Metric is over for another year

So our 2 months on columbia rd is over and here is a picture of a man with a beard looking at one of my prints.

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Painting for money

So everyday I work as a signwriter. But not traditional stuff, more temporary chalks and illustration. But turned in to spare time signwriting to, this is closing on traditin even… I used a brush!..




still have lots to do, but im going on holiday. Yey!


Tuesday morning (maybe) around 6.






Brick Lane panda!


I love pandas.


2012 in theory!!


Happy New Year!!! I’ve just posted the 2011 numbers and they are not great… its been a sloppy year, especially on the blog side of things. But it was not all bad:

Along with Metric Collective I took part in two exhibits, and from that I sold some work and got some interests. 2012 will bring more Metric (see details further down).

I got a new job that I actually like; as a sign writer and store artist at Whole Foods Marker! Its part time so in theory I still.have time to do my own work!
Soon the better bags I designed will be available in all the London stores, so if you feel like your life is missing a patriotic London reusable bag: watch this space!

I’ve made very little new work this year but that’s what 2012 is all about!!

I’ve decided to focus on one series of work this year: Portals. At least that’s what my BA tutor called them… The circles that have been mirrored 4, 6, 8 or 10 times. Only I’m thinking more digital and drawn and less photo-y.

Metric Collective is opening the pop up shop again this year, on Columbia road, in july and august and I’m hoping I’ll have some work ready to show there. With the Olympics it will hopefully be a busy space!

And 2012 is all about the blogging and the tweeting and all that jazz.

On the personal side I intend to eat less potato and cycle more.
Lets cross our fingers!

Happy New Year!



Let me introduce you all to METRIC COLLECTIVE!

METRIC is a collective of jewellers and other creatives with a common intrest for all things geometrical and they just opened a pop up shop on Columbia Road in London!
Exhibiting is SHIMELL AND MADDEN, Myia Bonner, Ester Benjamins Trust, Jake Ambridge, Chrome Yellow Books and Lora Avedian.

So why do we care so much about this? Well the work is amazing, the shop is amazing, and Shimell and Madden are amazing.
(I might be a bit biast tho, seing as I live with Shimell and he is actually my Luke!) But still some really awesome stuff on show! Have a look:








The shop is open until the 26th of august!





London Gingerbread Village

Here are a few pictures from my London gingerbread village, including Landmak Heights (where we live) and St. Pauls!

The Gerkin

big ben and landmark heights

the dome of st pauls

st paul and part of tower bridge

And here it is:

St Pauls, The Gerkin, Big Ben, Tower Bridge and Landmark Heights!

gingerbread london