For those of you that don’t know me personally.. I love bananas and they are my staple food. My morning ritual is a huge banana smoothie and it’s my favourite fuel when I’m out on a long run.
Here’s a banana stencil I made for my good pal Craig in around 2005 when we were at college together and my passion for the yellow wonder fruit began..
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Here’s a sneaky peak at a series I’ve been working on in the background for a few years now.
LOVE animals, especially dogs and every now and then I’ve been doodling one and colouring it in!
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Scorpion from Mortal Kombat.
Here’s an old Scorpion character I painted as part of a Mortal Kombat wall.
I used to love playing the video game, in fact, I was addicted to it for quite some time!
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Here’s a mural I painted for the computer section of a Youth Hub!
I used spray paint and visuals relating to information technology!
Hope you like it!
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is to youth What wisdom is to old folks” Stic Man.
Dearne Youth Hub
For the young people at Dearne Youth Hub!
Just digging through some old photos and found this painting of a wasp’s head I had a go at a few years back using spray paint. I enjoyed painting it and it’s still knocking around somewhere, though I’m not sure where!
I like to take a few photos while I’m making a painting. I find that looking at a piece through the lens is a great way to see it from another perspective. Sometimes I can go a little ‘blind’ to the work when I’m looking at it constantly and the camera gives it me through ‘fresh’ eyes.
The painting in progress
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