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Art Commissions by Pistache, from Canvas to Street Art Murals and Traditional Sign Painting.

We accept art commissions from private collectors, art galleries and international brands. At Pistache, we paint traditional canvases as well as indoor and outdoor murals. As you can see, we keep our projects varied and don’t get too stuck on any particular style. This keeps our work fresh and ensures each client has a totally unique piece of art. Please scroll down the page for more information about Corporate and Private Art Commissions.

Art Commissions

For all Corporate Art Commissions and Brand Collaboration Enquiries.

  • Please contact Pistache Artists and mark your email for the attention of Jamie and he’ll get back to you asap. The more details you can provide about your project, the quicker we can reply with an informed answer.

Ordering Private Art Commissions from Pistache.

  • If you want to order an art commission, please contact Pistache Artists. We’ll get back to you asap.
  • We can paint on traditional high quality art canvas or directly on to walls.
  • Other materials can also be painted on, if you have something specific in mind.
  • Worldwide shipping and guaranteed delivery dates if you need your art for a special occasion.

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Why we Paint Art Commissions at Pistache.

Why do we paint art commissions? Everyone can pick up a brush and paint. We’re sure that they should more often. The world would be a better place. What we’re not sure about is if everyone has the creative gene. We’re not talking about posting a photo of your eggs Benedict on Instagram with some special filter.

For us creativity is an energy that we have to get out of us so that we can live a (relatively) normal life. If we don’t let it out, we’re probably not the nicest people to be around! If we weren’t making a living being creative, we’d still have to do it in our spare time. It’s our therapy.

We’ve been painting since we can remember. Luckily enough our dad is really artistic. He’s capable of reproducing almost any style of artwork. So we had a good base for learning techniques and styles of art. We were also lucky to have a really good art teacher at school. He turned us on to Jean Michel Basquiat(before he became everyone’s favourite artist), screen printing and artistic risk taking.

Art commissions are a great way for us to express that creativity. Working on a brief set by a client pushes us in directions that we might not have chosen ourselves. We’ve been asked to work on all kinds of creative projects. From painting murals in subway stations in Kuala Lumpur to reproducing Picasso’s Guernica on the same scale as the original.

We love it when we get the opportunity to paint live and interact with the people and environment around us. Probably the highlight so far was when the Royal Academy of Arts in London asked us to paint live and display our work at one of their events.

Private art commissions are also great to work on. We’ve been lucky to work with some people who have some really interesting ideas. We make sure that we fulfill the brief set by the client. Then we add some elements to the piece that they wouldn’t expect. So they have something special to look at when they first see the completed artwork.

How we paint Art Commissions.

How do we paint art commissions at Pistache? We use the best materials possible for every project we work on. We’re lucky to be sponsored by some amazing art supplies brands. We’d like to give a special shout out to Posca. They make sure we have an almost endless supply of their paint pens. We use them on almost all of our art commissions in one way or another.

We also go to extreme lengths to source special items to paint on like vintage surfboards, 80s skateboards and antique canvases. This adds more value and uniqueness to the final piece.

If you are interested in finding out more about art commissions by Pistache, get in touch.