Arty Farty Exhibition

After much anticipation Arty Farty was finally here! I was very excited to see my work in print (something I don't do nearly as much as I would like to,) and it was great to see it on a wall alongside some fantastic illustrators. 

"The Hippo Hunt"
Based on the painting "The Hippopotamus and Crocodile Hunt" by  Peter Paul Rubens
A2 digital print on 250gsm paper

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"Not Your Mum, Not Your Milk."
Based on the painting "The Virgin and the Child" by Dirk Bouts
A3 digital print on 350gsm silk paper
 

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One Day Until Arty Farty!

Here's another sneak peek of what to expect from the Arty Farty exhibition hosted by Hero of Switzerland. Seeing all this amazing work together has got me even more excited!

The exhibition is at 5th Base Gallery, just off of Brick Lane in Shoreditch.
FB Event here

Hope you can make it!

Arty Farty Sneak Peek

Just 2 days now to go until Arty Farty, an exhibition of work poking fun at classic and modern art hosted by Hero of Switzerland


I'll be exhibiting alongside some top-notch artists and some good friends. Add free beer into the equation and you have the recipe for an excellent night.

Below are two little sneak peeks of what I will be exhibiting at the show.

If you're interested in coming here is the event on Facebook.

Bank Holiday Painting

This weekend I checked out the Meeting of Styles in the Nomadic Community Gardens in Shoreditch. It was an excellent day, cold beers, beautiful weather, good music and it was an honour to see so many excellent artists doing their thing. I also had to chance to paint a quick off-the-cuff dude on one of the free walls. It was a blast working with Loop Colours, the super vibrant colours and their sweet pressure were a dream to work with.

I also finally got around to painting shutters of Paradise Slice on Brick Lane. I was up at the crack of dawn on Monday morning to paint this slobby pizza party boy and felt really good blasting over my stolen pizza shark design.

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The surface of the shutter and working on a larger scale proved challenging but I was pretty happy with my first proper piece of street art.

Massive thanks to the beautiful Caitlin Campbell for the photos, being a keen second pair of eyes and all of your help. Also big shout out to Dan and Noura at Paradise Slice for being excellent people and super cool.

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