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  • Itoya

    ITOYA was founded on the principle of offering the most innovative, distinctive and quality crafted office, art and school supplies available. This tradition continues today through the unique offerings and brands that make up the ITOYA family of products.

  • Jacquard

    Founded in Northern California in the late 80s Jacquard Products introduced themselves with their first product "Red Label Silk Colors", remaining a staple of professional silk painters everywhere, to this day.

    This initial success invigorated Jacquard Products to produce more textile artist materials. New products have consistently been introduced every year, and now Jacquard offers over 20 product lines as well as a wide variety of kits, sets, class packs, chemicals and other art-related auxiliaries. Over the years, Jacquard has built a reputation for innovation and high-quality products. 

    Even now, Jacquard remains as committed as ever to meeting the needs of artists and crafters everywhere with excellence and value.

  • Jakar

    Founded in 1949 by Lydia Sacki and Julius Kaufmann, Jakar International began its trading life importing cuckoo clocks and drawing instruments from Germany to the UK. Today, under the leadership of third generation Paul Sacki, Jakar remains one of the leading suppliers of art and crafts materials in the UK and Ireland.

  • Kenro

    Founded in 1973, Kenro are famous for their high-quality, yet affordable, ranges of materials.
    Working closely with photographers & artists throughout the years, they have grown exponentially & have become widely regarded as a household name in these fields & growing exponentially as a result.

  • Khadi Papers

    Coming from an art school background, Khadi Papers were interested in paper as an artists’ material and this remains the focus of what they do. In the early 1980s they were the first to introduce Indian handmade papers to artists and designers in and around London. They worked closely with papermakers in India, and later in Nepal and Bhutan.

  • Liquitex

    Liquitex offers the largest array of acrylic paint products in the world. Their acrylic products are widely renowned for their reliability, colour consistency and intermixability.

  • Loxley

    Loxley Art Materials have established themselves as a leading supplier of art related goods throughout the UK. Loxley Art Materials' aim is to develop materials which enhance and improve upon existing products already on the market, as well as to create products that enrich the work of the artist. Loxley are a family-run company based in Sheffield.

  • Lyra

    Part of the Italian FILA Group since 2008, Lyra was founded in Nuremberg, Germany in 1806. A specialist producer of pencils and pastels, Lyra continues to manufacture from two factories in Germany, selling more than 70 million pencils worldwide each year.

  • Manuscript

    Manuscript Pen Company pride themselves on being known as ‘The Calligraphy Company’ but that is only part of the story. Whether its calligraphy dip pens and nibs, fountain pens or markers, they have a writing tool suitable for every creative project.

  • Mapac

    Mapac are a family-run business who were the first to invent and market the school book bag. Today, the Artcare by Mapac range of portfolios, cases and display books can be found throughout Europe, popular with both students and professionals alike.

  • Maped

    Maped is a family-owned French company which has spent 68 years basing its development on its industrial expertise, culture of innovation and ability to react in order to offer its customers effective, profitable solutions. 

  • Marabu

    Marabu has been a synonym for high-quality specialist paints, established in Germany for over 150 years. They are currently responsible for the development and production of a range of over 20,000 products, with a traditional division of creative colours for hobbies, art, and school.