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Snow White

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Dreamer pt2

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City Of Colours

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Collaboration between Philth / N4T4 / Ragoe / AsOne / The Bench 504 and Mila K for Birmingham City Of Colours

Shouts to Karl Jekyll Paragreen and Becci Wright for the hook up.

On the 6th September 2014, Digbeth (Birmingham) , will see the City of Colours festival bring together over 100 artists, who will transform Digbeth into one of the UKs largest outdoor art galleries. The event will be a platform for promoting emerging talent alongside more established artists, with the streets being turned into a sea of colour with live painting, music, b boys and beat box battles, cinema screenings & other innovative and engaging visual art forms.

Artwork – Mila K

Video – Sentient Visuals

Music – Aries & Pappa G ‘Bubbling Wind

Photography – Wezism

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JUNGLE KATS (EUG X MILA K)

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GHOSTFIRE PT2

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Photography by Thomas Sharp

[RE]Mixed In Sheffield

To mark the launch of [RE]Mixed In Sheffield‘s brand spanking new ‘Crossing The Line‘ album. 39 of Sheffields home grown artists and illustrators were asked to design an olympic theme record for a track by one of Sheffields biggest bands. Which was then remixed by one of Sheffields freshest electronic producers. Simple.

Click here to download the album

Heres my contribution…Alvarez Kings – Cold Conscience (Dankle remix)

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Chillers 2

Shown below is concept artwork I created for Sheffield/UK film company, Cincest Films. I’ve worked alongside this film company several times over the past few months, and have enjoyed every minute of it. I’m not one to name drop, but the artwork in question ended up being seen by Lloyd Kaufman of Troma Films, and what more could you wish for than that?

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Infected Rejected

The novelty of late night phone calls bringing news of new spots to hit will never grow old. With a fresh new wall to paint, all that was needed was a new outline to match. I sat all night, focused on a solitary sheet of white paper. Aliens was on in the background, alas, no amount of Ripley mashing up aliens seemed to inspire. After taking a break from mixing some good old Acid Techno, I came across the Acid Ted – Infected Rejected track. One hour later and a fresh new sketch was born!

 

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Your Religion. Their Control

Hours upon hours were spent in this spot as a youth, and aged 14, my first ever piece went up around here. A decade later, myself and an acquaintance returned to put up something fresh. Initially, we worked towards a production inspired by Adam & Eve, but ended up basing it on a track by Headrush Tactics, ‘Your Religion, Their Control’.

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Lord Of War

This sketch was originally intended for the walls of Balance, a headshop in Sheffield, South Yorkshire. The theme was the balance of destruction, my sketch based around the line …‘Who decides why we live, and what we’ll die to defend’ The line in question revolves around the idea that we are the ones who ultimately decide how our lives are shaped. This was a strong piece to express how the character of Mila K stands up proud for what she believes in, regardless of such expressions often being described as so-called eyesores, or as criminal damage.

 

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