First day I managed to paint a quick wall at one of the hall of fame spots next to about 8 Swet pieces in a row.
Aalborg doesn’t have much murals so the locals were very curious of what was happening to their city.
before leaving to Denmark I managed to to fit in a another wall in Dulwich, South London. This abandoned house apparently is meant to be knocked down in a year. A few other artists also joined me including Roa, Shok-1, Run to name a few. I managed to climb on the roof for this nice spot. Maybe no one will ever see it. maybe not…No comments
This Thursday my artwork is being exhibited in Aalborg, Denmark at Galerie Wolfsen.
If youre in sunny Aalborg be sure not to miss this one. Also showing is the talented El Mac from LA and Anders Gjennestad from Norway
for more info check- http://www.galeriewolfsen.dk/
For a catalogue of the show email - email@example.com
A preview of some pieces for the show-
Some lucky chap let me paint his van in south London last week…
I got sent this photo by him in Chichester, UK. Nice one!No comments
I was asked to take part in the Dulwich art festival in London this week.
Each artist was to base their wall of a painting from the oldest Art museum in UK - The Dulwich Picture Gallery.
Other artists taking part include Conor Harrington, Roa, Run, Shok1, Remi Rough, Phlem to name a few. I chose a piece called “The rape of Europe” An ancient Greek Mythology. More info on the festival check the website.
My Interpretation on this classic piece:No comments
I submitted 4 artworks on found objects for the recent charity exhibition in Denver called Knock it Out.
If you’re in Denver be sure to check it out. I think its on for 2 more weeks.
Check Blackbooks gallery has photos of the opening and a catalogue of the show…
I was recently commissioned to re-appropriate Michaelangelos famous work- Pieta.
Here is the result:
Mixed media on linen
I have a few pieces in a big group charity exhibition coming up in April at Blackbook Gallery in Denver called Knock It Out. Im honoured to be part of such a great line-up of Artists.
“Black Book Gallery is using art as a platform to support Love Hope Strength Foundation’s (LHSF) mission of saving the lives of people with cancer. Cancer took the life of Co-owner Thomas Horne’s twin brother, Tim, as well as millions of others world-wide each year. The show titled, “Knock it Out” is Tom’s tribute to all the families,patients, and victims of this devastating disease. (www.knockitout.org). Everyone, in every corner of the world, knows someone affected by cancer, and on the evening of Friday, April 5th, 2013, Black Book Gallery invites us all to come together to celebrate the lives of our loved ones.”
Check the flyer for more info. Ill shed more light on this shortly…