Page Hunka

Born in Beirut in 1963, his mother was the local daughter of a customs officer and his Dad an engineer from Cork, Ireland.
Page showed an interest in art and creativity as a youngster. When only 3, his mother disappeared during the conflicts of the ‘70’s and Page and his father moved from job to job around the Middle East and South America. His schooling was sporadic, but he always stuck to his art, which travels well!
Graduating from Ecole de la chambre syndicate in the early 90’s he worked with Ralph Lauren, Berluti, Dunhill and Fendi, latterly settling in with the MacQueen label from 2005.
Just as his great friend MacQueen died in 2010, Hunka, with a share of the business, found himself in a financial position to take his wife and 4 children to live in the less chaotic surroundings of a farm in Grasse, South of France. His father (retired back in Cork) invented an engineering widget that is used across the globe in sub aqua diving equipment, and spends his time travelling the world in pursuit of the remaining coral reefs, as an ambassador for the Coral reef alliance.
Page works with a small body of self-employed workers in a collection of barns deep in the Provence countryside, carrying on his passion of textiles and hand guided embroidery.

View his collection of artwork here.

Tommy T


Born 1983,From the rougher side of the tracks, by self-admission, he was trawled through foster homes and then young offenders where he picked up a passion for metal work and latterly the art of metal.
At home in a heavy engineering sort of atmosphere- he transforms every day objects he finds in skips and charity shops and creates all sorts of wild and wonderful things- perhaps a cheeky fascination with some well known brands finds their way onto one or two of the pieces in the most unexpected way.
Once wild, now tamed, Tommy T makes exclusively for The Snug- we ensure that all items limited edition- (besides he bores easily)- and we love him and his stuff! 

Finley Plugge

My name is Plugge.

Born in England in 2000. From an early I was creating art apparently like a maniac

In the beginning I was able to combine the beauty and the ugliness of the world through texture and perspective- my passion is for mixed media and experimenting with all types of messy stuff

Spending time and getting lost in the far east, has added a whole new dimension to my art and the wonderful deep snow in Japan inspired some of my snow art, as I like to call it.  

Combined with my old textured style has led to new invigorating ideas which I produce in the depths of Kent from my studio.


Franco Von Furstenburg | 1965 - 2003



He worked in Stockholm into the 1990’s at advertising agency Crispin Porter + Bogusky and latterly headed up the creative department for Northern Europe.



He died in 2003 taking refuge at the Betty Ford Clinic, California - accounts suggest he had taken a bottle of his favourite Mackmyra Vit Hund Swedish Schnapps high up in a large Cypress Tree, dressed in his favourite Kaftan- startled by a security guards torch and barking dog, he fell some 60ft and died from his injuries 3 Days later.



The Snug owner met him and his brother, Max, in the small ski area of Hinterthal, Austria the year before he died in 2003.



Originals of all his artworks are held by his family in Germany at the Museum Schloss Furstenberg adorning the walls of the private turreted wing - some are with his siblings scattered about the world. This Series is the first to be reproduced by brother Max and distributed by The Snug, with 100% of the royalty proceeds being donated to the Addiction Centre of Klinicum in Stutggart.



Limited Edition of 75 Signed and embossed Max Von Furstenburg 



Textured Heavy Weight Acid-Free Archival Watercolour Paper with Lightfast Inks