prints etc.

some of my stencil/street art is still available to purchase on



or (on an a bit outdated website) here: link



Toilet Art

The other thing I was doing in the short break between Xmas and New Year was painting the toilet of a friend and spraying some stencil artworks there.

We also made an old chair look nice again as a present for a friend.

New Epoch Art

Baden showed me how to paint New Epoch Art and I brought in some stencil skills today.

‘New Epoch Art’, derived from 20 years of research and development by Peter Graham. This new art form enables an artist to ‘compose’ a painting using a special language of symbols to form a score. Performers then interpret this score, much as musicians use a score for a performance. Peter Graham died in 1987 but his scores can still be interpreted to generate new work today.

Two artist are starting on a canvas each. The canvas and the easel itself can be rotated, so there is always a new approach to the artwork after each turn.

The composition is recorded on paper (and was getting soon too complicated for me), so both artists are working on the same ‘theme’, but on different canvases which they exchange from time to time while rotating the easel.  It’s some kind of performance art with a lot of interaction between the artists. I gave it a try and got into it straight away. This was the first time trying it with a mix of stencil spraying and freehand painting.

We started with complementary colours and developed a complete new score.

Trailer for Papercraft: Design and Art with Paper

Papercraft is an extensive survey on the insatiable trend of innovative art and design work crafted from paper. It explores the astounding possibilities of paper and gathers the most extraordinary creations – from small objects and figures to large-scale art installations and urban interventions as well as three-dimensional graphic sculptures from a vast spectrum of artistic disciplines ranging from character design, urban art, fine art, graphic design, illustration, fashion, animation and film.

COMBO a collaborative animation by Blu and David Ellis (2 times loop)

This is the result of a collaboration between Blu and David Ellis.
After some years watching and appreciating each other
works they realized this video together in 10 days during the FameFestival2009.

Click on the link below and have a look at this amazing work!


COMBO a collaborative animation by Blu and David Ellis (2 times loop)

Check out more artworks by Blu and David Ellis on their websites: and

Car made from Cardboard

Stunning works from Chris Gilmour who makes his lifesize models completely from packaging cardboard and glue.



more on his website