Saw YBA Gavin Turk down Art 16 couple days ago, proper cool dude if don’t already know, so cool, his ‘pink hat / blue suit’ swag totally matched my foot swag on the day, so obvs we took a shot in front of his splendid Project Beard, an art project to benefit his children’s educational charity The House of Fairy Tales, where he depicts himself as the famous artists of the 19th & 20th Century such as Matisse, Dali, William Morris, Man Ray, Rodin and Cezanne.…View post →
Recently got invited to paint a mural piece for one of the hippest bars in Milan, LeccoMilano, so obvs I went and did my thang…
Now the last time I went to Milan was way back in Uni days as part of my Fashion course to seek out trends etc etc, and all I could remember was the crazy mileage of shops, that cobbled paving which simply annoyed my feet when walking over it and when the shops closed at lunch time and you had to wait til 3pm or so for them to open, long!…View post →
So the #TIArchive exhibition kicked off last week with up to 80 artists / illustrators / tattooists contributing their artwork to each of the magazines, helping not only to celebrate the end of a print-run era for Things & Ink, but to raise money for The One Love project via auction.
The auction runs until 16th April with the chance for you to bid and own the original artwork, currently on display at The Circle for the same duration.…View post →
I’ll be taking part in an exhibition by Things&Ink (the most amazingest tattoo magazine ever!) entitled The Archive, a group show celebrating more than three years and 12 issues of Things&Ink, by artists who have contributed to the magazine to turn back issues into original works of art.
Opening on Thursday 31 March, and running for two weeks, at The Circle, in London’s Soho, to raise awareness for The One Love Project, with profits from sales being donated to the grass-roots, creative organisation, providing education, health and opportunity to the underprivileged street children of Pushkar.…View post →
Living and working in London is all well n good, but it’s only when you dip out the area and go a tad more ‘country’ you find there’s more to see and feel within other artistic communities.View post →