Ultrashop is an Online Art Gallery.

We offer Artworks by International Artists in limited editions, numbered and signed + Designed notebooks handcrafted in our parisian studio!

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© Photo Artwork by Salvatore Matarazzo

As artists developing our own website we wanted to invite artists to join us. The Ultrashop gallery progress organically, evolving in step with our initiatives. We are confident that by joining forces our chances of success, as well as individual and collective visibility increase.

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Fine art print is the top of the range exhibition quality printing standard. For this purpose we have chosen Hahnemühle professional paper that ensures an excellent printed work. The UltraChrome pigmented inks provide stable colours and deep blacks.

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Our Fine Art Prints are Acid free and lignin-free, Pure cotton, Long life ISO 9706, UltraChrome K3 pigment inks, Colour stability, UV resistance.

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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.

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Little notebooks

Our Stationery is 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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A5 Notebooks



High Quality

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Two Guns, Arizona - Kyle McDougall - Ultrashop Read more

More about Kyle McDougall

I had worked with film for a brief period of time at the start of my career, but it wasn’t until a few years ago that I re-discovered it and decided to completely make the switch from digital. This also came at a point in my career where my focus was starting to shift from creating ‘traditional’ landscape images to the work I’m capturing now.

Wild - Kimbra Audrey - Ultrashop Read more

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.

Kicked-over stool - Keira Grant - Stephane Bienfait - Ultrashop Read more

More about Stéphane Bienfait

When I was little, I loved observing reflections through materials, I liked the changes in colour and I watched walls at night… I absorbed a mass of visual information. I later had the opportunity to study at art school where I presented a photography thesis with my texts in the form of a magazine.