MostlyManx was founded in 2007 by Dian Skelton who wanted to raise the profile of the many talented Manx artisans. 

MostlyManx is dedicated to the promotion of Isle of Man artisans, through the use of our retail locations, internet presence and public events. 

At the MostlyManx shop in Douglas, Isle of Man, customers can enjoy a refreshing return to 'traditional' shopping, with the emphasis on quality, locally crafted items – and a warm, personal service. Gorgeous gift-wrapping and a relaxed atmosphere created by the luxury shop fittings all add up to a pleasurable shopping experience.

The striking logo symbolising MostlyManx is an echo of the Island’s traditional Three Legs. Instead of three legs, however, the logo features three hands joining together in unity. This is based on the philosophy that artisans predominantly use their hands to produce their work and often work together to share ideas and inspiration. The style of the script used in the lettering is a combination of Celtic and Latin to reflect traditional skills and values. The colours are based on the blues of the Laxey Manx tartan.