Ultrashop is an Online Art gallery. We offer artworks by international artists in limited editions, numbered and signed + luxuriously designed notebooks, handcrafted in our Parisian studio!

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Fine art print is the top of the range exhibition quality printing standard. For this purpose we have chosen pure cotton, acid-free Hahnemühle professional paper that ensures an excellent long-term durability of the printed work. Their UltraChrome pigmented inks are UV resistant and provide stable colour printing and deep blacks. A quality control test is carried out for each art print.

We calculated the formats of our art prints in accordance with the works that we offer. Some of them are compatible with the standards adopted by décor brands. Ultrashop offers you two types of framing: Dibond® mounting and Floater frames.


Luxurious, handcrafted designer notebooks produced in our small Parisian workshop. They are absolutely perfect for noting down things and thoughts on a daily basis. We chose Fedrigoni paper for its excellent quality and for being environmentally friendly.

Our notebooks are Acid free \ Elemental chlorine free \ Heavy metal absence \ Long life Iso 9706 \ FSC certified papers \ PEFC \ Imprim’vert \ Selected secondary fibers

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More about Gnot Guedin

Through comic strips. They made an impression on me at a young age. Drawing followed on naturally after that. Then comic strips again.

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More about Patrick Warner

I’ve always like cinema and film, so photography seemed like a natural extension of that. One of my favorite filmmakers, Stanley Kubrick started off his career as a photographer when he was a kid. I found his street photography work and decided to take the plunge into photography.

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More about Kimbra Audrey

I worked as a model for nearly a decade and was frustrated with the superficial images constantly created of me. I began taking self-portraits during that time as a way to create images of how I actually saw myself. I wanted to create authentic, honest, raw images, and shooting on film and not retouching my photos was the best way for me to do that.