A little taste of Marcus’s wall.
Here is a picture of me, by Joe, painting a wall.
Here is the cover of the book I produced. There may be copies available soon, but for now you can go HERE and check it out online.
It’s not just a picture book. There are some rad stories in here by James Turvey and Tom Lutherborrow. I guarantee you they are worth the read.
Big thanks to James (Jim) for providing the extra articles and interview too.
Little graphic for some top blokes
Another preview of a book I produced.
Sneak peek at a book I just got made
Over the past few weeks i have been documenting the AWOL crew produce their maiden group exhibition “Fabric”. There were a lot of late nights, inhaled fumes, straight out hilarity and testing the depths of delirium that went into producing this show. I tried to bring a different angle on the crew and focused on collaboration between the members as well as dedication to furthering their artistic direction. I had a tough ask i mean my video had to be somewhat in the ball park of what this crew produces, and for anyone who know them and there respective works this is a very high calibre. It was great to see this being produced and i hope this video sheds some light into their untapped creative process.
without blabbing to much more i just want to thank them for giving me the opportunity and hopefully i did them justice.
So good. Amazing work and an amazing video.
Here is a piece I painted in Wickham yesterday alongside Michael, Ken Taylor, Numskull, Roach and a few other locals.
We can’t tell you much about Marcus Dixon except that he’s a ruthless illustrator. Despite choosing an atypical piece of his to feature, Dixon tends to produce tonal works inspired by skate culture that are full of iconography associated with death. What’s most impressive though is the range of his technique- from the drip art above to the ‘lined’ skulls that he does to his really graphic works which appear to either be marker on paper or paint on paper. It’s good stuff so follow him on Tumblr and buy his zine.
I got a nice write up on The Tourist Zine. Thanks yo!
A motorcycle helmet I drew on for the Look See exhibition which is still on at Watt Space