It is incredibly meaningful to see that our artist Saype is adding some hope, peace and unity in a country like South Africa with his project “Beyond Walls”. South Africa is a country rich in culture and ethnic diversity bound by the spirit of Ubuntu (togetherness), and using art to share this value is powerful, […]
We collaborated with Flight Logistics and covered their new van with our the work of our artist Claire Luxton. Their vans deliver art to top collectors across the UK featuring artworks by the most inspiring artists. The van is pictured here in front of Claire Luxton’s art project with l’Occitane on Regent Street in London. […]
Picnic Gallery presented Black + White = Grey, an installation of 3D lenticular prints and text by Rayvenn Shaleigha D’Clark, exploring the shifting viewpoints of race online. When it comes to how the lives of black people are portrayed online, these fictions end up spreading at rapid pace through the online world, having real life […]
We have worked with L’Occitane to install a new piece of public art in the heart of Regent Street, to give something special to the local community during their daily walks. We know how much public art is important, especially during lockdown when museums and galleries are closed, so it’s a dream to team up with L’Occitane […]
Running from August 2019 to October 2019, BODY + SOUL was an exhibition exploring materials, scale and consciousness in the representation of the human form by artists Rayvenn Shaleigha D’Clark, Aron Demetz, Carole A Feuerman, Sean Henry, Jonty Hurwitz, Warren King, Tom Price and Recycle Group.
We wanted to provide a constructive and positive response to the January lockdown that would offer some light and hope to everyone. Following an accident when she was younger, our artist Jennifer Abessira started to use her art and colour reference as a therapy and an escape, so we couldn’t think of anyone better to […]
Advising the most prestigious banks with the artworks they shall be acquiring for their corporate collection is a dream come true. We are so proud that Union Banque Privée (UBP) in Monaco decided to acquire both the works of Léo Caillard and Delphine Diallo for their progressive nature.
David Aiu Servan-Schreiber worked with Parisian brand Diptyque. From theatre, music, painting, or fabrics, Diptyque’s world is made up of powerful emotions and delicate pleasures, art and the art of living. In the heart of St James’s Market Pavillion, the artworks from his stunning exhibition “It’s Later Than You Think” are intermingled with this world. […]
Franco Japanese artist Tiffany Bouelle collaborated with the interior design brand Babel Brune and created stunning home furniture. Inspired by Art in general, each of Babel Brune’s collections comes to life when they meet an artist that inspires them to create and have fun. The brand was moved by Tiffany’s modernity and the passion to […]