Last year, Saatchi Magazine came by my London studio to discuss the inspirations behind my work. Check out the vid above.
Saatchi Magazine came by the studio yesterday to see what I've been up to. Write up and video coming soon.
My new online is up and running. Yes.... finally! You will be able to pick up prints, canvases and original paintings.
To celebrate the launch I will be releasing an original piece of art every week for £50.00. It could be a one of print, a piece from the archives or a new painting. Good times.
Click HERE to check it out and pick yourself up some new work for your white walls :D
This year I signed with London based gallery IMITATE MODERN and will showcase a few pieces at a group show titled "POPPED". Expect to see works from the likes of Mason Storm, Lukas Avalon, DAY-Z and yours truly. Click HERE to read more and see the flyer for details.
WEDNESDAY 11TH SEPTEMBER AT IMITATE MODERN.
It will be a fun show for sure!
Here is the piece I did of Deron Williams for Brooklyn Nets/ Brooklyn Nets Fan Club. This week we will be releasing a limited run of prints that are signed and numbered on the BKNFC website. Release date will be Friday 6th September from HERE.
Hope to see you all at my print show next week. Join the event, drink beer, look at some of my new works and have good times. This is my first show of 2013 so it would be great to see you all.
Click the link below to join the Facebook event.https://www.facebook.com/events/558193694246610/?context=create
I have started preparing for my third solo show. I haven't got the exact date yet but it will be sometime towards the end of this year or early 2014. Here's a preview of one of the pieces I'm working on right now.
I have just moved into my new studio/gallery space. I'll be working from here most of the time so if you are in the area, be sure to poke your head in the door and check out the work.
Unit 1.14 / 1.15, First Floor (Above Vans)
Kingly Court, Carnaby St
I was commissioned to paint Wolves captain Karl Henry. This was the first piece I worked on of a football player so it was pretty fun doing some research on him to try and capture him as best I could.
Oil on Linen.
Jimi is complete!
Yesterday I set up on Carnaby St to paint my second Jimi Hendrix piece for The Grazia event on Carnaby St, London. Thousands of people took to the street drinking and shopping taking full advantage of the offers and promotions throughout the day.
I was pitched up outside Hugo Boss painting the day away, drinking beer and talking to people whilst the sun was shining. What a fun day! I didn't get to finish the piece but give me a few days and I'll post up the final shot.
Thanks to all that came down to show their support and a big thanks to Carnaby St for getting me involved!
For now here's some actions shots :)