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Wednesday, 10 June 2009

FRONT COVER FOR WOUND MAG

This is my illustration for Wound magazines architecture cover, the image is inspired by the Prada Transformer building in korea. The building is a multi functional living organism that evolves into different shapes, rotating and turning onto different sides for different uses, a gallery, cinema, catwalk and more. True genius!

Friday, 5 June 2009

NEW ART WORK

This is an unfinished section of a new piece of work, originally titled 'David Loves David' but is now called 'Original Sin', up now at Dalston Super Store.
This piece was up at the last exhibition at Dalston SS and is titled 'The Hand Maids Tale', and is a dark view of the future, where man kind has done so damage to them selves and the earth that the human reprodructive system is failing to produce enough eggs and sperm for procreation. Therefore a huge market has emerged for homosexual sperm and eggs, to give heterosexual partners the opportunity to conceive. Would you 'Pay For Gay?'
Title: Urban Jungle

Mural for Dalston Super Store, a kind of retro, electro, drippy spectrum thing.

DESIGNS IN NYLON!







I was asked by Nylon Magazine on line and photographer Morgan O'Donovan to shoot my collection for their designers section, it's all my latest designs and loads of commissioned pieces that were made for various editorials, modeled by the beautiful Charlotte at Bookings,check out the piece at Nylon

DIRTY LAUNDRY EXHIBITION

My new role as curator for the East Ends newest bar for people to rave about, The Dalston Super Store, is proving to be very interesting indeed. Our second group show titled Dirty Laundry' invited artists to share inner most thoughts, desires, regrets and fetishes. I was more than impressed by the works that were submitted and it became a very diverse show, exhibiting installations, projection's, painting, illustration, photography and even tea towels!
If you didn't make it to the private view then you have until the 10th of July to go check it out and I strongly recommend you do.

The Tree Of Fucking Creatives,(2009) Tony Hornecker
'Masked', (2009), Moses Powers
'Untitled', (2009) Erin Petson
'Jonie', (2009), Morgan O'Donovan
'Questionably Activities', (2009), Emma Gibson
'Untitled Tea Towels', (2009), Rebecca Maynes
Cathal O'brien's captivating film projections


My new role as curator for the East Ends newest bar for people to rave about, The Dalston Super Store, is proving to be very interesting indeed. Our second group show titled Dirty Laundry' invited artists to share inner most thoughts, desires, regrets and fetishes. I was more than impressed by the works that were submitted and it became a very diverse show, exhibiting installations, projection's, painting, illustration, photography and even tea towels!
If you didn't make it to the private view then you have until the 10th of July to go check it out and I strongly recommend you do.