Tag: Banksy

  • Are We There Yet? Book design

    Are We There Yet? Book design

    It’s been eight months in production but I’m pleased to announce that Are We There Yet?, A Day Trip to Banky’s Dismaland and Other Stories, a photographic-documentary book I designed for photographer Barry Cawston is now at the press with copies expected in three weeks. While I’ve worked on many large books before as an author for […]

  • The Rake

    In an attempt to update my blog after a very busy few months, here is a story from earlier this year..  The Rake is an international sartorial magazine which just happens to be stylishly art directed by my friend Sam Clark. Earlier this year The Rake commissioned me to write a piece about graffiti and […]

  • Cans Festival

      Mayday bank holiday saw the opening of Cans Festival. Behind the scenes this festival of Stencil Art had been in preparation since Feb 08. I was honoured to be given a curatorial role of behalf of POW to invite artists from around the world who I thought to be producing the best in Stencil […]

  • Santa’s Ghetto Bethlehem

    It was a humbling experience to have been able to assist in Santa’s Ghetto’s 2007 in Bethlehem. Each December for six years running, East London screenprint publishers Pictures on Walls have hosted a “squat art concept store” known as Santa’s Ghetto. Usually the venue is an empty shop space, transformed  into a wonderland of underground […]

  • Pictures on Walls

    Pictures on Walls

    For a number of years I have been commissioned by Pictures On Walls to source and work closely with artists to develop their ideas and take them through to the production and publication of their collectable screenprint limited editions. The role has been a dream job – combining my background in design and art direction with my knowledge and […]