Greetings all! Extremely honoured to announce I’ll be joining a killer line-up of headline artists for this years Upfest Festival. Europe’s largest street art and graffiti festival comes to Bristol once more from the 29th-31st July. An amazing group of artists from 30 countries will paint walls around the Bedminster and Southville areas of Bristol in front of 35,000… Read more »
Excited to announce the release of my first screen print edition with London based print studio and gallery Jealous. ‘Beast of Burden’ will debut at the London Original Print Fair at the Royal Academy of Arts on May 4th before becoming available at the Jealous website the following morning. There will be 3 different editions to choose from,… Read more »
Honoured to be part of the final farewell show from VNA Magazine. All Good Things is a celebration of their amazing 10 year run and has an absolute killer line-up with some fantastic work. I’ll be sad to see VNA go, feels like they’ve been there from the very beginning, an important thread that’s helped… Read more »
My next screen print edition ‘Trip The Light Fantastic’ will be released here on my own website at 3pm GMT on Saturday 18th Feb. Click the HERE for full details. As well as the standard edition of 100 (pictured above), there will be a special ‘Gold Thread’ edition of 20 with hand applied… Read more »
Very excited to be showing a series of new paintings on canvas and paper at Scope Miami Beach this year with Spoke Gallery. The fair runs from Nov 29th – Dec 4th, please email the gallery on email@example.com to request the collector’s preview.
I’ve worked with Brighton based screen printer’s The Private Press several times over the last few years on various screen print editions and I’m happy to be involved in their latest project ‘Editions‘ with a brand new print release. Blow Up is a 2 colour screen print in an edition of 100, sized 420×594. 5… Read more »
As part of the RSPB’s Cirl Bunting Project, Brighton’s Onca Gallery is hosting a fundraising auction on Thursday 24th Nov with all proceeds going to help the Cirl Project in Devon. Organised by artist and illustrator Matt Sewell, a load of great artists including Jon Burgerman, 45rpm, Lucy McLachlan, Mr Jago, Pete Fowler and myself… Read more »
Bit late with this post, but here’s a few photos from my recent solo show at Spoke Gallery in San Francisco. Massive thanks to Jessica, Dasha, Ken and to everyone who came out and said hello.
Recently spent a very pleasant week up a scissor lift in sunny Walthamstow for the Wood St Walls project. I thought it’d be fun to paint a version of my Trip The Light Fantastic image, using new tools and new techniques, and had a great time in the process. Big thanks to Mark and Tom… Read more »
Took a little trip to Dubai recently to paint my biggest wall to date for Dubai Walls. The low-rise development known as City Walk has been taken over by 16 of the world’s biggest street artists, all of them leaving their signature marks on the virgin walls of the newly developed region. Very honored to… Read more »
I was fortunate enough to take two great trips to NYC over the past few months to be involved in the opening of the new TAO Group restaurant VANDAL at 199 Bowery. I was given a nice big wall within the ‘street food/street art’ inspired venue alongside other murals by master curator Hush, Tristan Eaton, Vhils, Will Barras,… Read more »
After a very successful Moniker Art Fair that saw my Conjuring paintings sell out pretty sharpish and receive a lot of nice attention, I’m happy to announce the screen print edition will go on presale at 3pm GMT on Friday 14th November at shop.eelus.com. As well as the standard edition, there will also be a very limited… Read more »
Some shots of the wall I painted in the yard of the Truman Brewery in London as part of the Moniker Art Fair. Thanks to everyone who swung by the Horn of Plenty stand to say hello. It was a great few days, all my work sold, job done. Big thanks to everyone at Moniker… Read more »
I’ve finally got my claws on a decent photo of mine and Fin DAC’s ‘The Raven & The Rose’ mural from the other week.
One of the best ways to learn something quickly is to get as close as possible to someone else who’s got the chops. Someone who knows what they’re doing and does it well. Now that I’m starting to dip my toes back into the murky waters of ‘street art’, I decided to get in touch… Read more »
After 4 years of avoiding all street art related activities I decided to get back in the ring this week with a new mural. A lot of fears have been put aside over the last few months and getting back outside to paint a little something for Ruby just felt like the natural thing to… Read more »