As well as beautiful frames, E17 Art House has a great selection of affordable art, plus greetings cards by London designers. Drop in to see what’s new and find some wonderful art for your home and for gifts. Current artists at E17 Art House include:


Animaux Circus

Animaux Circus are an Illustration collective who live and work in East London. They love type, animals, murals, paint, marker pens, paper, screenprinting and bright colours. Go to top

Anja Jane

Anja Jane is a print designer based in East London. Studying Fashion and Textile Design at Brighton University, where she specialised in Print, Anja’s love for pattern and design grew. She has worked for leading print studios in London and New York designing prints for fashion and home. Anja’s wood-block type screenprints are inspired by her Norwegian and Polish heritage. Her charming imagery has been an instant hit at E17 Art House. Go to top

A Two Pipe Problem

Walthamstow-based “A Two Pipe Problem” creates unique letterpress prints by hand-setting and printing using wooden and metal type fonts. The studio’s print work has been sold in The Tate Modern, and now also at the Design Museum, London. E17 Art House is the only outlet in Walthamstow to stock A Two Pipe Problem’s wonderful letterpress prints, including William Morris quote hand-printed posters. E17 Art House also takes commissions for personalised prints, to commemorate baby births, birthdays and weddings, which A Two Pipe Problem will print just for you. These make the most fantastic original gifts for an important event. Go to top

Carne Griffiths

Carne was born in Liverpool and spent much of his childhood drawing. He studied Illustration and moved to East London in 1997 where he undertook an apprenticeship as a gold wire embroidery designer producing elaborate hand drawn embroidery designs for a range of prestigious clients including HRH the Prince of Wales, Chanel, Burberry and many of London’s Savile Row tailors, as well as producing designs for film and theatre. Carne creates most of his work in fountain pen, and experiments with inks as well as tea varieties to create organic, and chaotic layered images. Carne’s early influences include the animated work of the Brothers Quay, the drawings of Andre Masson, Paul Klee and Leonardo Da Vinci. Go to top


Deer.Wolf.Wolf. are a collaborative artist and printmaker team based at Print Club London. Their exquisite screenprints, often originating from Deer.Wolf.Wolf’s delicate papercut designs are so beautiful we had to have them for E17 Art House. Past and current clients include the Wellcome Trust, Liberty of London,, and the South Bank Centre. Deer.Wolf.Wolf have been featured in publications including Vogue, Dazed and Confused, and Design Week. Their book illustration projects also won places on three Observer and Independent on Sunday ‘Book of the Year’ annual shortlists. Go to top

Francis Long

Francis Long’s Ketchup print “Infinite Variety” is fast becoming a British classic. Featured on TV and in magazines such as “Company”, “Infinite Variety” is a play on Heinz’s “57 varieties” using ketchup bottles filled instead with paint in the three primary colours which when mixed, create an infinite variety of colours. First shown as an original sculpture in the E17 Art Trail, a print version was created, and now a super-size limited edition screenprint is available at E17 Art House priced £150. Go to top

Hannah Battershell

Hannah Battershell is a London based artist.  Her gothic leanings and dark subject matters are always tempered by a silly sense of humour, often lending her work the ‘quirky exuberance of a children’s story book’ (Kate Weir, Spoonfed). Her work has been displayed in various exhibitions including The Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2011. Her painting ‘Crocodilian’ appears in ‘Images 36′, the 2012 Association of Illustrators’ Best of New British Illustration publication. Go to top

Hennie Haworth

Hennie Haworth lives and works in Walthamsow, London. She graduated from Brighton University in 2004 and has since been working as an illustrator for various clients including Waitrose, Habitat, Guardian and Marc Jacobs. In 2010 she spent some time in Japan, where she produced many personal projects, and collaborated with ‘Link Collective’ to design a Furoshiki, a traditional Japanese folding cloth. Her work is colourful and decorative, all hand drawn from observation. She likes using a big mix of materials including pens, pencils, tipex and stickers. Go to top

Iain Hector

Iain Hector is a London-based artist and graphic designer. His screenprints are often animal inspired – with a twist, like in his take on movie “Reservoir Dogs” for his screenprint “Are you gonna bark all day, little doggy, or are you gonna bite?” replacing Mr Blonde’s head with a dog’s, and replacing Robert Deniro’s head in an iconic scene from the movie “Taxi Driver”, with a rat’s. Iain has also produced limited-edition “Perseverance Works” screenprints available in four fantastic colourways. “Perseverance Works” is a real location in Shoreditch, a creative hub for film, photography, design and other disciplines. Go to top

Jane Foster

We are delighted to have Jane Foster’s fantastic screenprints at E17 Art House, Walthamstow. Jane’s work is strongly inflenced by Scandinavian design. Her bold, happy prints in gorgeous colours, appeal to both adults and children. Her work has now been picked up on by Habitat and The Conran Shop, so we are very happy to have a large selection of Jane’s signed limited-edition prints available now at E17 Art House. Go to top

'Benny's' limited edition screen-print by Janet Brooke

Janet Brooke

After studying at Birmingham and Brighton polytechnics, Janet taught printmaking at Newham Community College in East London. There she focused on her surroundings, documenting the local corner shops, cafes and pubs ‘all now gone in the name of progress’. The result of the artist’s observations is a collection of colourful prints, which portrait quirky east London shops and new landmarks.
Janet’s techniques are time consuming; ‘reduction lino cutting’ means cutting away the image in many stages, printing each colour by hand. At the end of the process the plate is redundant, producing a limited number of prints. Her screen prints are also printed in many layers, using separate screens for each colour, a technique that requires precision and skill. Go to top

Jim Field

Jim Field is an award-winning Walthamstow based illustrator. Winner of the Roald Dahl Funny Prize for his illustrations for ‘Cats Ahoy’ published by Macmillan. This and his latest book ‘Farmer Clegg’s Night Out’ are available to purchase from E17 Art House as well as his fun art prints. Go to top

Kate Broughton

Kate is a designer/maker based in Nottingham, UK. She makes a range of products including prints, stationery and accessories from her illustrations. E17 Art House sells Kate’s fantastic ‘British Garden Birds’ and ‘Whales of the World’ prints as well as sweet notebooks and clever seed cards; cards illustrated with garden birds,containing bird-seed, vegetable cards with seeds and sowing instructions, and teapot cards with teabags inside! Go to top

Kirsten Schmidt

Printmaker and painter Kirsten Schmidt, originally from Luebeck-Germany, has lived and worked in London since 1987. Studying Art and Design at Camberwell College of Art, her love of metalwork and drawing led her to learn printmaking techniques such as copper etching and drypoint. She quickly found herself fascinated by other techniques like lithography, screen printing and woodblock/lino printing, and much of her work combines more than one in the same image. Inspired by the simplicity of japanese woodblock prints she creates simple images on natural themes and symbolism. As well as printmaking Kirsten also paints colourful, vibrant landscapes in acrylic and Oil inspired by painters such as Bragwyn and Gauguin. Her work sells through galleries in London and to collectors worldwide. Go to top


Kozyndan are Los Angeles-based husband and wife illustrator team Kozue and Dan Kitchens. One of Kozyndan’s best-known works is ‘Uprisings’, a play on Hokusai’s “The Great Wave off Kanagawa” but with waves tipped with tumbling white bunnies. This has since become the summer image of Kozyndan’s “Seasons of the Bunny” series. E17 Art House co-owner and long-time KnD fan Elaine was lucky enough to meet them recently at their first ever London solo show. Here’s hoping we can bring them back for a future show in Walthamstow. You can pick up all four Bunny Seasons signed poster-prints at E17 Art House, unframed for £25.00 each. Go to top

Kristjana S Williams

Kristjana S Williams creates magical landscapes, filled with impossible, exotic creatures by interweaving fragments of Victorian engravings with contemporary illustration and colouring. Icelandic born and a graduate of Central St Martin’s, Williams’ illustration work spans the worlds of fashion, homeware and prints and has gained widespread critical acclaim. Go to top

Linus Kraemer

Before studying Graphic Design, Linus studied Engineering Mathematics so his work often has a technical approach or concept behind it. He currently works as a freelance designer in London and produces illustrations every now and then. 360 Degrees Of Cake was originally designed as a birthday present for a friend. Following the success of the gift, Linus decided to start selling the print, assisted by the friend he gave it to who happens to run a shop in Islington. This was his first piece of work as an illustrator and remains his best selling print. Go to top


East London designer Louche’s quirky typographic greetings cards, including hand-printed Letterpress cards have been a huge hit at E17 Art House. “You’re the Jam on My Toast” and “My Life Would Be Rubbish Without You” being Walthamstow’s favourites so far! Go to top

Luzelle Van Der Westhuizen

Luzelle’s wonderful screenprints are inspired by geometric and hand-drawn patterns, as well as African and Scandinavian design. She uses traditional silkscreen printing methods to create bold, colourful and fun pieces. Luzelle has designed for clients including Marc Jacobs, and her work is now sold in Heals. Go to top

Michael Gregory

Michael Gregory graduated from St Martins in 2002 with a degree in Graphic Design. He was drawn to screenprinting as he loves the process of making pictures and the creative freedom that comes with this. His risque “Soho Bananas” prints are hand screenprinted and drawn, making each a one-off. Inspired by Call-girl cards he collected near the Moving Picture Company in Soho where he works, they include invitations such as “Let me be your lunchtime treat”! “Soho Bananas” £49.00 each. Go to top

Michael Stanger

Michael produces incredibly vibrant, beautiful paintings, mainly acrylic on canvas; landscapes and abstract-landscape both invented and from life. Colour is always at the forefront of his work, which is inspired by sources including Epping Forest, biblical stories and architectural themes. Go to top

Phoebe Eason

Phoebe is a Walthamstow illustrator, prop-maker and art-director. Her quirky hand-printed lino-prints have an endearing retro feel, great for adding some style to a children’s room. Go to top

Richard Roberts

Richard Roberts is a Hackney-based artist who specialises in print-making, and is a member of East London Printmakers. Richard’s limited-edition prints available at E17 Art House include “Gone to the Dogs” Walthamstow Stadium screenprint £49.00 and “Picture Palace EMD Hoe Street” Photopolymer-etching and screenprint £175.00, a beautifully hand-printed image of the much loved Walthamstow EMD Cinema (currently awaiting news of its fate). Richard Roberts’ prints, framed by E17 Art House, are also on display at Waterstones bookshop in Selbourne Walk shopping mall, Walthamstow. Go to top

Walthamstow Market by Robert M Ball

Robert M Ball

One of the most exciting new illustrators in the business, Walthamstow based Robert M Ball’s unique style has been dubbed ‘Comic Cubism’ by the press. He now has a worldwide fanbase, and his clients include Wired magazine, Bloomsbury Press, Image comics and Sony Entertainment. Robert regularly exhibits at E17 Art House where a selection of his work is always stocked. Robert’s work is also sold at the prestigious Victoria and Albert Museum, London. Go to top

Rosa Doyle

New to E17 Art House, we would like to welcome London artist Rosa Doyle. We have just added Rosa’s cheeky bird screenprints to our collection of affordable art prints. Rosa Doyle is a Printmaker and Illustrator living and working in London. She graduated from Camberwell College of Art in 2009 and takes inspiration from nature and small happenings in everyday life. Go to top

Simon Warren

Simon is a professional location photographer based in Walthamstow. Simon’s “Images of Walthamstow” print (£15.00) is a colourful montage of Walthamstow photos, great as a gift or souvenir of dear old E17. Go to top

Stacie Swift

An Illustrator in love with fineliner pens and colouring pencils, East London based Stacie Swift is making E17 Art House extra fun with her fabulous prints and greeting card range. We love her playful hand-drawn style. One to watch! Go to top

Victoria Eggs

Victoria was awarded ‘Gift of the Year 2012’ for ‘Made in the UK’ for her Tea Towels and Bags which we stock at E17 Art House! Living and working in Islington,Victoria’s designs are simple, quirky and eye-catching and celebrate a love for all things British. All her products, including her stylish teatowels and strong canvas totes are designed and made in Britain. Go to top


"Great advice, friendly service and excellent quality framing. A must for locals and East Londoners. Good selection of greetings cards too."

Michelle G


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