Changing Lives in the UK Through Designer Recycled Cards - ARTHOUSE Unlimited

Changing Lives in the UK Through Art - ARTHOUSE Unlimited

Meet the talented artists from ARTHOUSE Unlimited. They develop colourful designer products that challenge perceptions about neurodivergence and physical adversities, and champion acceptance and inclusion 

Meet the artists and designers of handmade and recycled cards - Good ThingsARTHOUSE Unlimited artists (from left to right): Molly Parks, Louise Palmer, Michael O’Sullivan and Elanor Sinden

Explore ARTHOUSE Unlimited or discover hundreds of inspiring ethical and sustainable gifts that support charities, empower people and protect the planet at Good Things.

Empowering artists and changing lives

ARTHOUSE Unlimited is a collective of artists who live with neuro-diverse and physical support needs

The artists create their work at sessions led by professional art tutors and these artworks are developed into designs for sale. 100% of the revenue ARTHOUSE Unlimited raises goes back into the charity: they aim to challenge perceptions and create better acceptance and inclusion for all people living with neurodivergence and physical adversities. Currently ARTHOUSE Unlimited represents artists in Surrey, but they hope to expand their reach, working with more artists in towns around the UK.

Louise painting a new design for a handmade and recycled card

Louise painting a new design for a handmade card


Isobel's Story

I’m 23 years old and I live in the new building at the Meath Epilepsy Trust. I’ve only been there a few months, before I lived there I was at Young Epilepsy, another college.

Epilepsy has always been part of my life since I was young. I have night time seizures quite regularly and sometimes have day seizures. Epilepsy makes you very tired.

I love drawing, it calms me down, makes me feel more independent and working with other artists is fun.

My favourite person in the world is my dog Juno, he is a golden Labrador and part of the family.

Discover Isobel's popular Merry Catmas design Christmas card at Good Things.

Isobel Philips - ARTHOUSE Unlimited

ARTHOUSE Unlimited exists to celebrate and promote the work of the artists, providing a sense of purpose and as a result, improved health, happiness and wellbeing. 

Artists create the handmade panda design - recycled and handmade cards

Artists work together to create the handmade panda party card design

Eco-friendly, recycled cards and natural, sustainable gifts

ARTHOUSE Unlimited's sustainable cards are made from 100% recycled, earth-friendly paper. The gorgeous, colourful designs are then hand-printed on to the cards.

Their indulgent soaps, candles and lip balms use organic, plant-based ingredients and come in beautiful and recyclable packaging.

Artists create some handmade designs - handmade and recycled cards

Artists create some handmade designs 

ARTHOUSE Unlimited

Good Things is delighted to share the artwork of ARTHOUSE Unlimited with you. We love these fun, colourful designs and the heartfelt and often humorous messages. Explore their range of hand printed cards, organic and vegan-friendly soaps and lip balms and lots more gifts below. Thank you for helping support their empowering and important work.

ARTHOUSE Unlimited at Good Things

At Good Things you’ll find inspiring ethical and sustainable gifts that support charities, empower people and protect our planet. Discover gifts for all ages and inspiring ideas like cards that plant trees, handmade cushions empowering people in Tanzania and eco toys made from recycled milk bottles. Have a look at our collections.

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