuthberts Mill. It’s a high quality paper made using pure materials to archival standards.

  • Brusho

    Brusho is a brilliantly intense paint powder that comes in little pots of magic! It's water-based and completely non-toxic, allowing you to create visually stunning, expressive artwork with the minimum of fuss. It's fun to use, beginner-friendly and ideal if you want to learn how to create very contemporary, very striking images.

  • Caran d'Ache

    Since its birth in Geneva in 1915, Caran d’Ache has been perpetuating its expertise and its spirit of innovation. Technical excellence as well as impeccable quality stemming from the Swiss tradition of fine craftsmanship give rise to some of the world’s most sophisticated writing instruments.

  • Clairefontaine

    Clairefontaine is a French paper manufacturer that is renowned for its fine quality notebooks. Their paper is exceptionally white and ultra-smooth. Colourful and sturdy, Clairefontaine papers feature a perfect satin finish for the maximum smoothness in writing.

  • Coates

    Coates is a family business based in the heart of the Somerset countryside near Taunton. Willow has been grown commercially in this area since the 1800's. The Coate family has been involved with this crop since 1819, and developed the production of artist charcoal in the 1960's. At this time the traditional use for willow, basketmaking, was in severe decline following the increasing use of plastics in the 1950's. If willow cultivation was to continue as part of the family business into the future it was essential to find a new use for the willow.

  • Conté à Paris

    Used by top masters, amateur artists and art students alike, Conté à Paris offers the widest variety of techniques and effects possible for drawing, sketching and pastel work.