Untitled print

Untitled print

An untitled print that I've yet to finish, yet I have exposed it to the natural elements and seasons for over a year now. It's been a fascinating exploration to see how the transformation of paper and elements change in some unexpected ways. The work continues whilst I consider how I will use it exactly.


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Urban Art Brixton - open art fair 9th & 10th July

Urban Art Brixton - open art fair 9th & 10th July

Join me on the 9th July when I make my debut appearance exhibiting at Urban Art BrixtonNow celebrating their 15th year, South London’s tree-lined street, Josephine Avenue, will once again be transformed into a bustling open air Art Fair Saturday and Sunday, free entry 10am to 6pm.

Come by and say hello. I'll be joining over 200 exhibitors who you can buy direct from the artists ranging in disciplines; Painting, Printmaking, Photography, Mixed Media and Street Art.

UPDATE: Had a great day meeting loads of different people. Those that stopped to look at my collections seemed to really connect with my work. My latest work, In Brands we Trust, proved to be one of the most popular - unless you ask the scores of young kids who all shouted "Wow, Batman!" as their parents grabbed them away from my area.

Certainly hoping to attend next years event. In the meantime, sign up to my newsletter if you'd like to know which other art fairs and exhibits my work will be appearing in next.

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Masks of Fear

Masks of Fear

There's always an excitement from watching an idea develop from concept to print. This week I'm particularly excited to be in Yeti Screenprint's studio to watch my latest print edition (Masks of Fear) come to life with ink.

This collection follows the zeitgeist of current political demagogues. Specifically exploring the theme of political prejudice with the juxtaposition of controversial political figures against their adversaries 'masks of fear'.

Big thanks to Ed for his efforts.

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