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Tuesday, July 21, 2015

Berlin - Germany.

I've been a bit slow with this blog lately. Lots of organising and experimenting in the studio ready for some new projects for the end of this year and early next year. I'm almost back up to speed now so over the next few weeks i'll be back to much more frequent content for a while. 

This fantastic project was organised in Berlin by Urban nation. Its on Alvenslebenstrabe, Schoneberg in Berlin. It was an amazing space to paint, almost sculptural in quality with multiple surfaces to paint. It's a tricky one to photograph. 

Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Fremantle, Western Australia.

After painting the silos in Northam this spring i ended up in Fremantle just outside of Perth to paint for Form again for public 2015


Wednesday, July 01, 2015

Video of Northam silos, western Australia.

I'm working on a few big projects at the moment so this blog and my emails are a little behind. Sorry about that.

Below is a fantastic video made by Peacock visuals of the work i did in Australia with Form this year. It really shows the scale of these things.

PUBLIC | Art in the Wheatbelt from Peacock Visuals on Vimeo.

Sunday, May 10, 2015

Northam grain silos, Western Australia.

I've been away from home for a while now so i've not really managed to keep up to date with this blog. I'm back now so over the next week or so i'll get things up to speed. 
This is a huge project i did out in Western Australia with Form where i spent over two weeks painting on these 38 metre high grain silos. It was a truly fantastic experience and amazing to get the chance to work on this sort of scale. 


Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Old street, East london.

A new wall i recently painted in East london. Many thanks for Red market and Altlondon for making this happen.

The last two pictures above are by Monoprixx.

Sunday, February 15, 2015

Etching book.

I'm working hard in the studio at the moment putting together a postcard size book. The collection will be about thirty high quality reproductions of these hand coloured copper plate etchings. All drawn in miniature under a magnifying glass. Each copper plate is only 11cm. It's painstakingly slow work but it feels great experimenting and pushing the boundaries of my print work.  
         Over the next month or two i'll iron out the details, but i aim to hand print the covers and do a run that should take a while to sell out. Not as big a run as my last book but enough to stop it selling out the same day. I'm travelling a lot soon so my studio time will disappear, but i intend on making sure its out some time this summer.