This week we were delighted to welcome ArtSnug‘s ‘pop-up affordable art shop’ in the Engine Bar, who wowed us with their 300+ artworks from over 30 fascinating independent and emerging artists. With prices starting as low as £25 they’ve undoubtedly something for everyone – be it a londonphile, film buff, botanist, pet lover, foodie, urban explorer, photographer, or fashionista.

At the heart of ArtSnug is a simple idea – to make art more accessible to more people. And this translates both into what they sell as well as how they sell it…

They focus on hyper-affordable art – one that people would buy more as ‘artcessory’ for their home rather than as ‘investment’ – by selling limited edition prints from a range of emerging illustrators, printmakers, collagists and photographers. And to make the art more accessible physically, from day one they’ve been selling art where people already are, everywhere from bars and interior design stores to coffee shops.

Be sure to check out their next monthly pop-up art shop from 28th April – 1st May to see work from both their latest talent and their best-selling artists including Carne Griffiths, Andrew J Millar and Louise Mcnaught.

Visit www.artsnug.com for a view of their full collection.


CSI London‘ – Roy’s People

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Pick and Run‘ – Roy’s People

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Living the dream‘ – Roy’s People

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Bear With Me‘ – Lauren Mortimer


Snow Pounce‘ – Richard Peters


Spring Lamb‘ – Richard Peters

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Lunch atop a skyscraper‘ – Mike Stimpson


Lion‘ – Olivier Marc Thomas Leger

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Architecture of Alchemy‘ – Louise McNaught

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Emanate‘ – Carne Griffiths