So close, yet so far away.
The birds continued to fly onwards, the cat floated higher up and the sky played host to another dream…
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Music by Dylla
A recent commission for a planespotter and cat lover, complete with a few personal references! All the time spent cutting the paw prints was worth it.
Throwback to our wall for Upfest 2016 at the Hen & Chicken pub! Find us there again this Saturday, on our knees and scrabbling for stencils blowing away in the wind!
Massive thank you to Kineta Hill for taking these photos, couldn’t have been better! Only took us two years to get around to stitching your shots, haha.
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A recent commission for a collector of money art, utilizing the transparent space on the newest five pound note.
First time painting money, definitely a weird one. Whilst we normally spray canvases that have their own cost, there’s an added pressure to literally painting on money and not wanting to screw up.
Of course, flying downwards was always an immediate solution.
He had managed to borrow his dad’s outfit but the act was a little tricky, what with the house cat full of contempt.
I started out over a decade ago spraying the sort of thing most stencil artists cut their teeth on, which is running chopped up photos through a cocktail of Photoshop filters and spraying them with no regard for underspray or, indeed, overspray. I was painting dogs and cats before I was painting Pahnl dogs and cats but let’s take it back to the beginning. Here’s a snippet of some stencils from the early days…
I think we can all agree this is very edgy and brought great change to the world. Okay, it didn’t but stencil art is intrinsically linked with politics and before I had my own voice, it’s all too easy to ape what everyone else is doing. Nevermind all the underspray or blotchy torch. Continue reading