We had a number of Jubilee workshops from 2nd - 5th June at our Islington, Hampstead and Kensington stores. There was crown making, face painting, a big diamond hunt and lots more!Read more
Tom Gauld has created four Bird strips for Varoom as part of Varoom’s partnership with Cass Art. Tom’s new book, Goliath, was recently published by Drawn & Quarterly. The Times said "Gauld’s Goliath is a master class in reduction…a celebration of the Christian underdog becomes a subtle meditation on the power of spin and the absurdity of war.”Read more
Cass Art took over The Other Art Fair at Ambika P3 in May 2012 with an interactive, creative art space for all the visitors. Teaming up with a number of artists to bring the space to life, visitors could take part in Art Macabre life drawing salons, stencil making and screen printing, add their own contribution to the fair in our visitors’ gallery whilst kids got to work on a huge wall mural.
Broken Fingaz Crew is the first street art collective to come out of Haifa, Israel. The event was supported by the British Israeli Arts Training Scheme (BI ARTS) a British Council initiative in partnership with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Culture and Sport in Israel on Friday 20th April 2012 in the Old Truman Brewery in collaboration with NOWAY and Cass Art.
Mark Cass owner of Cass Art gave all staff a signed A2 print by artist Christoph Niemann to commemorate the 10th year of Cass Art and the appointment of James Bidwell as managing director. Christoph Niemann is one of today’s most creative illustrators.
Rob Auton's film is a harsh comment on the perverse salaries earned (if earned is the right word) by Premiership Footballers today. In A Footballer's Life For Me, Rob Auton wonders what life would be like for a humble art shop assistant, living on the same salary as a Premiership footballer.
The Middlesex University illustrators were in store during early February weekends to create secret valentines. Our customers were asked to write their loved ones address on the back of a blank postcard and then the postman would post them directly to their love with a surprise illustration to treasure.