I am thrilled to announce that I have been selected to take part in TRIBE 17 with Chrom-Art in October. The international art festival will be taking place at the Bargehouse, OXO Tower Wharf on the South Bank in London. Subscribe to my newsletter to be kept in the loop of all events I will be participating in.
Thanks to Kingston Arts for putting on a great #KAOS event at Court Farm cafe. I had a lot of fun taking part and met some local people who enjoyed interacting with the artists on show. I managed to sell all my work on display and more! I am pictured above with a buyer who was very pleased to complete his man cave by decorating it with a guitar stencil.
It is Kingston Artists Open Studios from the 10/11 until the 17/18th June. I have been at Court Farm Cafe among other creators demonstrating my stenciling skills! If you are a local then make sure you come and say hi on Sunday 18th June. Having already sold a couple of pieces, I am very much enjoying my time with Kingston Arts.
I am delighted to announce I will be exhibiting my artwork at Roy’s People Art Fair in September. Make a note of the date and location if you plan to be in London at that time! I have been working hard on new work and can’t wait to show it over the summer. Click on the banner below to find out more.
Watch the creation process of one of my figurative stencils on vinyl. This piece was made with six separate stencils. Commissions are available framed at £150 each email@example.com.
My ‘Zoetrope’ is an ongoing project that is constantly rumbling on in the back of my head. This is the latest development inspired by the film and musical Billy Elliot. This is created with LED light strips, an electric circuit and a small motor.
I have been working on creating a lot of new work recently but found time to make this special commission for a very big Kiss fan. It is spray paint through layered stencil on a vinyl record. 12 x 12 inches framed. I am very flexible with any commission requests so please don’t hesitate to contact me if you would like to talk about a project!
This piece is based on an iconic jacket from the 80’s and 90’s, around the time that hip hop’s influence was growing. Tommy Hilfiger was one of the first designer labels to notice the power of the streets. Car loads of free Hilfiger clothing was given to people in the projects in New York and the sidewalks became concrete runways showcasing high fashion.
‘Big Flag’ represents the story of working class people and their influence on high end fashion, creating a culture that would change music forever.