The Red House
30 April 2013
We are delighted to have been asked to produce the mounts for the redevelopment at the Britten Pears Foundation.
4 February 2013
We are excited to have just opened up a new shop, and it’s local to everyone, where is it? Online of course! Read More
JGM New Exhibition Launch
5 November 2012
Jennifer Guerrini Maraldi opens a new exhibition from tomorrow on Australian Contemporary Art. Read More
16 October 2012
Latest Data News on recent textile work, for museums and private clients.
5 October 2012
Latest news in the museum and mount making world, along with discounted ex-display items! Read More
Chelsea Antiques Fair
11 September 2012
We will be exhibiting at this months Chelsea Antiques Fair fun by Penman Fairs Read More
31 August 2012
Featuring new exlusive museums rate, as well as our monthly topical discount. Read More
23 July 2012
Our latest Newsletter - Includes Olympic deals and a brand new product with introductory offers. Read More
Let it Shine
16 July 2012
It's always fasinating to hear the effectiveness of our items, especially when its for something we never thought about when making them.
Scaling New Heights
28 June 2012
Blood, sweat but no tears .....A scale model of Birmingham University now stands 3 meters in the air! Read More
20 June 2012
As well as being busy with Museum and Gallery work we are increasingly asked by interiors desingers to come up with new ways to help display their clients collections and treasured artefacts.
Family Business Award Nomination
17 May 2012
We are delighted to announce that we have been nominated for a Family Business award. Read More
Love it or hate it, we mount it!
9 May 2012
Whether you think you could do better or appreciated seeing something different, modern art always seems to divide. But one thing we can all agree on is that in order for it to cause any controversy or appreciation it must first be displayed. Read More
Royal Pavilion Brighton
2 April 2012
Having first contended with the weight and expansive waist line of King George IV roaming it's elegant interior, The Royal Pavilion in Brighton now has to cope with thousands of visitors passing through its doors every year.
12 March 2012
Meet Porgy, Alan Turing’s teddy bear, who helped the code breaker practise for his lectures and speeches. Porgy’s new home is a 30mm sand blasted acrylic base, forming part of the new exhibition open at Bletchley Park.
The M-Shed in Bristol
22 July 2011
M Shed is an exciting and innovative new museum for Bristol that tells the story of our city.
Located on the historic dockside, Bristol’s flagship museum has been designed to retain the character of the former 1950s transit shed.