• Storm Brewing - 25th Anniversary Artwork

      The Storm Brewing Company, nestled in Waterside, Macclesfield, recently marked a significant milestone as it celebrated its 25th Anniversary. Ba...
  • Afflecks Palace

    Afflecks Palace is a shopping centre located in Manchester, England. It is known for its alternative, indie and punk clothing, accessories, and ar...
  • Gaskell Tower - Knutsford

      Gaskell Memorial Tower is found in Knutsford, Cheshire. Our colourful artwork celebrates the quirky and eclectic building design, with the buil...
  • Magpie Mine

    The exposed remains of Magpie Mine are found in the Peak District and is well known industrial heritage site. It was the last working lead mine in ...
  • Merry Christmas!

    This Christmas season, the Courthouse Collective store will be shut between 22nd December - 4th January. Any orders made during this time will be p...
  • Chatsworth House

      The beautiful Chatsworth House is the most iconic building in Derbyshire. A favourite for walkers, art, and garden enthusiasts. The grand estate...
  • Buxton Opera House - What's on show?

    Our artwork captures the Opera House on a warm and sunny summers evening. Hidden silhouettes can be found in the windows.

    We have hidden many theatrical, operatic, musical and comedic references throughout.

  • Cat & Fiddle - Hey Diddle Diddle

    The Cat and Fiddle Pub sits amongst the dramatic backdrop of the Peak District National Park. At 1,689 feet above sea level, the stone building, built in 1813, was taken  over by Forest Distillery in the past few years and is now Britain’s highest altitude whisky distillery.

    The colours are inspired by the heather and beautifully bleak moorland that surrounds the building. The light stripes are from the speeding traffic that zooms past the sleepy location.

  • West Park - Shinning a Light on our Artwork.

      West park museum is located on Prestbury Road in Macclesfield. It was donated by Marianne and Peter Brocklehurst to the public and it has been...
  • Picturedrome - Under The Spotlight

    Picturedrome was once a cinema in 1911 but now a pop up food hall. It's unique character inspired a whole host of cinema related hidden themes from the golden era of movies.
  • Arighi Bianchi - What's in store?

    The story of Arighi and Bianchi is shown through subtle visual silhouettes and imagery, such as a toboggan, a horse and a map of Lake Como, referencing their journey from Italy to Macclesfield. 

    The AB picture shows the story of Arighi Bianchi and weaves historical narratives into the artwork.

  • Lovell Telescope - The Secrets of our Universe.

    Many of you have been asking what all the hidden references in our artwork mean, so we have finally written them down.

    On the left on the picture, you will see our depiction of Dave Bowman, the astronaut from 2001 a space odyssey, sat on the bench contemplating the meaning of life.