I've realised that I don't post enough shots of the details from my work. It's all super detailed but that's tricky to convey online. So I'm posting a buch of close ups from each of my animals.
The speed demon Rob McWhinnie hit me up about putting some new ink on his stark white downhill helmet.
I was keen to get some video action of this daredevil screaming down mountains, and pulling elegant, high speed turns.
I liked trying out a new surface, the curves were a challenge, and keeping the stripes straight was a tricky challenge.
Cheers to my friend Azure Mysterious for the photography.
Step on board the good ship Black Penny on Tuesday July First and join us as we christen the ship, raise the anchor and set sail on a one week adventure to Treasure Island.
It's a place where creatures are crafted from the detritus of discarded items. You might have to dig out a seeing glass to spot all the hidden treasures... I'm presenting a new body of fresh inky work inspired by the throwaway culture which created the pacific garbage patch.
The show will be featuring the debut of UD3's non-patented Find-A-Thing™ technology.
Feat Noisonous spinning the Vinyl to keep the mutiny at bay.
Drink sponsors will be involved so get yer selves in to Blacklisted Gallery for some truly black ink work and good times.
I'm stoked to see my first UD3 design inked into a human. The friendly polish Jan volunteered his torso to go into the studio and get tattooed. Just to be clear, I had no involvement in the actual application of the design.
He was stoked, and I'm very happy to reveal this one.
I'm involved in this awesome art exhibition on friday night of screen printed Rock inspired posters.
I will be selling hand signed and limited edition screen printed posters on the night too.
"Rock Screen Paper 2 is a competition & exhibition based on the work of artists and designers through hand screen printing of authentic numbered series.
Based off a spectacular debut and full house (300 + people) in 2013 - we wanted to do it again.
The theme is Rock N' Roll as this has been the catalyst of change and the first social revolution in the west through youth, energy and attitude in the model that has stood for political protest for decades.
This exhibition in the spirit of this genre has embraced the art as open for many an artist famous and not so - to gather and see each other s art and buy and sell and swap while collectors jump at the chance to get original numbered art by the artists.
Presented by Print Edition on Friday the 30th of May at 7.30pm and the following Saturday 31st from 10am - 10pm at the Arcade Screen Print Factory.
So not to get too serious - join us for a drink with 50 new artists and works - with a soundtrack."