Unique, affordable art and snacks by Scottish makers

Glasgow, United Kingdom

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About ArtistsTuckShop

Sales 112
On Etsy since 2019

We stock and sell artist-made snacks and artworks to help boost artists’ finances. And we’ve pinched the idea of a tuck shop to do so…

Artists’ Tuck Shop is a project that supports artists to increase income generation from art-related activities, aimed at enabling them to reduce time spent working in unrelated employment and thus focus more time on developing their creative careers.

We do this by commissioning artists to make unique, affordable art objects for us to sell on their behalf at markets, events, festivals and pop-ups via our tuck trolley, wholesale and online shop.

We also produce homemade snacks with artists using responsibly sourced ingredients and packaged using environmentally materials to sell at markets and pop-ups or via wholesale and catering services.

10% of all sales goes to our art commission fund to commission new works by new artists on an ongoing basis!

Shop members

  • David McDiarmid

    Curator, Maker

    David is an Artist, Curator and Restaurant Manager. He followed up his undergrad in Painting at Gray's School of Art, 2013, with an MLitt in Curatorial Practice between Glasgow School of Art and the University of Glasgow last year.

  • Jon Nicolson


    Jon is an artist and kitchen sales assistant, based in Glasgow. Also graduating from Painting from Gray’s, 2013, Jon has a keen interest in illustration, graphic design and web design and is also a dab hand in the kitchen.

  • Stuart C Noble


    Stuart is another graduate from the Painting course at Gray’s, making illustrations and sculptures under the alias Bushi Artist and is also a keen model-maker. Alongside his practice, he works as a Bakery Assistant.

  • Emma Rogers


    Emma also graduated from the same Painting class at Gray’s, and now lives and works in Glasgow where her practice focuses on the sculptural qualities within origami. Alongside her practice Emma works full time as a Duty Manager at a café.

  • Rachel Rogers


    Rachel is the designer and maker behind RR Designs. She creates sterling silver collections that explore the sculptural elements within jewellery design. She splits her jewellery practice with a side job at local gift shop.

Production partners

  • Glasgow Ceramics Studio

    Glasgow, Scotland

    Ceramics studio where we make use of their kiln hire to bisque fire and glaze fire our ceramic products

  • Mixam

    Watford, England

    Commercial printer

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