To coincide with the ‘Cross The Line’ show at 2B Gallery in Mallorca i am releasing a small ‘Indigo Get’s Up’ edition. It’s one of my favourites from years of experimenting with patterns colours and content with this image of my niece. Printed by the wonderful Mesh Silkscreens in Bristol on 375gsm Lambeth cotton rag. It’s a 5 colour silkscreen and an edition of 27 for €350 Print is now Sold out!
For those of you into NFT’s i will be releasing an ‘Indigo Gets Up’ Marylin edition through the same gallery at 2pm friday the 18th of june. It has personalised un lockable content a little time lapse easter egg for the owner. NFT’s can be found here
Finally a show abroad ! Old time collaborator 2b art gallery are an old head on a new body. I’ve been working with these guys for a decade in different guises. An amazing space to show art, the Portals Nous Grand hotel is a space that we have invaded before, many moons ago.
Check out how we bombed the space before the current hotel was built!
This time its canapés and cans… as the final installation of works from old friends fill the newly designed and built 5 star hotel…oh how times have changed eh!?
This will be the first outing for a full canvas showing for my Stick em up works on canvas. It will be nice to finally show you what they look like in the flesh.
Each artist is releasing some NFT’s to coincide with the show stay tuned for details
From June 10 – July 31, 2021 2B Gallery is excited to announce its first group exhibition titled “Cross the Line”. From June 10th to and 30th of July 2021, at 2B Art & Toys Gallery, located at the Iberostar Hotel Portals Nous Grand, Carrer Falconer, 19, 07181 Portals Nous, Illes Balears. “Cross the Line” group exhibition will feature works of four internationally established artists whose art is intricately linked to the urban environment. In this exhibition, Nick Walker, Ben Eine, Dotmaster, and El Pez invite us to overstep the invisible line that separates the comfort of the established from the inevitable transgression. In making visible both the restrictions and the freedoms of urban culture, they explore how identities and histories are created, transformed, or invented. Through irony, Nick Walker represents criticism, Ben Eine is the master of lettering, Dotmaster is the magician of counterpoint and refined aesthetics, while El Pez presents new and direct communication with the public. Each one represents their own type of language within urban art, but together they become icons of nonconformity.