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Urban Gypset is the name given to our clothing store founded and named after the duo who created it.

Amanda Pearce an internationally renown make up and photographic stylist along with Urban Artist and writer Sketch 86 amalgamate their skills to form the Urban Gypset team.

The Urban Gypset concept was created after the two’s journey’s collided back in 2009 and together continued in a whirlwind fashion combining the jet set lifestyle of Amanda with the Urban talent of Sketch86.  From international travels to exclusive exhibitions and an artisan Gallery in St. Ives, the journey continues with the couple engaged both creatively and personally in Cornwall all this great new location in Helston, boasting a unique fashion boutique in front of house and a large art garden with 25 foot mural wall.

To follow the two’s wild worldwide journey, check out our Street art stories feed in our Blog section.




  1. Lesley Hall
    August 12, 2016 7:51 pm Reply

    I would like to say a massive thank you to Sketch for passing on his artistic skills to my two children, Eleanor and Samuel, whilst we were on holiday during July 2016. They completed two fantastic canvases, an owl and Leicester City Football theme, which are both now pride of place on their bedroom walls. It is amazing how much you can learn in 3 hours! Further more Eleanor is greatly inspired to include this style of painting for her GCSE in art which she will be starting in September. Both my children really enjoyed the whole experience and want to go back to do another painting when we are next in Cornwall. Looking forward to meeting you again Sketch.

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