I was recently asked to produced a Peace Head to support Art Below‘s The Peace Project. I worked with Daniel Chidgey who photographed the images and added some artwork to the piece. We had various ideas and came up with these two images, simple and to the point. As you can see the image was shown in Regents Park Tube Station as part of Frieze Art Fair.
Following my previous post about my involvement with CASS Sculpture’s ‘Art Outside’, here is a picture of my art work being projected from the JCDecaux digital screen in the newly renovated Kings Cross Station. The same image is being seen in other London and UK wide stations.
As part of an event hosted by CASS Sculpture Foundation, JCDecaux & BBH artists were asked to come down and draw, or in my case display their art work on a billboard. I was asked to launch the event and as you can see became ‘Art Outside’. (Second photo taken by Ross Cooper). All the final images produced by artists were seen in stations across the UK through JCDecaux digital projection screens during September.
As mentioned in a previous post I was privileged enough to be invited to put on a workshop for the Tate Collectives. Please find photos of the day taken by Donald Michael Chambers and big support by my fabulous friend Gigi Morley (3rd picture down, lady on my left). I spoke to the 15-25 year olds about Still Art Vs Interactive Art and they then were able to wear bald caps and practice designing on their heads like I would when developing my ideas. Great day and great fun. I hope to do more!