Over the last 12 months I have been wealding chalk and posca pens for some chalkboard signage projects commissioned by the Duke of Yorks and Dukes at Komedia Cinemas in Brighton. The Duke of York’s cinema is the oldest working cinema in the UK and has a beautiful atmosphere with its original brass fittings and
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The Duke of York’s Picturehouse in Brighton asked me to make them a fully functioning paper mache Frank Sidebottom head to help promote the new film, ‘Frank’, starring Michael Fassbender, Maggie Gyllenhaal and Dohmnhall Gleeson. I used a beachball as a base and then added layer after layer of newsprint with wallpaper paste to make
I’m exhibiting at the Regency Townhouse, Brunswick Square, Brighton in the open submission exhibition HOUSE open, showcasing the best of artist open house artists. It’s been curated by Simon Martin )Pallant House), Woodrow Kernohan (Photofringe) and Nicola Coleby (Brighton and Hove museum and art gallery). Opening times 11-5pm on May weekends. You can see large
This is the actual cart with Emma the model inside. The carts were lit by torches, street light and candlelight and were dragged around the city by teams of volunteers. Emma is one of the founders of lingerie designers Ophelia Fancy and designed the costumes for all the carts.
This was the design for the Blue cart commissioned by White Night Brighton for the 2010 festival. It was inspired by the Enlightenment of the 18th century.
This map was done for the White Night Festival 2010 in Brighton. I project managed a through the night life drawing event alongside other arts events in the city. Enlightenment involved a static theatre of life drawing and 3 hand painted, bespoke carts that were pulled to different locations in the streets opening up theatrically