Tiny Trifecta Group Show.

Tara McPherson curates her 4th annual group show Tiny Trifecta which opens today featuring some of the key players in the game. I was selected as one of the artists to participate in a show with artist's I have looked up to for so many years. Shepard Fairy, Jeff Soto, Mark Ryden..... the list continues.

Thank you to Tara and Sean for getting me involved. Click HERE for more details and preview my pieces for the show below.

Online Store Now Live!

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


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Brooklyn Nets.

I'm excited to tell you that I am now working with The Brooklyn Nets Fan Club to produce a series of paintings voted for by The Nets community. Each month you will be able to vote for your favourite player and I will be painting them. A limited run of prints will then be available to buy through the BKNFC WEBSITE along with the original painting. 

I will post up info on the release once available but be sure to follow BROOKLYNNETSFANCLUB on instagram to keep up to date. 



Biggie WIP.

I was contacted a few months ago to create a Biggie piece in my style. Honestly I didn't really know what my style was at the time as the majority of my works differ depending what mood I'm in.

A week prior to being contacted about this piece I was in New York with my lady and we visited The Met. We spent hours exploring the rooms taking every bit of it in. We then came to The Masters section. It blew me away and inspired me more than anything I had ever seen. It was from this point I knew I wanted to develop my work using oils.

This piece means a lot to me as it set up my show, "Master Impressions" with Freshly Baked Gallery and set the tone for current and future works.