All of these images are screen printed onto birch ply wood.
Currently doing a Residency at the moment at Islington Mill. It is GREAT!
my Residency blog can be seen here.. http://loseandthengain.tumblr.com
A wonderfully eclectic mix of artists involved in the exhibition, here are some photos of the opening evening and some during the day.
My Lantern is made of cosmic coloured fabiano paper with a hand cut design on it. Looks great with a light in it. For photos from the other artists in the exhibition go here..
I exhibited a digitally print of the Record Shack in Walley Range for the ‘Street View’ exhibition curated by Skyliner at NQ2022. I have a soft spot for the Record Shack as it has always been there, is never really open but when you do go in it is a chaotic vinyl hunting adventure run by an old man.
Skyliner is dedicated to the pursuit of rare and fascinating art, architecture and history.
This print can be bought in the Skyliner Shop
I have recently customised a La Sardina DIY Lomography camera which will be exhibited at the Lomography Gallery Store East London on Thursday 17th January.
My camera will be exhibited alongside Kid Acne, Felt Misstress, Malarky, Pete Fowler, Supermundane, Gemma Correll, Donna Wilson and Chris Howker to name a few ace creatives!
My approach to the camera for resourceful and as per usual a bit daft, I saw the La Sardina camera as a bird.. that big flash had to be a head right…?
Using the little wooden bits you get when you buy pre made canvasses (due to my hording nature I had a tin box full) as my feathers I figured out the best way to present them onto the camera, then painted and glued them on.
I then didn’t like what i did and started again, so the photos to see here are the initial attempt and the finish product looks something similar, if not better. The back is painted all over and I also customised the coloured flash parts for different head pieces.
There will be free beers provided by Saint Beer So let them know how much you enjoy their brew at @EnjoySaint
Keep up to date with the exhibitions deets with #letsplaysardines
And HERE BEEEE the link on the lomography website.
Thanks to Lomography for asking me to do this, it was so much fun and a nice start to 2013!
According to Creative Review emerald green is the colour of 2013. Now i’m not normally one to follow trends, I just do what I like, especially when it comes to colours. I fancied a change from the sports grey ones i had been printing and these caught my eye. Love the colour! So get in ahead with next years trend and buy one of these jumpers from the online shop this year! (well.. 24 days)