I recently completed a wall painting in the Camden offices of music management companies ATC and Mainstage.
The space had no windows, so i thought five would help...
As part of the launch of the new YCN website, I produced a large handmade flag to adorn the HQ, the flag is made of workwear fabrics to represent the "anything is possible with graft " attitude of YCN
New screenprint available here in the shop.
This Thursday 18th is the opening night of new print show in Soho, Situated on the Walkers court alley. Open till 2nd November.
ATG have brought out a fantastic new book. now on sale exlusively at the A.T.G website here
A selection of bold screen prints are also available
The hand assembled books, in a limited run of 150, feature colour printing and grayscale on a variety of paper stocks. and comes witha free screen print.
There are some amazing images and nice stories in a well rounded publication, a perfect gift for those interested in adventure, risk and colour!
Myself and Jean Jullien each produced a handpainted deckchair for the YCN Staycations exhibition. Try them out in their 72 Rivington Street store...
I have just exhibited this Olympic inspired collage, entiltled "Devotion" in a group show in Hampstead, organised by Alvarado Gallery.
was asked by my friend Dave lane to contribute to the first edition of food and culture journal, "The Gourmand"
For full info on the publication, visit the website
The concept I came up was was to represent design movements of the 20th century through specially arranged plates of appropriate food, finished with hand cut paper tablecloth backgrounds.
Photography by Luke Kirwan
The Gourmand is a new magazine about food and the culture thereof. It is not gourmet; it isn’t precious or on-trend or uninteresting (in the way only those people tasked with trying to eat tiny leaning-tower-of-Pisa-style plates of food might find it interesting). A gourmand is a person who “takes pleasure and interest in food of all kinds” and the contents of this publication reflect that.
Head down to 34 Marshall St just off Carnaby St. for a great selection of screenprints, on until the 24th June