About

Creative Future Art Prints

We showcase artists of great talent who are typically under-represented in the mainstream art world. We sell high quality limited edition prints by emerging artists.

Featuring a wide variety of styles and mediums, all our artists experience barriers in accessing the mainstream art world due to mental health issues, disability, health, identity or other social circumstance. We support undiscovered talent and empower artists who might not otherwise get the chance to have their work seen and sold.

By purchasing art through our shop you will get great art, invest in an artist who faces many personal challenges and support the work of Creative Future - enabling us to have a positive impact on many more artists for years to come.

Our Limited Edition Prints

We partner with Tin Dogs Fine Art in Hove. They run a bespoke giclée and screen printing company catering for the high-end art creation and replication market. Collectively, they have over 20 years of relevant experience in the professional printmaking field.

Creative Future's limited edition giclée prints are custom made and printed on Minuet Smooth 300gsm, which is 100% cotton based and acid free. All prints are accompanied with a signed and numbered certificate of authenticity.

Postage and packing is free on all UK orders.

Tin Dogs

Tin Dogs Fine Art logoTin Dogs Fine Art created their printing workshop to output top quality work and provide a more bespoke, personal and creative experience for artists,  paying particular attention to detail in original artworks. They have produced prints for various art publishers and galleries including the Tate and the National Portrait Gallery. Their reproduction work includes artworks by Picasso, Patrick Caulfield, Bridget Riley and Roy Lichtenstein.

As one of the best high quality art printers in the Brighton and Hove area, Tin Dogs are the perfect partner to create Creative Future's limited edition prints. View their website here.

Creative Future

Founded in 2007, we provide training, mentoring and the chance to publish or exhibit to talented people who lack opportunities due to mental health issues, disability, identity or other social circumstance. View our website here.

Banner image shows details of 'Four Heads' by John Jennings