Mo Coppoletta is featured in a short film by Ryan Hope entitled SKIN. The film is about the collaborative project between Damien Hirst and Mo Coppoletta for the launch issue of Garage Magazine. Filmed in London and Los Angeles, the documentary includes footage of Mo working with Hirst on two designs for tattoos.
Days of Wine & Roses, Vettriano's first exhibition in London for over four years, had a distinctly Continental feel, featuring paintings inspired by the artist's visits to Milan and the French Riviera alongside some of his signature darker interiors, exploring the more erotic side of his imagination. The exhibition consisted of 35 new works, including the Tuiga series of paintings that were premièred at the Yacht Club of Monaco as part of their centenary celebrations in September 2009.
The Family Business was the inaugural exhibition held at Heartbreak and featured over thirty photographic portraits by Fredi Marcarini of the famous tattoo artist, Mo Coppoletta, his team of artists and their extraordinary clients. The portraits are featured in a new book, Tattooed by the Family Business, published by Pavilion Books.
A limited edition boxed-set of all seven images from The Bluebird Collection of paintings by Jack Vettriano has been published by Heartbreak Publishing to mark the 75th anniversary of Sir Malcolm Campbell's final World Land Speed record, timed at Bonneville Salt Flats, Utah, in 1935.