Recite Me
  • Illustration store Room Fifty has paired up with an inclusive design studio to produce nine prints created by artists and designers with learning disabilities and conditions such as autism.
  • RoomFifty was launched two years ago, in a bid to make “the best contemporary art accessible to everyone” by selling limited edition prints online, which start at £20.
  • The company’s founders include The Guardian’s creative director, Chris Clarke, and digital design director, Ben Longden, and also gives half its profits directly to its artists. It currently works with 50 global artists.
  • Intoart was founded in 2000, and is an inclusive design studio and charity based in Peckham, South London. It currently works with 21 artists and designers who have learning disabilities.