Ever since I found a can of Volkswagen Orange Dupli Colour in my father’s shed, I’ve had a fascination with aerosol paint. The paint formula may change, but the principle is still the same. An actuator releases the paint under varying degrees of pressure over a surface, usually hovering off the same surface at varying degrees of speed and distance.
Man Cave #chucheo
Five stories over four days from three blokes and too much paint
…right over my head
Sects & Tense
Frack in Hell
Happy 100th birthday Transfo Power Station, Zwevegem
Distorting the plane in Hertford
Your mother wooden like it
By the order of the Ministry of Defiance
Largest ever freehand 3D graffiti illusion
3 big stickers
Large advert for the launch of London Pleasure Gardens
Spot the hazards
Unfairground at Glastonbury 2013
High security, monster plane distortion
2012 movie ‘Pusher’ features Shoreditch graffiti ‘Clowns & Jokers’
2 minute animated sequence
140 sq. metres of freestyle
Distortion of the plane v2.0
Reworking a concept for a Bombus Ruderatus
One of my favourite paintings finds a new home
A quick experiment in anamorphic projection and panoramas
New interior, with a 360 degree view
Have a look at a 360° panoramic photograph from the world record attempt back in 2007…
…alongside Bon, Amp and Alex
An overnight paint session features in this little video of the illusion I painted in Manchester…
Amsterdam, beer, music, aerosol, mirrors & the neighbour’s wife…
“3 hours, 30 metres of rope (don’t ask), 3 heavy coats of gold lacquer later… I decided to grab as much gold aerosol to create a similar effect to the work in Kabul…”
Last year I ran graffiti lessons for a week in Kabul, Afghanistan. It was the most unique experience of my professional career.
It looks like a backdrop but it isn’t.
Take a look at my first trial in anamorphic, disruptive patterns…
10 hours overnight on a high street in Manchester, more explanations after the jump
Fixed colourscheme production with Discotek, and Bang. There’s also a stop-frame video, which you can view below…
Freestyle interior for the huge (reopened) Debut club, underneath the arches of London Bridge railway station in London. There’s also a time-lapse of the production below.
Collaboration with some of the artists in the Secret Wars Euroleague teams from the UK.
Making part of a building vanish at the home of Mutate Britain in Shoreditch…
During the Birmingham squad’s visit to Berlin for Secret Wars, we found a little time on the last day to go paint just on the outskirts of the Kreuzberg district.