On To The Next (Brighton)
On To The Next (Brighton)

The steps that led to the church’s front courtyard was where they took their break. The bulk of the day had been designated for casual top-shelf vandalism, and there had been no hassle from the law; only knowing smiles from a few passersby. A second group approached with respect being given where respect was due, and perspective was requested regarding composition and technique. The sun glistened off the compressed mist as it rushed from the can, as gaps were filled and lines were cut.

18x36 inches, spray paint and acrylic paint on wood panel with masonite cut outs.

The Plant Illustrations
The Plant Illustrations

Over two dozen individual illustrations developed into marketing material for Blackjet Marketing

Scattered Alleys (London, UK)
Scattered Alleys (London, UK)

They meandered between galleries. While grazing alleys and venturing into the tunnels they stalked the walls enclosing this concentrated urbanity. Styles, names, and concepts were the prizes sought in this game of hide and seek.

18x36 inches, spray paint and acrylic paint on wood panel with masonite cut outs

Secret Walls
Secret Walls

90 minute team based art battle jamming alongside Bruno Smoky, Ben Johnston, and Ness Lee

This Little Piggy (Brough, UK)
This Little Piggy (Brough, UK)

Under the moss-blanketed masonry of a castle long since fallen into disrepair, she clambered down off the seesaw and raced to the swings where a stuffed pig sat motionless. With Piggy once more in her possession the relief was all consuming, a deep sigh seeming to deflate a portion of her tiny frame. Whole again, a confident stride carried her clunky Wellies back through the sheep pastures which surrounded the playground. She paused briefly, her brow furrowing as she tugged her hood closer to protect against the frigid sting of the wind.

18x36 inches, spray paint and acrylic paint on wood panel with masonite cut outs

Salty
Salty

Part of my daily portrait sketch journal

L Train (New York, US)
L Train (New York, US)

It was shortly past four a.m. and they had a pocket of the subway to themselves. The crowds leaving Manhattan were sparse this time of night; and each turn in the tracks encouraged unwanted sliding across the vacant benches’ glossy coat. The silence between them was warm, and the screams of the breaking wheels wouldn’t have allowed for much conversation anyhow. Looking out through half cut eyes, he crossed his legs and smiled.

89.5x48 inches, spray paint and acrylic paint on wood panel

Palms Up (Puerto Viejo, CR)
Palms Up (Puerto Viejo, CR)

The sun was hanging low over the water as she stepped off the bike and buried her toes deeper into the sand. Vapors of cheap rum and fresh coconut milk lingered in her cheeks, as wildlife hinted it’s presence through a soft rustling in the foliage. With a demure glint in her eye she looked back at him, and in that moment the world stood still.

18x36 inches, spray paint and acrylic paint on wood panel with masonite cut outs

Granville (Vancouver, CAN)
Granville (Vancouver, CAN)

They had last crossed paths after a stand up set in a cramped Brooklyn bar. This round of happenstance found them on the far side of the continent and in another country. A mantra of ‘old friends new places’ faintly echoed in the reaches of his brain as they laughed much and deeply about the most inconsequential of things.

90.5x45.5 inches, spray paint and acrylic paint on wood panel.

The Plant
The Plant

30x40 ft mural and 200 ft long illustration wallpaper on construction hoarding for Curated Properties and Windmill Developments

Cry Your Pardon (Munich, DE)
Cry Your Pardon (Munich, DE)

As the band plays a mix of polka and American pop ballads, six thousand boisterous voices sing along as one to fill every wrinkle of tent fabric. Though they spoke no English the tune is familiar, and the fragmented syllables of Los Angeles slang are tinted with slurred Germanic accents. It’s the work of gravity and one questionably large step to come down off the bench. Laughter intermingles with shoulder grabs from the table climbing neighbours who play helpful puppeteer, lowering him down as he fulfills the role of tired marionette. With a diet consisting of various beige meats and fried doughs, the litres of drink give everyone a uniform mask of knowing smirk and heavy eyelids. A short intermission commences.

18x36 inches, spray paint and acrylic paint on wood panel with masonite cut outs

Bang Bang
Bang Bang

Cast of a theatre production done as part of my daily sketch portrait journal

7:30am Wines In Hamburg
7:30am Wines In Hamburg

9x12ft portrait wall for the mural gallery at Lit Studios.

Hibernation SZN
Hibernation SZN

20x16 inches acrylic paint on canvas.

Bellwoods White Squirrel
Bellwoods White Squirrel

Section of collaborative mural for En Masse along with Smolik and Birdo fragments

Icy
Icy

20x16 inches acrylic paint on canvas.

Twins Of Evil
Twins Of Evil

Manson and Zombie tour poster for Live Nation

Yayoi Kusama
Yayoi Kusama

Part of my daily portrait sketch journal

Patio SZN
Patio SZN

Covered backyard patio mural

Bea
Bea

12 ft tall version of one of my sketch portraits done for Nuit Blanche and RIFF at Coterie

Giraffe
Giraffe

From the Trophies series. 42x19 inch spray and acrylic on masonite, set on reclaimed barn board mount with handmade frame.

Future Of Mobility
Future Of Mobility

Interactive improvised live mural based on suggestions at TED Conference for BMW. Touch sensitive electric paint was used, and connected to speakers mounted behind the canvas and played audience members’ vision for the future of mobility.

Tiger
Tiger

From the Trophies series. 19x25 inch spray and acrylic on masonite, set on reclaimed barn board mount with handmade frame.

Hawk
Hawk

From the Trophies series. 18.5x38.5 inch spray and acrylic on masonite, set on reclaimed barn board mount with handmade frame.

To Swag Or Not To Swag
To Swag Or Not To Swag

From the Popped series. 18x24 ink on paper.

Rac On Ossington
Rac On Ossington

6x8ft spray and acrylic paint.

Grin And Bear It
Grin And Bear It

8x16ft spray and acrylic paint.

We Good?
We Good?

From the Popped series. 18x24 ink on paper.

Cosmic Tiger
Cosmic Tiger

11x14ft spray and acrylic paint.

Imperial Guards (Bangkok, Thailand)
Imperial Guards (Bangkok, Thailand)

From The Bears In The Streets series. 19x12 acrylic and ink on paper.

Always Late To The Party
Always Late To The Party

Part of the Cold Snap series, 18x24in house paint and paint marker on found panel

On To The Next (Brighton)
The Plant Illustrations
Scattered Alleys (London, UK)
Secret Walls
This Little Piggy (Brough, UK)
Salty
L Train (New York, US)
Palms Up (Puerto Viejo, CR)
Granville (Vancouver, CAN)
The Plant
Cry Your Pardon (Munich, DE)
Bang Bang
7:30am Wines In Hamburg
Hibernation SZN
Bellwoods White Squirrel
Icy
Twins Of Evil
Yayoi Kusama
Patio SZN
Bea
Giraffe
Future Of Mobility
Tiger
Hawk
To Swag Or Not To Swag
Rac On Ossington
Grin And Bear It
We Good?
Cosmic Tiger
Imperial Guards (Bangkok, Thailand)
Always Late To The Party
On To The Next (Brighton)

The steps that led to the church’s front courtyard was where they took their break. The bulk of the day had been designated for casual top-shelf vandalism, and there had been no hassle from the law; only knowing smiles from a few passersby. A second group approached with respect being given where respect was due, and perspective was requested regarding composition and technique. The sun glistened off the compressed mist as it rushed from the can, as gaps were filled and lines were cut.

18x36 inches, spray paint and acrylic paint on wood panel with masonite cut outs.

The Plant Illustrations

Over two dozen individual illustrations developed into marketing material for Blackjet Marketing

Scattered Alleys (London, UK)

They meandered between galleries. While grazing alleys and venturing into the tunnels they stalked the walls enclosing this concentrated urbanity. Styles, names, and concepts were the prizes sought in this game of hide and seek.

18x36 inches, spray paint and acrylic paint on wood panel with masonite cut outs

Secret Walls

90 minute team based art battle jamming alongside Bruno Smoky, Ben Johnston, and Ness Lee

This Little Piggy (Brough, UK)

Under the moss-blanketed masonry of a castle long since fallen into disrepair, she clambered down off the seesaw and raced to the swings where a stuffed pig sat motionless. With Piggy once more in her possession the relief was all consuming, a deep sigh seeming to deflate a portion of her tiny frame. Whole again, a confident stride carried her clunky Wellies back through the sheep pastures which surrounded the playground. She paused briefly, her brow furrowing as she tugged her hood closer to protect against the frigid sting of the wind.

18x36 inches, spray paint and acrylic paint on wood panel with masonite cut outs

Salty

Part of my daily portrait sketch journal

L Train (New York, US)

It was shortly past four a.m. and they had a pocket of the subway to themselves. The crowds leaving Manhattan were sparse this time of night; and each turn in the tracks encouraged unwanted sliding across the vacant benches’ glossy coat. The silence between them was warm, and the screams of the breaking wheels wouldn’t have allowed for much conversation anyhow. Looking out through half cut eyes, he crossed his legs and smiled.

89.5x48 inches, spray paint and acrylic paint on wood panel

Palms Up (Puerto Viejo, CR)

The sun was hanging low over the water as she stepped off the bike and buried her toes deeper into the sand. Vapors of cheap rum and fresh coconut milk lingered in her cheeks, as wildlife hinted it’s presence through a soft rustling in the foliage. With a demure glint in her eye she looked back at him, and in that moment the world stood still.

18x36 inches, spray paint and acrylic paint on wood panel with masonite cut outs

Granville (Vancouver, CAN)

They had last crossed paths after a stand up set in a cramped Brooklyn bar. This round of happenstance found them on the far side of the continent and in another country. A mantra of ‘old friends new places’ faintly echoed in the reaches of his brain as they laughed much and deeply about the most inconsequential of things.

90.5x45.5 inches, spray paint and acrylic paint on wood panel.

The Plant

30x40 ft mural and 200 ft long illustration wallpaper on construction hoarding for Curated Properties and Windmill Developments

Cry Your Pardon (Munich, DE)

As the band plays a mix of polka and American pop ballads, six thousand boisterous voices sing along as one to fill every wrinkle of tent fabric. Though they spoke no English the tune is familiar, and the fragmented syllables of Los Angeles slang are tinted with slurred Germanic accents. It’s the work of gravity and one questionably large step to come down off the bench. Laughter intermingles with shoulder grabs from the table climbing neighbours who play helpful puppeteer, lowering him down as he fulfills the role of tired marionette. With a diet consisting of various beige meats and fried doughs, the litres of drink give everyone a uniform mask of knowing smirk and heavy eyelids. A short intermission commences.

18x36 inches, spray paint and acrylic paint on wood panel with masonite cut outs

Bang Bang

Cast of a theatre production done as part of my daily sketch portrait journal

7:30am Wines In Hamburg

9x12ft portrait wall for the mural gallery at Lit Studios.

Hibernation SZN

20x16 inches acrylic paint on canvas.

Bellwoods White Squirrel

Section of collaborative mural for En Masse along with Smolik and Birdo fragments

Icy

20x16 inches acrylic paint on canvas.

Twins Of Evil

Manson and Zombie tour poster for Live Nation

Yayoi Kusama

Part of my daily portrait sketch journal

Patio SZN

Covered backyard patio mural

Bea

12 ft tall version of one of my sketch portraits done for Nuit Blanche and RIFF at Coterie

Giraffe

From the Trophies series. 42x19 inch spray and acrylic on masonite, set on reclaimed barn board mount with handmade frame.

Future Of Mobility

Interactive improvised live mural based on suggestions at TED Conference for BMW. Touch sensitive electric paint was used, and connected to speakers mounted behind the canvas and played audience members’ vision for the future of mobility.

Tiger

From the Trophies series. 19x25 inch spray and acrylic on masonite, set on reclaimed barn board mount with handmade frame.

Hawk

From the Trophies series. 18.5x38.5 inch spray and acrylic on masonite, set on reclaimed barn board mount with handmade frame.

To Swag Or Not To Swag

From the Popped series. 18x24 ink on paper.

Rac On Ossington

6x8ft spray and acrylic paint.

Grin And Bear It

8x16ft spray and acrylic paint.

We Good?

From the Popped series. 18x24 ink on paper.

Cosmic Tiger

11x14ft spray and acrylic paint.

Imperial Guards (Bangkok, Thailand)

From The Bears In The Streets series. 19x12 acrylic and ink on paper.

Always Late To The Party

Part of the Cold Snap series, 18x24in house paint and paint marker on found panel

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