home: friday follow [ Freny Green ]

home: friday follow [ Freny Green ]

Simple beauty in the effortless capturing of nature – we love the whimsical floral paintings of Freny Green.

Perfectly minimal snapshots of flowers in vases – find your favourite flora and own one of the these open edition giclée prints on Hahnemuhle German Etching 310gsm archival paper (originals also available)

Prices from £55 + p&p but join the mailing list for extra special weekly offers.


home: featured [ Matt Healy ]

home: featured [ Matt Healy ]

Living on the English coast we love the works of the talented Matt Healy.

With pieces from £60, his works could bring a focal point to a room. Own a piece of unique art and support talented independent artist.


Born and raised in the North London Edgelands, an early fascination with the English Romantic poets and artists shaped these landscapes into realms of almost religious significance.

Employing materials and symbols found in these spaces I aim to create a space for the viewer to project upon, reflect within and create a personal cosmology.

Through repetition and distortions in context words and images are allowed room to be re investigated and re invested with personal meanings from each individual interpretation.

Primarily a painter, I have been researching and experimenting with walking and land art.

home: featured [ artist ]

home: featured [ artist ]

We are always looking to discover artists that’s work we admire and we’d love to adorn our walls. The work of Philip O’Dwyer is no exception.

Gorgeous architectural and often brutalist inspiration fills his ink and acrylic pieces.

See more of his work on his website or on his Instagram feed


Philip O’Dwyer is a designer and visual artist. Born in 1974 in Dublin, he lives and works in London.

‘My practice uses drawing and painting to explore personal preoccupations with the built human environment. I’m interested in the interaction between an imaginary world of building codes, patterns, and perfect industrial objects and the real world of decay, repair and individual self-expression’.