'Head in the clouds' Brisbane, Australia, massive thanks to @creativemove_au for making this happen.
New studio. Finally I have space to flex a little. Massive thanks to @lesjak_atton for tearing out the carpets while I was gone.
Montreal, Canada 2017. Massive thanks to @muralfestival for having me and @halopigg for helping with the shots. Also thanks to @amandinepsn and @peeblesparadise for modeling. Montreal has been one of my favorites. Much love.
Montreal day 4
Boogie down Montreal with the incredible @mad_c1 for @muralfestival
Drone shot of my wall in patchewollock for the @siloarttrail Found via the good people at @juddyroller
I have a new print available through the good people @pangeaseed this is the largest print I have released to date. It's $200, signed and numbered from an edition of 50. To make the purchase follow the link in my bio.
My last attempt at this painting pour was a disaster thanks to the cheap white acrylic that I used. Hopefully this time it dries up ok. Now I just have to work out how to install this thing in a gallery. New works for my upcoming show with @galerie_mathgoth massive thanks to @gabbydadgostar for filming last night and @lucy_abroon for assisting.
'The labourer' 2017, Acrylic and Oil on canvas. @lesjak_atton
Good morning Brisbane.
Brisbane day 1
'The broken wall' Aberdeen, Scotland.
In 2008 the Scottish government approved a Donald Trump golf course in Aberdeenshire, Scotland. The development has been a disaster, destroying hundreds of acres of sand dunes and pristine coastland while forcing locals off their land and only delivering 98 of the 6000 jobs Trump promised to the local economy. Trump also ended up in a public battle with a number of the local farmers who refused to sell their land. Claiming that the homes were 'slum like' and they would spoil the view from his hotel he regularly cut off their water and electricity and eventually built a wall and row trees beside their homes, blocking their views. People in Aberdeen now fly Mexican flags around the golf course to protest trump and his actions.
This mural painted in the Aberdeen city center depicts three locals standing on top of a broken wall. Painted in the context of the Trump presidency, brexit and the rise of Le Pen and other far right figures in Europe this piece acts as a protest against Trumpism and those who wish to build walls and divide us.
Massive thanks to @nuartfestival for having me and @bktallman for the photos.
Upcoming group show with the good people @stolenspacegallery and @vnamagazine