Jimmie Martin - Furniture Designers - Hand Painted Furniture Specialists

Jimmie Martin Limited is a luxury furniture brand established in London since 2004.

Based in Kensington they have recently expanded into soft furnishings ,wallpapers and lamps. As well as having recently founded a separate interior design company – Jimmie Martin & McCoy, www.jimmiemartinandmccoy.com

Shalespeare in Disguise. 15 one-off works by Jimmie Martin. Currenly on show at London showroom. A selected few are currently on show at Gordon Ramsey's Union Street Cafe, London.

Working with private, commercial and high profile clients, Jimmie Martin provides an eclectic showcase of one-off pieces of furniture combining the decadent and quirky with the nostalgic and urban. All pieces are individually finished off with hand painted artwork to either the customer’s choice, or to the ideas of the founders, Jimmie Karlsson and Martin Nihlmar.

In June 2005 Jimmie Martin won the award of best "New Designer in Practice" at the Design and Decorations Awards. Jimmie Martin was also nominated as a finalist in the furniture design category. Their Interior design business Jimmie Martin & McCoy have recently been included in Andrew Martin’s - Interior Design Review Volume 16.

Jimmie Martin designs golden throne for Madonna's Super Bowl half t...

"Featuring a black polished walkway and gilded poles raised above two sphinx’ dripping in black Swarovski crystals, this one of a kind Egyptian inspired work of art would make Cleopatra green with envy. Behind the seat of the throne were the tall and unmistakable initials M.D.N.A (the title and feature track of Madonna’s next album) scrawled in Jimmie Martin’s signature graffiti script. This piece of work has a place in history as both an impactful yet harmonious collaboration between the Queen of Pop – Madonna, and award-winning London based design duo – Jimmie Martin."

Wall hanging rhinos.

Jimmie Martin Limited
77 Kensington Church Street

London W8 4BG United Kingdom

+44 (0)20 79381852 info@jimmiemartin.com

Registered Office in England & Wales Company No 05173802
All designs are registered by Jimmie Martin Limited. Jimmie Martin is a registered Trade Mark - No 2584146
© Jimmie Martin Limited 2014

www.jimmiemartin.com/

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Mixed media sculpture based on my son Ky's childhood.
Copper, earthenware, encaustic, mica, teeth, resin, patina.
10.5" x 14" x 8"

2008-09

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