Assisted by: Anete Hiie
From The Nest to XOYO to Brixton Electric to Pikes Ibiza to touring clubs across the UK, Artwork has built on Art’s House year-on-year.

DJ Mag


  • A Londoner through and through, Artwork is a man who has been a key part of some of the capital’s pivotal music scenes in the last two decades
  • Best of all, Artwork still doesn’t take life too seriously. Shying away from relentless promo and lifeless social media posting, he lets his impeccable taste in music, top notch production and artful personality speak for itself
  • Stemming from Croydon, Artwork owned a studio above the record shop Big Apple Records, owned by John Kennedy. Alongside Hatcha, they began making garage and pioneering dubstep, then founded Big Apple Music – the label that showed us Digital Mystikz (DMZ), Mala, Coki, Loefah and many more. Big Apple Music also signed Skream and Benga when they were just 15 – a move that had a huge impact on the rest of Artwork’s music career
  • Real name Arthur Smith, his series of tracks named simply ‘Loop’ or ‘Untitled’ made a big impact on the UK’s techno scene, and have been heard within seminal mixes and charts including Richie Hawtin’s ‘Decks, EFX & 909,’ Ben UFO’s ‘Fabriclive’ CD and Derrick May’s mixes at OTV club
Featured Track

Let Go Of This Acid

Featured Video

Boiler Room London DJ Set

Art's vivacious troupe of dancers, mouth-watering street food, summer inspired cocktails and a horde of home comforts only Artwork can provide

Everyone’s welcome at Art’s House.

Ministry Of Sound