Posts tagged print

Sky Rockets in Flight

Here’s a look at what I did for SPACE! A Gallery Show at Gallery 1988, opening 21st June, organised and curated by my bud Mike Mitchell.

Look closely! It’s an isometric pixel drawing of iconic space rockets and their occupants. I was careful to do it to scale to give you an impression of how big each one would have been. I love space!

The Meaning of Life
I finally made this limited edition print available via my website. Click to see other photos in the gallery. Also on a tee at Threadless.com

The Meaning of Life

I finally made this limited edition print available via my website. Click to see other photos in the gallery. Also on a tee at Threadless.com

Room 237
I’m pretty pumped to announce the release of my first (hopefully of more!) Mondo prints this weekend. It’s for Room 237 - a documentary film that explores themes and hidden meanings in Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining. It’s already been causing a buzz at film festivals and I was lucky enough to see a preview of it. As a fan of The Shining and of far-fetched conspiracy theories, it’s a compelling watch.
So - woven throughout the scene are references to the central themes to the film. Some are more obvious than others! You don’t have to have seen Room 237 to identify some of the more prominent ideas.See if you can spot them all. There is about a dozen that I consciously made but if Room 237 has told me anything, the perception of a theme really is in the eye of the beholder. Perhaps you can even take from it something I hadn’t intended.The poster will be sold by Mondo as part of Fantastic Fest. I believe the edition is a SUPER RARE 100, and I’ll have some APs to sell at some point. Cheers!

Room 237

I’m pretty pumped to announce the release of my first (hopefully of more!) Mondo prints this weekend. It’s for Room 237 - a documentary film that explores themes and hidden meanings in Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining. It’s already been causing a buzz at film festivals and I was lucky enough to see a preview of it. As a fan of The Shining and of far-fetched conspiracy theories, it’s a compelling watch.


So - woven throughout the scene are references to the central themes to the film. Some are more obvious than others! You don’t have to have seen Room 237 to identify some of the more prominent ideas.

See if you can spot them all. There is about a dozen that I consciously made but if Room 237 has told me anything, the perception of a theme really is in the eye of the beholder. Perhaps you can even take from it something I hadn’t intended.

The poster will be sold by Mondo as part of Fantastic Fest. I believe the edition is a SUPER RARE 100, and I’ll have some APs to sell at some point. Cheers!

First World Problems

A limited edition (of 50) screen print I did for the “Memes” show featuring over 100 artists at Gallery 1988, Melrose. Gallery opens tonight, Friday 4th 7-10PM. Best times.