Emma Chau

About Emma Chau

I'm Emma, I studied Art & Design with the intention of working in Fashion Design, turns out that world wasn't for me, and I am now happily working in the family business! The great thing about working with family is that I am able to dabble; I assist with pretty much everything, the services, admin, retail, oh and tea-making. I also take care of the design layouts for the marketing and social media.

Sir Peter Blake Illustrates Dylan Thomas’ Under Milk Wood

We’ve just received the press info for a very exciting project we recently printed, Sir Peter Blake’s, Under Milk Wood. Ted worked with Stephen Stuart-Smith of Enitharmon Editions to produce Sir Peter Blake’s new work honoring the centenary of Dylan Thomas’ birth, a man whose written word has inspired Blake for nearly 30 years and has been beautifully celebrated in his artwork. This edition of giclée prints has been produced on Da Vinci Soft Textured. Enitharmon Editions have also published the book, Peter Blake, Dylan Thomas, Under Milk Wood available here.

The exhibition will be running from 23 November 2013 – 16 March 2014 at National Museum Wales situated in Cardiff. For more info, click here. 

The Sailors' Arms by Sir Peter BlakeThe Sailors’ Arms by Sir Peter Blake


Save up to £1896* on Epson LFP – offer ends this Friday!
(Offer has now ended)

Probably the biggest slash we’ve ever done; you can save a whopping £1896* on an Epson Large Format Printer. The following prices are now in effect until Friday 21/06/2013:
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Sean Smith: On the Margins

seansmithWe have been busy these last few weeks printing up several exhibitions, one of which is Sean Smith’s On the Margins. It has been printed on the beautiful DaVinci Crystal Satin which really brings out the depth of Sean’s, often hard hitting, images.

Sean Smith: On the margins
24 May – 26 June 2013

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Chris Levine: Light

17th May – 29th June

We’ve been super busy this week printing for a few upcoming exhibitions, including the first major London solo exhibition for Chris Levine at The Fine Art Society Contemporary in New Bond Street. Continue reading