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The Big Issue
ARTHOUSE Unlimited founder and CEO Becky Sheraidahwas featured in The Big Issue’s list of Top 100 Changemakers, alongside a host of incredible people and organisations affecting fantastic change across a variety of sectors.
This year’s Guardian Christmas Gift guide featured ARTHOUSE Unlimited’s Never Forget Jug as an essential piece of ethical giftware. This half pint bone china jug takes imagery from a collaborative elephant design which is available across several popular product ranges.
ARTHOUSE’s luxury giftwrap The Freeze was featured in The Telegraph’s list of the finest Christmas wrapping paper available. The design is a beautifully detailed single image taken from a huge collaborative group artwork conjuring the frozen magic of the arctic.
The Ordinary Lovely
ARTHOUSE Unlimited was thrilled to be a part of The Ordinary Lovely’s feature on minimising usage of plastic – an important part of our ethos.
A growing number of UK design companies are now offering presents that lay claim to doing a bit of good for the world (Britain, especially) – and which, crucially, you won’t feel awkward handing over on Christmas morning. “There has been a real change over the last year or two in terms of companies who are working in traditional ways but are not necessarily promoting themselves as ethical,” says Emily Mathieson.
Online marketplace Trouva is taking a philanthropic approach to the annual shopping extravaganza that is Black Friday. The platform has announced a partnership with charity ARTHOUSE Unlimited, which sells a range of designs and gifts created by adults living with complex epilepsy, learning and physical disabilities. It will formally join Trouva as a boutique on Friday and for every product sold on that day 100% of the proceeds will go back to ARTHOUSE Unlimited, which is based in Godalming in Surrey.
An art studio in Godalming which employs people with disabilities has been commissioned to provide designs for one of the South’s top clothing stores. The Chief Executive of Havant based Fat Face said work in the window of ARTHOUSE Unlimited stopped him in his tracks. He asked the artists to design a range of Christmas pyjamas which are now on sale. Experts say we can expect to see more social enterprise tie ups like this in the future.