Lucy Danielle: A journey through the Alps. Bespoke piece for Heritage.


Take a step into the unknown with our latest art installation created by the talented Lucy Danielle. Lucy is a Bristol based freelance illustrator, who specialises in urban and mural graffiti art, she has a passion for type, sneakers, trains, travelling and culture. The installation was inspired by the mountains of the Alps and runs throughout the basement at Heritage. The second image features three bespoke snowboards, these take prime position in the restaurant and feature pop-art inspired mural graffiti.
Lucy Danielle: A journey through the Alps. <i>Bespoke piece for Heritage.</i>

Lucy Danielle: A journey through the Alps continued. Bespoke piece for Heritage.


Lucy has continued the Journey Through the Alps with our 2nd installation of three bespoke snowboards. These take prime position in the restaurant and feature pop-art inspired mural graffiti.
Lucy Danielle: A journey through the Alps continued. <i>Bespoke piece for Heritage.</i>

Yuvi: Go Hunt Your Dream. Original painting on stretched canvas.


Yuvi grew up surrounded by graffiti, music, politics and the social agenda of a city with a hugely cosmopolitan character. All these influences combined to ignite his imagination and direct his creative and tempestuous personality into highly expressive and vibrant artistic statements. Superheroes, scientists, artists, movie stars, animals – all these and many more subjects make appearances in his work. Using humour and defiance, he gives an artistic voice to his world view, exploring issues which he cares passionately about, from social criticism to iconic homage, in his deeply personal language.
Yuvi: Go Hunt Your Dream. <i>Original painting on stretched canvas.</i>

Paul Insect: Crystal Habits Blue. Limited edition of 100.


Insect has painted alongside Banksy at The Can Festival, produced album art for DJ Shadow and has worked on the separation wall in Palestine. His work can be spotted everywhere from the streets of London to LA or Stockholm to Sydney. Paul Insect lives in London. Known for his visceral pop style, Insect mixes bright colours with morbid themes, Donald Duck and Pinocchio brandishing guns and bombs, while human skulls sport multi-hued Playboy bunny ears.
Paul Insect: Crystal Habits Blue. <i>Limited edition of 100.</i>

Keith Haring: Montreux Jazz Festival. Limited edition of 80.


During a brief but intense career that spanned the 1980s, Haring’s work was featured in over 100 solo and group exhibitions. He was highly sought after to participate in collaborative projects, and worked with artists and performers as diverse as Madonna, Grace Jones, Bill T. Jones, William Burroughs, Timothy Leary, Jenny Holzer, Yoko Ono and Andy Warhol. By expressing universal concepts of birth, death, love, sex and war, using a primacy of line and directness of message, Haring was able to attract a wide audience and assure the accessibility and staying power of his imagery, which has become a universally recognised visual language of the 20th century.
Keith Haring: Montreux Jazz Festival. <i>Limited edition of 80.</i>

Keith Haring: Montreux Jazz Festival continued. Limited edition of 80.


Our 2nd limited edition of the Montreux Jazz Festival using different colour ways.
Keith Haring: Montreux Jazz Festival continued. <i>Limited edition of 80.</i>

Mark Sloper: Ever Fallen in Love. Bespoke piece for Heritage.


Mark Sloper attended art college in Sheffield before diverting his attention for TV and film. As a friend of the almighty Sex Pistols, Mark’s punks’ roots run deep, and has merged his art credentials with century old neon to produce beautiful statement art works. This neon art piece is hand blown to the highest standard and is completely bespoke. Using vintage flags and distressed wood and metal, the neon flickers gently to give the most wonderful imagery, while punk messages written under the neon make you smile, laugh and think.
Mark Sloper: Ever Fallen in Love. <i>Bespoke piece for Heritage.</i>