Filed under: Artwork | Tags: birmingham, digbeth, Graffiti, Newso, street art
This door had to be done, the square glass tiles were perfect for creating the grid needed and it was bombed and grimy enough. Perfect for the triangles to sit onto, again I used similar colours to those already there. It was mostly tags over tags and unreadable but I tried to leave the main names up, the tags are what make it work. It was only a quick one so might have to add to it sometime too. Full face mask was required but for pissy corner fumes not the spray paint!
Filed under: Artwork | Tags: birmingham, Graffiti, kings heath, Newso, street art
It was sunny here in Birmingham for a day and a bit, so I spent a few hours in Kings Heath dropping this one. I’ve left bits of the original paint, brickwork and tiling and used mostly colours that were already on the wall.
Filed under: Artwork | Tags: birmingham, digbeth, geometric, Graffiti, Newso, streetart
Quick shapes from the other day, just testing out seeing if it works, think it does..
Filed under: Artwork | Tags: artwork, birmingham, geometric, Newso, street art
Back in the studio, feels good!
Filed under: Graffiti, Workshops | Tags: birmingham, Cotteridge park, Graffiti, Newso, Quinoa
Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: birmingham, Newso, street art, streetartbirmingham.co.uk
Street Art Birmingham launched not too long ago. I’ve got a profile on there now with a selection of my favorite pieces from the last year or so.
Go check it out here
Filed under: Graffiti | Tags: 2004, agent, birmingham, gent, Graffiti, hoaks, hoakser, news, Newso
Filed under: Artwork | Tags: abstract, art, artist, birmingham, digbeth, geometric, Graffiti, Newso
A piece from early 2012, it’s 55 x 70 cm and was based on a photograph of light refraction through stained glass. Haven’t had nearly enough time in the studio this year, need to be making more pieces like this.
Filed under: Artwork | Tags: abstract, art, artist, birmingham, geometric, Graffiti, Newso
Two pieces from early 2012, each 30 x 40 cm, matt spray paint on hardboard and framed. The starting point for these was that each was each would have its origin at either end of the tonal scale, one frame black the other white. The addition of colour outside of the grey scale is deliberate and is intended to set the mood in the piece.
Filed under: Workshops | Tags: 2012, art, birmingham, cotteridge, Graffiti, murals, Newso, park, workshops
Each year we come up with a new theme for these drop in sessions in Cotteridge Park. This year we ended up doing different words with matching themes and we tried to use different languages too, so a little bit educational..