If you’d like to tell the world about ARTHOUSE Unlimited, the talented artists, unique products, latest collaborations or the beautiful artwork and ethics then get in touch here. We’re happy to help you in any way we can.

We can provide imagery, content, sample loans, interviews, whatever you need to help spread the word with impact and effectiveness. Reach us on 01483 425273 or on info@arthouseunlimited.org and ask to speak to one of the Marketing Team.

Sheengate Publishing. Richmond & Barnes Magazines December 2021

Richmond and Barnes Magazines – Painting for Purpose Feature

Sophie Farrah learns more about a Surrey charity putting the heart into art.

Delicious December 2021

Delicious Magazine – 30 foodie Christmas Gifts under £20

On the lookout for foodie Christmas gift ideas? Whether you’re searching for stocking fillers, treats for friends or the perfect Secret Santa prezzy, we’ll have your Christmas list wrapped up in no time. What’s more, these 30 gorgeous gifts all come in at under 20 quid.

Observer Food Monthly November 2021

Observer Food Monthly

Christmas gifts for food lovers

Sonshine magazine November 2021

Sonshine Magazine Issue 14

Sonshine Magazine met the artists behind the products at ARTHOUSE Unlimited.

BBC Good Food magazine October 2021

BBC Good Food – ‘Chocolate for change’

BBC Good Food featured ARTHOUSE Unlimited in their ‘Making a difference’ article, celebrating the skills of artists living with complex support needs.

Liz Earle Wellbeing magazine May/June 2021

Liz Earle Wellbeing Magazine

‘Helping Hands’ – Founder and CEO Becky Sheraidah talks about the importance of creativity, community and finding a sense of purpose for those living with complex support needs.

Molly Makes Magazine Issue 130 Summer 2021

Molly Makes- The Kindness Issue

Founder and CEO Becky Sheraidah on thriving as a creative charity.

Freelancer Magazine April 2021

Freelancer Magazine – Top of the Shops

Grazia magazine

Grazia Christmas Gift Guide

Grazia featured the Dinosaur design handmade chocolate as a perfect Christmas gift for those wanting to give back.

Grazia Online magazine

Best Friends Gift Guide

Grazia online featured a range of ARTHOUSE Unlimited products in their article on truly original gifts for the most important person in your life- your best friend! The Lady Muck range, candles, soaps and handmade chocolate were all featured.

Brigitte Magazine, Germany

Sustainable and Ethical Gift Guide

Fabric Magazine featured Isobel Philip’s ever popular fine bone china dog bowl for their piece on ethical gifting.

Fabric Magazine

Christmas Gift Guide

Fabric Magazine featured our Underwater chocolate in their essential Christmas gift guide.

Beauty Bible online

Christmas Gift Guide

Beauty Bible online featured an article all about ARTHOUSE and the perfect gifts for Christmas.

Frost Online Magazine

Christmas Gift Guide

Frost online magazine featured a brilliant Christmas article about ARTHOUSE Unlimited products which are are gifts that keep on giving.

EasyJet Traveller

What to pack for a cultural jaunt in Amsterdam

EasyJet Traveller magazine featured Danny O’Sullivan’s brilliant ‘Bearded Man’ sweatshirt, in their feature on visiting Amsterdam in style.

House & Garden

Eco Chic- socially responsible and environmentally friendly gifts

House & Garden magazine featured Hannah Thomas’ wonderful self portrait painting on wood, in their feature on environmentally and socially conscious gifting.

Marie Claire

Charitable Valentine’s Gifts

Marie Claire magazine featured Peter’s gorgeously ornate fine bone china tankard in their feature on charitable Valentine’s gifting.

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The Big Issue

Top 100 Changemakers

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.

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The Guardian

The Christmas Gift Guide

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.

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The Telegraph

The Best Christmas Wrapping Paper

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.

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The Ordinary Lovely

Sustainability Challenge… Zero Plastic For A Week

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.

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The Telegraph

The rise of the ethically good Christmas present

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.

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The Industry

Trouva takes philanthropic approach to Black Friday

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.

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BBC News

Fat Face and the surprise tie up

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.

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