Established in 2013 on Hoxton Street, Well Hung is an art gallery and framing workshop based in the creative hub of the East End of London. Our art gallery focuses on contemporary urban Street Art and our extensive in-house workshop hones in on bespoke picture framing and Fine-Art printing.
Our passionate and friendly team have decades of experience in the print, frame and fine-art industries and are known for producing work of the highest quality.
Please feel free to pop in for a chat or give us a call on 020 7033 2777 and we’ll happily assist in any way possible.
Over the years we've collected many prints and originals for our exhibitions and as a small gallery we are now running out of space and need to make room for new shows in 2018.
We will be offering the frames for free on all artwork on display at our gallery. Alongside other savings on selected pieces, this will give discounts of up to a whopping 75% off!
Our larger framed pieces won't be on offer on our website, so get yourselves down to our gallery in Hoxton to pick up a bargain. Don't worry if you're not in the area, we're also offering some great deals on our prints on our online shop here. We'll be regularly adding new pieces to the sale, so do keep checking over the next coming weeks to see if your favourite piece is on offer.
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Last Thursday we hosted 'Stick em up' a group paste up exhibition with artists; A.CE, Ben Rider, Donk, Hin, LUAP, My Dog Sighs, Pablo Delgado and Shuby. The opening night was a huge success with our walls adorned in stunning urban art and our gallery space filled with street…
Donk has been one to watch on the Street Art Scene for some years now. You'll find his paste ups on the streets of East London and most recently in New York. Donk is an artist and photographer working within the paste-up tradition. His work combines photography, printmaking and…
Shuby is a leading, British street artist and has pasted her collaged posters in many destinations around the world in cities like New York, London, Paris and Sydney. Her banana and bunny motif have become a naughty but innocent calling card, instantly recognisable and intrinsically humorous. Her work is…