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The latest news and updates from the Teddy M Studio...

NEW - Curves & Contours

17 Nov 2017

Fresh from his client visit to Milan and tour of the local art museums, Teddy M has returned to the studio to create a new series of works on paper titled, Curves & Contours.

Each piece echoes the warmth and vibrancy of summer while celebrating the female form.

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Garage Italia Launch Party

Milan, 7 Nov 2017

Teddy M was a guest of Lapo Elkann at the launch of the new Garage Italia Headquarters in Milan.

Teddy had previously visited the striking yet derelict building in 2016 while delivering artwork to Lapo.

"The historical architecture, affectionately known as the 'Spaceship' is beautifully complimented by a truly amazing and contemporary interior. The huge wall of colour swatches alone has an enormously powerful effect, an artist and creative's paradise." Teddy M

The South Florida Luxury Guide

Nov/Dec 2017

Teddy M features in the Art Basal, Miami edition of The South Florida Luxury Guide.

To read a virtual copy of the magazine, please visit

Thank you to writer Jerry Perez for selecting the Teddy M Range Rover Autobiography to feature alongside the latest BMW art car.

Tommy Hilfiger

October 2017

Thank you Tommy Hilfiger 🙏

"I am deeply flattered an icon of American design and someone with such a staggering art collection and who hung out with Andy Warhol and Basquiat has now offered such praise for my own work" Teddy M.

The Design Museum, London

October 2017

Teddy M was delighted to be invited to meet a Director and Lead Curator of the Design Museum.

They discussed interest in Teddy M's work and maybe there will be more to tell in the future...

The building alone is an amazing piece of architecture and well worth a visit!

Rolls-Royce Motor Cars London

September 2017

Having seen his Range Rover Art Car and other works, the Brand Director of Rolls-Royce London invited Teddy M to their dealership in Berkeley Square to discuss an art car project.