A recent commission on an aged copper sheet, a gift from a husband to wife with one of her favourite quotes. The metal is really the star of the show here and so I didn’t want to overwork the scene. Bold and splashy, a good size at 90cm square too!
A helluva lot of work, happy to share with you guys the process behind this recent commissioned piece!
So it has finally landed! This hardcover book gathers all 52 weeks stickers from the project in a beautifully printed piece, complete with exclusive insight into the series.
Thank you so much to everyone that made this project possible, we truly mean it! Even if your suggestion didn’t end up as a sticker, we did our best to write down everyone’s name down along the way, so that we could include it in the book!
So we live streamed yesterday and drew, cut and painted a piece from scratch! It was definitely an odd experience to be sharing what is normally a private process with everyone that tuned in but it was a great atmosphere! We originally wanted to make something within 100 minutes but that restriction swiftly went out of the window. Below are the two parts of the video that you can watch at your own leisure if you’re interested.
The final piece, ‘High Voltage‘, is now available in the store.
Mrs Pahnl has repurposed one of the stencil offcuts for our Upfest piece. Clearly the direction we should be taking the art.
Excuse my feet, been traipsing around the garden barefoot.
Still waiting on Pokemon GO to come out in the UK. I want to play it but I want to play it legit!
A cat for your keys! We have one hundred of these key rings, beautifully laser cut from chunky blue acrylic guaranteed to increase the amount of cats on your keys by one!
Currently working on an unusual commission, so thought a video of the process would be interesting. This is the setup for shooting from above whilst cutting the stencils.
I’ve stuck a tripod leg down the monitor stand pole and then the central column holding the camera comes out at a 90 degree angle. An altogether better approach than jamming it behind the radiator in the previous house!
Falling wasn’t an issue but coming to a sudden stop was a bigger concern.