More quick large scale acrylic paintings to be pasted up as street art.
Collaboration with mdimar.
Large painting in house paint and charcoal, to be pasted up as street art. The poem at the bottom is the epitaph of Alan Turing a mathematician who killed himself by injecting an apple with arsenic and eating it. The birdlike shape scratching his dead body represents religion via the holy spirit. The idea behind the painting is that religion is detrimental to knowledge. Inspired by a talk on ted. You can watch it here.
Alan Turing’s epitaph:
Hyperboloids of wondrous Light
Rolling for aye through Space and Time
Harbour those Waves which somehow Might
Play out God’s holy pantomime
Another large painting done in house paint. About 5 feet high. Done in collaboration with Alex. I will exhibit these paintings for 1 night before we paste them up as street art.
Central figure is a personification of time and death represented by her visible bones where shadow falls on her half youthful body, the blood filled hour glass shaped like the symbol for Infinity and the roman numerals running form 1-12.
A visual poem. This painting now has some of you in it as well as me.
Another painting for the street art exhibition.
The white marks in the background symbolize unraveled DNA before it is about to replicate. Our DNA drives our every thought and emotion, especially love and desire. We are animals, you are here because all information that has variance, and is selected for, evolves. Every part of you exists to help you or your families DNA continue this process. There is no reason, there is no meaning, it just happens. Life is the obligatory manafestation of matter, a complex arrangement of chemical process like a snowflake or a naked flame. Nothing more, nothing less
New studio im moving into with Alex and Nick.
he is the reason for every death
every love lost
every mistake made
every regret you have
he is time my friend
and you are his slave
Sold 2 pieces at the 24 fingers show on Thursday. Went really well thanks to Sophies awesome work organising it. Huge turnout and heaps of sales.
The Imp king.
Pencil and gouache in my sketchbook.
Progress photos of a large painting I’m working on at the moment.