Wednesday, 30 June 2010


The swarm.



Bonzai in full flow.

Paint tray.


Look up!

Love will win.

Neonita joined us.

Sunday, 20 June 2010

Tea time.

I was joined recently to paint a collabo with writer Tea from Liverpool's highly respected NSA crew.
Here's how the wall panned out:
Early coffee start.

Tea goes for the simple approach.

It gets quite complicated.

No Peace without Justice

See my flickr here.

Finished and off to Madeira Cafe for post paint analysis.

Friday, 18 June 2010

Walking on sunshine.

Todays piece was not inspired by Katrina and the Waves 90s hit, but by that beautiful ball in the sky that, when it blesses us, completely changes how the world is viewed.
I thought a sun inspired picture was long overdue, since my vitamin D levels had hit rock bottom, what with the rain and chemtrails that constantly feature over London's Skies. Joined on the wall was Glasgow artist Estum who painted to the left and right.
Refreshments for the day were supplied by the Madeira cafe and Funchal bakery on Stockwell Park road.

Morning has broken..

I go for Coffee, Estum sketches up

As we reach for the after-sun...

Estum to the left.

And then man discovered FIRE.

Easy Riders.

Attention to detail.

The fire of Liberty..

The fire of Freedom

Thursday, 17 June 2010

Ricochet... armed with creativity.

Kilburn Youth Centre was the latest venue for a project I worked on to involve young people designing T-shirts and a backdrop for an event at The Pleasance Theatre.

from design.......

to Shirt.

Quick Design.

Live to dance

The futures bright..

Stay blessed.

The creative process continues..

The banner gets started.


Friday, 4 June 2010

Hub festival, Liverpool.

Recently I was invited to the Hub festival in Liverpool to paint. 2 days of music, skateboarding and bmx-ing. Liverpool is a great city with a thriving Graffiti scene.
Many thanks to Beta, Zap graffiti and all those in attendance.

You are here.

We all live in a yellow submarine.

In memory of Liam Gill 1995 - 2009.

Community support formation team.

Eat graffiti for breakfast.

Graffiti Cornetto.

Merseyside Police's amazing Metal detector.

That's all from Liverpool, goodnight.

Paint workout

The gym has never been appealing to me so I try and work out in a different court. I think the exercise is paying off, my abs have never looked so good!

Stretch to the right

Stretch to the left.

Now! let's combine both stretches!