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Another Sophie Long print purchased

August 16th, 2019

… Having bought 2 pieces of art from Sophie Long for our Wokingham office curation project, our Director of Business Development Simon Anderson Edward, decided he liked her work so much, he has bought a piece for himself.   “Dying Out” (which is part of Sophie’s phasing out of painting bees) is a signed and Read More


Supporting Thierry Noir’s Art Academy – Shoreditch

August 7th, 2019

… We’re at it again. Flight Logistics-ShipArtTM is sponsoring another great cause, this time it’s artist Thierry Noir’s “Art Academy” event in support of The Kids Network charity.   Flight offered to collect all Thierry’s artwork from his studio in Berlin and ship it to the event in London and then afterwards, to return anything Read More

“One Small Step” – exhibition and an auction

August 12th, 2019

The Other Art Fair, Saatchi Art, and curator Ben Moore united to help raise much needed funds for MAG (Mines Advisory Group) whose mission is to clear landmines and unexploded bombs from conflict-affected communities. So far the total stands at close to £30,000.   One small step can be the difference between life and death, and Read More

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Packing Baboons

August 5th, 2019

… Challenging delivery requests such as getting a selection of fragile baboons safely to the other side of the world, requires an experienced art handling company with highly skilled and trained staff, bespoke fragile services, a global network of local and dependable partners, and professional art packing services capable of packing the many shapes and Read More


How Much is that Doggy in the Window?

August 2nd, 2019

… It’s an old question, but we’re keen to understand current opinion on the subject. Should galleries and artists display the price of a piece of work both in the gallery and online?   To price or not to price artwork?   Jeff Koon’s “Balloon Dog”   Have you ever browsed art online or walked Read More

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In conversation with Medico Beauty

July 31st, 2019

… Welcome to our second article in a short series that looks at the Sustainable, Ethical, or Environmentally Friendly measures that some of our e-commerce clients commit to. It has become apparent to us that producer and consumer attitudes towards selling and buying are changing.   With 2019 predicted to be “The Year of the Read More

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Artists, temporary exports and Carnets

July 29th, 2019

… A Carnet can help you avoid paying Import Duty and Tax (such as VAT or GST) as well as delays at borders.   What is a Carnet? A Carnet (also known as Merchandise Passports) is an international customs document that permits you to temporarily export, import and return your artwork and accessories for fairs, Read More


Sustainable, Ethical, Environmentally Friendly Businesses – ecostrawz

July 26th, 2019

… It has become apparent to us through changes to product lines and the ways that some of our clients are marketing their brands, that producer and consumer attitudes towards selling and buying are changing.   There’s an obvious uplift by our e-commerce clients towards committing environmentally friendly measures into their products, packing and shipping Read More