Saner Tag

Recently I've had the great opportunity to work as an art consultant for DF Mexico, which is the young sister company to my clients Wahaca. The ethos behind it is similarly to promote Mexican street food but with a informal diner-style experience - taking some influence from North American/Tex Mex cuisine and...

The Wahaca Southbank Experiment is now open! - featuring the vibrant paintings of Remed and Saner. As previously mentioned in my blog Wahaca kindly invited me to curate the production of murals for a bold new experimental site they had planned in the heart of London's...

[caption id="attachment_2671" align="aligncenter" width="573" caption="Ola London Cover"][/caption] Late last year I was excited to be asked by Wahaca to curate an arts programme for their new temporary space at London's Southbank - the initial phase of which is about to happen as part of the Festival...

Roa is one of the artist's who appears in my latest book and one who I enjoy following - so I've been looking forward to seeing photos from his Mexican Adventures. There is a nice book connection too, as Roa was keen to paint with...

Thanks to everyone who made it to the Street Sketchbook: Journeys launch show at Pictures on Walls. It was a hard slog getting all the work on the walls, but in the end I think the results look great.Thanks also for the following favourable reviews...

Three Mexican artists - Dhear, Saner and Neuzz - who feature in my new book have a show opening next week in Barcelona at the Montana gallery...

Finally after two years in the making I have a copy of Street Sketchbook: Journeys. This is my favourite cover as designed by Ripo although the Italian cover is also nice. There are other covers for the American & French versions...