I was recently asked to help with the refurbishment of the Alwyn Castle pun in Islington. This work involved transforming a shipping container-tuned bar into a treasure chest as well as painting a 7ft mural to be installed on the pub’s ceiling.
I currently have 4 new paintings on display at INKD gallery in Brighton as part of the ‘Snapshot’ exhibition. The show launched on May 1st and runs for a month…new pieces pictured below. If interested in purchasing, I’d suggest contacting the gallery.
Been a while since Iv’e updated the news section here. I mainly blame the instant appeal of sites like Instagram and Facebook for the decline in street/graffiti artists feeling motivated to update their personal websites, which is a shame as both mentioned sites generally compromise the quality of artwork that’s often predominantly viewed in a digital context due to it’s short time on the street.
I was recently asked by the Cock’n'Bull gallery to paint a wall upstairs from them in Mark Hix’s ‘Tramshed’ restaurant on Rivington street. I’m in esteemed company as the main dining area exhibits a huge custom installation from Damien Hirst.
I was asked by restaurant curator Kurt Zdesar to paint 2 huge new walls for his new frontier ‘Chotto Matte‘ opening in Soho on Frith street on September 14th. The Japanese restaurant boasts 2 huge floors with each providing us with a 17 meter canvas to project ourselves onto. I couldn’t have asked for a better brief- ‘We want some fucking cool, sexy graffiti, inspired by contemporary Tokyo/Japan’. It’s safe to say I had a lot of fun on this…