Cass Art does Black Friday Every Day

Cass Art offers the best deals on art supplies all year round, but on Black Friday and Cyber Monday we aim to offer extra special discounts to all artists to help launch the festive season. This year the event will take place from Friday 23rd November 2018.

When it’s best to shop online

Our customer service team are available from 9am to 5:30pm so please feel free to give us a call if you have any issues placing an order.

The offers normally run for a short time period so we would recommend placing your order early so you don’t miss out on any time limited discounts.

Sign up to our newsletter to be the first to know

We contact all our subscribers so they are the first to know when we offer any extra discounts. We’d recommend signing up here so you can keep up to date and snap up exclusive offers.

Register for an account to be ready for the day and Create a wish list

We recommend signing up for an online account so you’re ready to go on the day. You can sign up here. We would also advise making a wish list so you have all your favourites in one place and can share with anyone to give them a hint for Christmas.

Collect your order in store or get an express delivery

We offer free Click & Collect to all our shops when you spend over £10. It takes just 2 days to arrive in store so you will have everything in time for Christmas with no need to worry about staying home for a delivery.

We also offer express delivery so you can get your art materials as soon as possible, and have plenty of time to wrap your presents or get creating ahead of Christmas.

Fun facts about the colour Black

Impressionist painter Pierre-Auguste Renoir: “I’ve been 40 years discovering that the queen of all colours was black.”

Any excuse for Cass Art to talk colour! Did you know that the colour Mars Black takes its name from Mars, the god of war and patron of iron. Or that different civilisations burned different plants to produce their black pigments? The Inuit of Alaska, for example, used wood charcoal mixed with the blood of seals to paint masks, and the Polynesians burned coconuts to produce their pigment.

As an art student, were you ever taught that black wasn’t really a colour, or that you should avoid mixing with with your other paints? Well think again. As Amy Grant said, “Without black, no colour has any depth. You’ve got to be willing to mix black into your palette if you want to create something that’s real.”

Check out some of our existing deals

We always aim to offer the best prices on the best art materials, and a wide range of choice for artists nationwide. 

You can find some of our best savings here.