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Don’t Trust The Krypt Keeper pt2

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Alleykats and Underdogs

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I Saw Dysfunction In Your Rhythm

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I Saw Dysfunction In Your Rhythm

A snapshot in time; lifes waves echo so effortless without emotion, the beautiful and intriguing creature. A small scene, a speck of sand in a dense ocean holds such tragedy and loss, to bury memory so deep it won’t be forgotten, the heartbreak of loosing someone you love. Lifes dance majestically glides by, but, I Saw Dysfunction In Your Rhythm.

/ A1 Digital Print 594 x 841 mm
/ Signed and Limited at 25
/ 260gsm Matte Thick Stock

Available to purchase here

Toxic Junk

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RESURRECTING FANG

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Run The Jewels

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Photography by Chard Remains Photography

Tag the Jewels is a worldwide street art initiative for which over 30 artists across 6 continents were invited to remix the group’s iconic album cover art – two opposing hands, one forming a gun, the other holding a chain.

The artists were given a very simple brief and the freedom to express their own unique interpretations of Nicholas Gazin’s original artwork.

These signature pieces designed by respected local artists have gone up contemporaneously on walls from Los Angeles to Lagos, Paris to Jakarta, Sao Paolo to New Delhi and many more.  It is the first global installation of it’s kind.

Run the Jewels is grateful to these talented artists for their generous and inspiring contributions.

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and we are aware, cause we’ve been through it

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OUT HOUSE LOGO

Massive thanks to Out House MCR for inviting me up to paint their prestigious Colouring Box in Manchester’s Northern Quarter.

Paint supplied by Fred Aldous and Spaceman Sheffield