Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Maz and Joe

Chiswick, London


The Dutch book is now available to order from Amazon, here.

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Background Noise

Homomonument area, Amsterdam, Holland

The 'special edition' of my Dutch book Big Bad City, with mini print, is now available to buy here. Be quick though, there are only a few available.

A print of the above installation, Background Noise, is also available from Andipa Gallery in an edition of 5.

A big 'Haaj!' and 'Dankzij!' to everyone who I met at the book launch in Amsterdam!

Sunday, September 19, 2010

Wet 'n' Wild

Grottaglie, Italy

I got back from Fame Festival in Southern Italy last week, after spending a few days making installations around the city. I made six in all, including a few that used miniature speakers and mp3 players to add sound. The one above had a speaker hidden in the drain that played sounds of screaming kids and splashing - check out the video below. I will be posting more soon, including a video showing the reactions of Grottaglie's residents to one of the sound installations. I will also be releasing a mini print from the festival in a week or so. In the mean time, check out more work from the festival here - as usual a bunch of great artists including Swoon, Blu and Boris Hoppek. The Fame Festival show opens it's doors on the 25th September.

The Local Authority

Grottaglie, Italy

Monday, June 7, 2010

School Trip

Belsay Hall, Northumberland

A couple more images from the Extraordinary Measures show which is on at the moment in Belsay, Northumberland - this time showing the final work in situ as well. The last installation, School Trip, was placed on the visitor's scale model of the hall and grounds - the graffiti is still there too, English Heritage haven't buffed it yet :)

A new book that I am featured in, Beyond The Street: The 100 Leading Figures in Urban Art by Patrick Nguyen and Stuart Mackenzie, is available now. It really is a brilliant book which not only weighs a tonnes but also has a tonne of photos and interviews with loads of amazing people from artists such as Jose Parla, Swoon, Judith Supine, and Blu, to websites like Wooster Collective, magazines such as Juxtapoz, as well as galleries, auction houses, web forums and art festivals. I am very proud to have been featured and if i could recommend one book about the tricky-to-pin-down street/urban art 'scene', this would be it.


If you are in Los Angeles, check out the group show Booked at Carmichael Gallery. It opened this weekend at runs until 3rd July. It features a few of my pieces, alongside a load of other work by the guys listed on the flyer below, and a selection of books by the artists featured as well as many more.

Wish You Were Here

Belsay Hall, Northumberland

Tuesday, April 27, 2010


Belsay Hall, Newcastle

The above image is one of 12 that are part of a new show that opens Saturday 1st May at Belsay Hall, Northumberland, UK. The show is titled Extraordinary Measures and features work by Ron Mueck, Tessa Farmer, Mat Collishaw and many others - all scattered around the gardens and buildings of Belsay, an English Heritage property.
My installations were placed around Belsay last summer and photographed for the show - visitors can now track down all the images around the grounds, placed where the installations once were. This is my first work outside of an urban area and takes on the theme of tourism and the joys of the day trip - so expect to find images of dodgy ice cream vans, alternative 'donkey' rides, toilet queues, depressing picnics, bored school kids and gift shop dramas. The show runs until 26th September 2010.


I finally have some new 25mm badge sets available - as well as an Inner City Snail 38mm badge. Clickety-click below for more details!

Thursday, April 15, 2010

Chicken Tikka Disasta

Recent installation for the Skullduggerous charity show for Bhopal, at Pure Evil Gallery. More new work coming soon, plus new badges and other funtastic stuff.

Thursday, March 4, 2010

High Expectations

Wandsworth Bridge area, London

The above image was my first installation of the year, back in January. It is available in a few formats at Andipa Gallery, including a small print on aluminium and a large-scale print in an edition of 7.

A bit of an update on upcoming shows...

Tonight, Thursday 4th March, sees the opening of the Skullduggerous group show in aid of the Bhopal Medical Appeal. The show is held at The Pure Evil Gallery in Leonard Street, London and is open until the 13th March. I have a new installation in the show, titled 'Chicken Tikka Disasta'... Other contributors include Swoon, Pure Evil and The Krah amongst many others - you can see some work from the show here. Check it out if you can - it is for a great cause.

Last summer I installed a number of installations around the grounds of the English Heritage house Belsay Hall, just outside of Newcastle. The photography of these will be part of the show Extraordinary Measures, which opens at Belsay on May 1st 2010, along with work by artists such at Ron Mueck, Matt Collishaw and Tessa Farmer. More information and images closer to the time....

And below are a few books that i have been featured in recently and which i would recommend to decorate coffee tables and make yourself look interesting and arty.

Design Play from Ginko Press
"Exploring how artists and designers
use an array of quirky designs to breath
life in to their work."

Tangible: High Touch Visuals
Work from various artists and designer
who blur the boundaries between mediums.

Saturday, January 30, 2010

Spilt Milk

Grottaglie, Italy


Grottaglie, Italy

Dynamic Duo

Southwalk, London

Vigilante Justice

Shoreditch, London

After a very long break from updating the blog comes a SUPER POST! Four updates in one. Woo! Two are previously unposted shots from the 'Men of Tomorrow' series (Vigilante Justice being a shot that wasn't included in the show last year), and two are from Fame festival last September (These two are currently available as large limited prints and aluminiums from Andipa.) New images are coming soon too, now the weather isn't so cold and wet and the little people can glue to the pavement without falling over.
The main site, slinkachu.com, will be updating soon too with image from last years shows.