Thursday, October 20, 2011

Ghosts of gone birds exhibition

I have just finished printing this extinct New Zealand Quail for an exhibition called Ghosts of Gone Birds which opens in London on the 2nd of November.

The exhibition is in support of BirdLife's Preventing Extinctions Programme and includes work by Robert Gillmour, Sir Peter Blake, Jamie Hewlett, Kai and Sunny and a lot of other very inspiring artists. Well worth a visit.

For more information visit the ghosts of gone birds facebook page

Exhibition runs Nov 2nd-23rd 2011
Open weekdays 12-8pm. Weekends 10-6pm
Rochelle School, Arnold Circus, London E2 7ES
Nearest stations: Liverpool Street/Old Street

Saturday, October 08, 2011

Multiplied at Christies, London

I will be showing a brand new print at this years Multiplied with Print Club London. The print is called Flamingos and is inspired by the birds which I saw on my summer travels.
It's a three colour screen print and an edition of 20.

"Following the success of the ground-breaking inaugural contemporary editions fair Multiplied in 2010 – the first of its type in the UK – Christie’s is pleased to announce that the salerooms in South Kensington will once again be transformed during Frieze week this year...The fair will be open to the public with free admission from 14-17 October 2011."

For more information visit
Print ClubLondon Website
Multiplied Website

Or purchase it here

Sir Peter Cook 75 Peters Exhibition + The Adam & Eve Projects

I am a big Archigram fan so was excited to be invited to contribute '75 Peters', an exhibition being held in Brisbane, Australia (in association with the Institute of Modern Art) and London to celebrate the architect Sir Peter Cook's 75th brithday. The exhibition will begin in Brisbane on 26th October and all the artwork will be auctioned with proceeds donated to the charity Architecture for Humanity. I'm looking forward to seeing the other 74 portraits!

Wednesday, October 05, 2011

Perpignan to Lille

Who doesn't like drawing pylons, buildings and speeding by landscape from a moving train in France?