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Business Collective Scotland- First Members: Art & Design

Updated: Jul 21

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Artists' Tuck Shop

Artists’ Tuck Shop is a project that supports artists to increase income generation from art-related activities, aimed at enabling them to reduce time spent working in unrelated employment and thus focus more time on developing their creative careers. We do this by commissioning artists to make unique, affordable art objects for us to sell on their behalf at markets, events, festivals and pop-ups via our tuck trolley, wholesale and online shop.


Ciara McInnes Fine Art

Artist, printmaker and architect based in Glasgow, Scotland. My work has a focus on traditional techniques and craftsmanship with every print made by hand. I work solely in limited edition prints, meaning every piece is unique. I am inspired by urban landscapes, street art and abstract forms.




Display

Display is a bespoke framing workshop based in Glasgow.


Specialising in hand finishes, we work with you to create the perfect frame for your artwork.


Alongside our bespoke service, we’re building up our online shop where you can buy frames ready to fit your artwork at home, terrazzo frames, mirrors and collaborations with Scottish artists and designers.

LAW Illustrates

LAW Illustrates is the sister brand of LAW Design studio. Founded in 2018 by fashion designer and illustrator Gillian McNeill. The Glasgow based illustrator creates prints and large scale murals by capturing the key landmarks of your favourite city in a monochromatic style. Prints are all credited with the Woodland Carbon Scheme and are packaged in earth friendly packaging. Commissions are available on request.



Molly Hankinson Studio

Molly Hankinson is a visual artist from South-East London now based in Glasgow. Her practice concentrates on the honest and unapologetic representation of womxn and non-binary people through painting, printmaking, and hand-drawn and digital illustration. Her work focuses on the aesthetics of bold considered colour placement and use of continuous line to produce unflinching compositions which reflect the people present in the work. Molly looks at confronting white feminism’s complicity, taboos surrounding body image and sexuality, and subverts the notion of ‘womxn in the home’ through the reclaiming of interior spaces as a place of safety and power.



Mutant Mule

Mutant Mule (AKA Emily Chappell) is a repository of nonsense.


A home for the bizarre, the trashy, the insincere.


Bold, colourful graphic t-shirts, prints, badges, original art and associated merch.


Emily is also a Glasgow-based freelance illustrator and printmaker


Nebo Peklo

Modern vintage inspired illustrated maps and botanical illustrations by Scottish illustrator Natalie Tweedie. As a lifelong lover of mid-century design, I like to incorporate the style of the era into my work. I am available for personal and commercial commissions.









Thundercliffe Press

The Thundercliffe Press is run by illustrator and printmaker Anna from her home studio on the southside of Glasgow. She makes bright, bold, colourful prints at affordable prices, working mostly in linocut and risograph. Anna is inspired by classic children's illustration, midcentury designs and all kinds of printed ephemera.







Two-five

Two-five is an independent online store created with the ambition of selling unique and elegant design products. Established in 2020 by two young designers and illustrators, it pursues its founders' vision of sharing their love and passion for design, art, and aesthetics through a catalogue of painstakingly designed and handcrafted products.


Two-five represents our idea of design: it is all about simplicity of colours, and elegance of shapes and lines. Our mission is to share this idea with you all while offering you something truly unique.


Every single one of our creations is imagined and produced by us: they start their journey as a simple thought in our heads and end it as an object in your homes.

Zoe Slater Ceramics

Wheel-thrown ceramics in Glasgow. I craft small batch and unique items to be used in people's homes.


I focus on simple forms and bold designs for my range of vases, vessels, lighting, tiles, and other unique objects.


I am open to individual commissions as well as large batch requests.

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