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Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Fort Taiaroa, dunedin - New Zealand.

     A very quick jellyfish study in some old abandoned fortifications on the peninsula,  Dunedin. Thanks once again to Joshua Jeffery for the photographs. 






Thursday, October 23, 2014

Sunday, October 12, 2014

Hanbury Street, Brick Lane - london

I did plan to spend a few days working on this wall but thanks to bad weather, loosing paint, and other complications was left with only half a day to paint. Nice to paint in London again even if it was a bit rushed. Thanks to Moniker art fair and @31_thirteen for organising this. 





Work on my copper plate etching has finished at last. I've got a few more painting trips over the next month or so then i'll be rolling them up ready to release before the year ends.

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Phlegm x David De Le Mano

Another quick wall i did while i was in Cardiff for Empty walls festival. A collaboration with the wonderful David De La Mano.


And also below is something i forgot to post last week. A quick van i painted on my  last day in Sheffield setting up the installation.
             



x phlegm x 

Sunday, September 28, 2014

Cardiff, South Wales - uk.

Painting based on the very old welsh tradition Mari Lwyd for Empty walls festival 
This is on Wood road right next to the main bus station. 








I managed to get done early so i also had a day to make a quick wooden installation in Abacus gallery across the road.
           





Thursday, September 18, 2014

Market traders installation - Castle house, Sheffield.

Straight from the installation work at the opera house to working on an intricate indoor piece in Sheffield. This work is for Sheffield Bazaar, which is part of the festival of the mind. It's in the old castle house co-op building on Angel street, a now disused department store built in the early sixties.The area is also the oldest part of sheffield as a settlement and has long been a site for market traders. It's also the area where sheffield castle once stood long ago.
       Thanks to Ladoza for the fantastic black and white photos below.