Free In-Store Events: Escoda...

Escoda Brush Demonstration Friday 07.07.17 – 12:00 to 16:00 Join us in London Shoreditch store on the 7th July for a demonstration of some of Escoda’s quality artists’ brushes. Escoda have been making brushes for fine art since 1933, in … Read more ...

Amylee’s Colour Shaper...

Colour Shaper: A New Generation of Brush When tradition is combined with innovation, one expects amazing ideas. And what could be more amazing than creating a hairless brush! This original tool, with a silicone tip, allows you to paint, mix … Read more ...

How to Create Rainbow Lettering

Amylee’s Colourful approach to Creative Writing  Do you want to use colours in your calligraphy? Here is a very easy technique to follow. The secret is to have good materials and lots of ideas! I like Pinterest, yes, I admit … Continue reading

20 Ways to use Acrylic Paint

Would you like to have great materials for your next acrylic painting project? Brush, knife, piece of wood, sponge, what do you need to paint or innovate? And how do you make it possible to create different effects? Acrylic paint has this little versatile side that … Continue reading

Amylee’s Top 15 Amazing Brushes

Because I mainly use the right side of my brain, and I sometimes compare things around me, here are some amazing brushes that I have recently discovered. The studio takes a humorous note with this new Top 15! 15/ X-Brush … Continue reading

Back into Art: Top 10 Picks

From guest writer, Amylee In September, if you were looking for new stuff for your studio, what would you like to buy? Like a little girl on her first day at school, who needs a full new range before joining her … Continue reading

New I Love Art Brush Sets

New from I Love Art! Making it even easier to select the brushes you need based on your technique and budget! We’ve added a range of sets to the I Love Art brand to help you find the perfect combination for … Continue reading

The Brush

A brush, the natural extension of the artist’s hand… In the past the Egyptians used to paint with tools that resembled palm leaves; in order to devote themselves to calligraphy the Chinese perfected these tools by placing tufts of hair … Continue reading