Art Eye Creative Consultancy

  • Photography
  • Web Design

Working with other creative businesses is always challenging and incredibly rewarding. Jen from Art Eye approached us with a clear vision for a new website for her rapidly expanding creative consultancy business. We were tasked with designing a brand new site that could incorporate all of the different strands of the business - from consultancy services to an artist directory to a members area with paid subscriptions - all with the look and feel of a high end magazine.


Thanks to some beautiful photography (courtesy of Sal) of some of the incredible art and interior schemes in Art Eye’s portfolio of work, and an incredibly powerful and dynamic content management system built by we were able to design a range of page layouts with real visual impact and that certainly deliver on the ‘luxe’ magazine style aesthetic.


We've been working with Art Eye Creative Consultancy for the past couple of years on a number of photo shoots for their promotional material, both printed and digital.

Always interesting to work with in various locations, showcasing stunning artwork in beautiful spaces.





I'm incredibly proud of Art Eye's new website, which was co-created by Design Room Cornwall and Mike's Imagination. It's visually stunning, easy to use, and entirely flexible. Working to a very demanding brief, their technical attention to detail and design talent has been outstanding.


As Art Eye grows, we're very excited to build upon this beautiful platform for independent artists: it provides the perfect opportunity to showcase work in the luxury sector - dedicated to engaging new audiences by sharing stories of inspiration, passion and skill.


Jen Larkin, Founder of Art Eye.

Example page from Art Eye website

Example page from Art Eye website


Example page from Art Eye website


Example page from Art Eye website


Example page from Art Eye website


Interior reflections at Polzeath


interior design photography at Lanyon


Interiors photographed for Art Eye Creative Consultancy


Ben Barrell sculpture on display