Phosphene Smoke II
A Major Minority
Later this month I have a piece in a group show at the 1AM Gallery, A Major Minority, opening on March 14th.
Curated by San Francisco-based artist and fellow Transcend member, Poesia, A Major Minority is a survey of Othercontemporary Urban Artists from over 18 countries consisting of over a 100 artists. Expect to see an international sampling of art works that reveal the overall character of Urban Art and its relationship to the public as well as the contemporary art world.
According to Poesia urban art has become an OtherContemporary art movement outside of the contemporary and critical art world. By taking a large sampling of the world’s most prevalent urban artists, Poesia aims to reveal the true character of this art form as being born outside of theory and based on its interactions with the public as well as its urban landscape.
A Major Minority is an attempt to illustrate the current progression of this art form as traditional graffiti merges with street art and becomes what the public has coined Urban Art.
This weekend, I’ll be showing a new collection of work at the Gamma Transport Division.
The works are all abstracted typographic treatments, focusing on themes of youth, delinquency, and obsessive compulsions.
Works on paper.
There are still a couple of the works on paper available to buy online here.
Four original works on paper. Painted Winter 2013. Aerosol, acrylic & pastel on 425gsm Saunders Waterford cotton fibre stock.
280mm x 380mm
Doom Engine Quick - press Play + Record on your shitty tape-deck like it’s 1994.
Tales of Drunkenness & Cruelty.
The zine I made to coincide with my recent solo show ‘Noble Dust’ is now available to buy online.
Hand-made, featuring photography, drawing and graphics. Each copy includes unique drawn content and a bunch of stickers and pin badges thrown in for good measure.
Edition of 25, signed and hand numbered by the artist.
The last few are available here
Inside the mind of a master. Eric Surmont always brings the pain on wax.
The Wizard King.
The paintings, the installation and then a show from Orange Goblin, all in the same venue. Eric sure knows how to do it right.
Orange Goblin Acid Trial
Ecstasy amid ruin.
'The girls stood in a group, wearing bright lipstick and the blank, wary expressions of half bright souls turned mean and nervous from too much bitter wisdom in too few years…'
Hunter S. Thompson
Slowly, London Fashion Week grinds to a close. Selected pieces of my small contribution to the whole carnival can be seen here. I created artwork for silk-screening, foil printing, jacquard weaves and digital print. The most I’ve ever done for a collection with Jena.Theo.
Already looking forward to working on the next collection.
Long time friend and collaborator of rockGroup, Eric Surmont provided the soundtrack to the show, working under his Dig or Die identity with Noki. Tres cool.
Throne Dead Stars