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  • Michael Harding

    An artist and a painter, Michael Harding began making oil colours in 1982, whilst studying Fine Art. Inspired by Rembrandt's paintings in the National Gallery, Harding had attempted to recreate the Dutch artist’s paint effects and colours in his own work. Today, Michael Harding counts a number of renowned artists amongst the fans of his oil colour, including David Hockney, John D. Edwards and Howard Hodgkin.

  • Mod Podge

    Crafters everywhere entrust their most treasured decoupage creations to Mod Podge, the number one, all-in-one glue, sealer and finish! The ultimate in convenience, Mod Podge has been loved by crafters of all ages for its flexibility, versatility and supreme ease of use since 1967.

  • Moleskine

    Moleskine started life by recreating the legendary notebook previously used by artists such as Vincent van Gogh and Pablo Picasso. Today, Moleskine continue to produce notebooks, diaries, journals, and have extended their vast range to include bags, writing instruments and reading accessories.

  • Montana Colors

    Founded in 1994 by a group of paints industry innovators from Barcelona, Montana began their path to success by doing what their successors still do: listen to their customers. The feedback they received at the time was that brand after brand of aerosol paints lacked consistency, colour range, and difficultly in control. Their answer was to create a product specific with these key issues in mind.

  • MT

    MT is the original brand of 'washi' paper masking tape created by the 100 tear old Japanese company, Kamoi Kakoshi. Each decorative roll is crafted from smooth, Japanese paper which can be torn easily by hand, written and drawn on and easily removed and re-applied without leaving an adhesive residue. The superior level of ‘just right’ adhesion allows MT to be easily repositioned and to be used on painted walls without damaging paint.

  • Newclay Products

    Newclay Products manufacture and supply a range of quality modelling materials and accessories. They are ideal for use in education, by arts and crafts professionals and hobbyists, by animators and in a wide range of industrial applications.

  • Nitram

    For nearly fifty years Nitram refined the process of charcoal making in the heart of France.
    Started by Martin Gros, (hence the name, Martin spelled backwards) it was a family company until moving, along with the original oven and processes, to Canada.

    Nitram Charcoal has become known by artists & the Preferred Charcoal of Professional Artists, Academies and Ateliers around the globe due to it's unique qualities. 

    Manufactured using a unique process that preserves the cell structure of the wood.
    This makes the charcoal more durable & less prone to breakage, whilst being easy to erase, able to be sharpened to a point & generate less dust than comparable products.

  • Pantone

    Pantone is best known for its Pantone Matching System (PMS), a proprietary colour space used in a variety of industries, primarily printing, though sometimes in the manufacture of coloured paints, fabric, and plastics. Pantonee have applied their PMS system to a whole host of products, including mugs, cups, phone and tablet cases, and much more.

  • Pebeo

    The Pébéo name is synonymous with artist colours and mediums with a strong foundation in chemistry. Ongoing research, combining the talents of engineers and artists, means Pébéo continues to be recognised as one of the most creative companies within the paint industry.

  • Pentel

    Pentel Co. Ltd. is a privately owned Japanese company that has been producing some of the world’s favourite writing instruments for over half a century. They distribute a wide range of pens, pencils, correction products, markers and art materials to customers and are responsible for two-thirds of the writing instruments in use around the world today.

  • Pina Zangaro

    Using extraordinary design, the best materials available and state-of-the-art manufacturing, Pina Zangaro are redefining the way printed artwork and documents are presented. They have created a system of books, boxes, cases and related accessories that will guarantee that your work is not just noticed, but loved.

  • Pink Pig

    Pink Pig was founded in 1992, a family run business with the aim to supply students with high quality drawing books, unlike any others available on the market. All of their handmade covers are made in Yorkshire, England. They use the best quality acid-free paper available, source sustainably or recycled where possible, deliver quickly and offer seemingly endless permutations. Pink Pig have the world’s largest range of colours, cover designs, sizes & formats unmatched by any of their competitors.