PHOTOCOPIER PROPAGANDA PRINTS When I was 16, I somehow managed to get permission to be the only kid in School
to use the photocopier which was in a locked room only accessible to teachers,
haven't looked back since then! These prints boldly celebrate the instant
possible by photocopiers and the creative potential of the photocopying process.
They're designed to be displayed in groups of 3, 6, 9... as shown above.
220 x 274mm, Laserprint on 'Dazzle' fluoro paper, Edition of 48 (6 variants),
signed and numbered on reverse, 2016
DEMOLISH SERIOUS CULTURE Screenprints I've previously used this design on T-shirts and badges, and thought it was the right time for a Screenprinted version. We had fun printing these and every one is slightly different, they're printed in Red, Black or Light Grey on a range of different papers, including billboard poster paper, used brown paper, marbled paper, origami paper, secondhand maps, maps overprinted with layers of weather symbols... and there's also a few with the design overprinted 2 or 3 times.
depending on the type of paper and number of print colours. 2016, 42 x 29,7cm, signed, dated and numbered.
WHY DON'T YOU... PRINT
Commissioned by X marks the Bokship, this artwork was displayed on the
Billboard outside Matt's Gallery, Copperfield Road, London E3, between Dec 2105 and Jan 2016.
A3, Digital print, 2016
These will be sent rolled in a poster tube - for additional copies add £2.50 each.
During a lengthy visit to the Tate Modern in 2002, I was struck by the vast amount of
unused space in the turbine hall. Back home I took the gallery plan leaflet and using a
red ink pen and ruler altered the axonometric diagram, extending each of the six floors
across the turbine hall, and in this way more than doubling the floor space.
Ink drawing on 2002 gallery floor plan leaflet, 99 x 210mm - Folded, 484mm x 210mm - Open,
20 copies, signed and numbered, 2015.
A3 Risograph print, free on request with any order.