Thursday, 11 December 2008

Found It!

This little blighter had gone missing for a couple of weeks.
It was eventually found under a mound of 'in progress' pieces.
Nice to have it back in the arsenal.

Wednesday, 10 December 2008

Its Cold Out

Lets start with some moaning about the weather...
Its far too cold for my liking, I could've ice skated to work for the last week.
Bring on LA in February!

On the brighter side, it has given me some nice evenings in front of the fire, painting.
The piece above is to encourage you to go inside and get warm if you have ventured out on a freezing evening. Find a fire and some whiskey to warm those bones.

Next, some complaining about the state of modern architecture in this city.
The majority of it is pretty shit.
There are exceptions, and for these I am thankful.
But there seems to be a school of thought that the surroundings of a new build should not be considered when designing it, they lack character, individuality and any sense of taste.

Who decides what gets built and what doesn't?
Seems to be someone who likes too many straight lines, too much glass and commissioning ugly buildings.
Then build something interesting that may make people appreciate art and architecture.

Apologies for the poor quality photos.
Ill take better ones and get them up soon as.

Friday, 28 November 2008

Came Here To Kill You

This piece, 'CAME HERE TO KILL YOU', sold on Sunday.
Acrylic on wood, 7.75" x 18", 2008.
Again, thanks to and his lovely assistant for making the sale.
On a copyright note, Ive stolen this photo from because its better than mine.
So props to the photographer.

Wednesday, 26 November 2008

More history

More old work.
Thanks to Anco for the photo:

Drawing from 2006
Back to new work after this.


I thought I'd take a trip through some old work.
These stickers are years old, I hope they brightened up a small part of a dull city.
I think around 2004/5

Friday, 14 November 2008


I had an idea in my head for days.
Last night I had the enthusiasm to go out in the cold, the dark and the wet to paint it.
The idea changed considerably as I painted but Im happier with the end than I was with the idea

Sunday, 9 November 2008

New work, new home

New series of wooden pieces about to hit you in the face.
Heres a sneak peek, although its already found a home.

Friday, 7 November 2008

More TarPit Action

The MyTarPitters have been busy at it again.
A huge thanks to them for putting up some of my work in London.
Below are a few shots of where work can be found:
Bethnal Green
Don't know the pub's name
Near Carnaby St
outside PlayLounge

Brick Lane
Close Up:
Full View:
(note the Conor Harrington painting)
check them out if you haven't already!

Wednesday, 5 November 2008


I recently painted a few small canvases for the guys at
go check out their site!
the quality of the stuff they put out is awesome, and is pushing me to work harder!
a HUGE thanks to them for spreading the Filth in Old London Town!
now, go find yourself an original Filth or even better, a glow in the dark halloweener!
More photos of recent work (with a revisited direction) when I find the lead for my camera!

Congratulations to America

Thursday, 16 October 2008

Darkness Descends

Sunday was a day of rest,
taken in the form of blowing out the cobwebs and painting outdoors again.
Big shout to TDS!

Thursday, 2 October 2008

Stickers and stolen photos

Found this photo on Flickr, cheers to the photographer.
Filth stickers never looked so good!
There are still some of these originals left-
if you want some, email me at


These two are going to introduce a new person to the world at some point in the next few days.
from Belfast to LA - all our love and good luck to Dee and Sean!
2 of the best people you'll ever meet!

Tuesday, 23 September 2008


Check these guys out -
see some cool art, and maybe pick some up for free!

Wednesday, 13 August 2008


Out with ANCO and IAGO...
below are the results of a very surreal day involving cops, break-ins, crazy rain and bleach.

Tuesday, 5 August 2008


I spent Monday working in the Golden Thread Gallery in Belfast
The wall painting is part of an exhibition of paint bombing called Splatter.
Quite simply, I paint the wall with a small workshop of teenagers and then Carlos, a spanish explosions expert paint bombs the room.
This is the gallery space before i started - its a big space to paint in a day.
Went for the easy route and used the explosion theme for the wall painting.

Above and below, The fire, smoke and pieces were painted by myself, with the teenagers working on the cloud of smoke in the middle, and one of them also decided to take over one end of one of the pieces.

Who am I to say no?

BOOM! Well it is an explosion!

Opening is this Saturday afternoon - get down and see Carlos do some crazy things with fireworks and paint!

Security and Graffiti

This is the extent to which security in Belfast has gotten.
Im not climbing over that!

Painted with DRIS, CIAR and the NONSTOP guys.

Monday, 21 July 2008

Recent Painting

Ive done a lot of painting recently, for me anyway.
Practise makes perfect and all that.
Cheers to Ciar, Dris and Anco for the company.
Heres a peek...

characters by Dris: