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'Huitzilopochtli' | A Story of Wrath, Retribution & Triumph..

Our story begins with Coatlique, the earth goddess, mother to Coyolxanuhqui, goddess of the moon and to her male children, the gods of the stars. While upon Serpent Mountain she finds a ball of feathers and tucks it in her bosom. She looks for it later, but finds it missing. Coatlique realises she is pregnant and begins to tell her children the story of what had happened, but they do not believe her....

September 5, 2022

'Tiger Balm' | Tee Exhibition | MMMRecords, Itaewon, Seoul, S.Korea

‘Tiger Balm’ tee, part of a t-shirt exhibition at @mmmrecords Itaewon, Seoul. Huge thanks to @dekal for making all the tees and setting up the exhibition! absolute legend! The second part of the exhibition was intended to take place at @yesultong but unfortunately had to be cancelled due to covid restrictions, hopefully we can set something else up soon to take it’s place in the near future!

March 12, 2021

'Sexy Beast' | Film 4 | "I know a bloke, who knows a bloke, who knows a bloke"

SexyBeast directed by Jonathan Glazer, film4 Production Featuring Ray Winstone BenKingsley & IanMcShane. Film Poster illustration for a silkscreen print. Don: Yes! Gal: No! Don: Yes! Gal: No! Don: Fat cunt! Gal: No, No, No! Don: Yes, Yes, Yes!

December 30, 2020

▶️ 'IKAROA' | Ultraviolet Silkscreen Printing Video

I K A R O A - Two colour ultraviolet silkscreen print. Taking its name from the Maori word for ‘the long fish that gave birth to all the stars in the Milky Way’ depicts a carp, bringing together Japanese and Maori culture within a retro framework. Tune by: Chaos In The CBD - Dusty Sundays

June 17, 2020

'I K A R O A' | B&W & ULTRAVIOLET

I K A R O A - Framed, two colour silkscreen print. Taking its name from the Maori word for ‘the long fish that gave birth to all the stars in the Milky Way’ depicts a carp, bringing together Japanese and Maori culture within a retro framework.silkscreen print.

June 3, 2020

'I K A R O A' | Illustration & Colour Variations

I K A R O A - Framed, two colour silkscreen print. Taking its name from the Maori word for ‘the long fish that gave birth to all the stars in the Milky Way’ depicts a carp, bringing together Japanese and Maori culture within a retro framework. silkscreen print.

May 20, 2020

'Vishnu' | Framed Print

Vishnu is the Preserver and guardian of men (Narayana), he protects the order of things (dharma) and, when necessary, he appears on earth in various incarnations or avatars to fight demons and fierce creatures and so maintain cosmic harmony.

March 24, 2020

'Vishnu' | Illustration

Vishnu is the Preserver and guardian of men (Narayana), he protects the order of things (dharma) and, when necessary, he appears on earth in various incarnations or avatars to fight demons and fierce creatures and so maintain cosmic harmony.

October 7, 2019

'1842' | Pilsner Urquell

Sketch for a mural for Pilsner Urquell commission in homage to Alphonse Mucha. Hanganjin, Seoul, S.Korea.

December 10, 2018

‘The Short Analysis of Uncertainty’ | Exhibition, Daegu, S.Korea

Happy to be part of the upcoming ‘The Short Analysis of Uncertainty’ Exhibition, Daegu S.Korea - Twelve Artists, Twelve Days. Daegu Jung-gu Dalgubuldaero 2232-25

September 2, 2017