51 / John Fekner and Don Leicht

Had the pleasure of hanging out with the very talented John Fekner and Don Leichts yesterday in downtown Queens. Not only lovely guys, but total superstars! If you don’t know these guys, you don’t know shit! By the way, Don was the original Space Invader, check the photo below… 1982!!! Makes you wonder huh?

Don Leichts 1982

John Fekner in London 1988


Landed at 8pm last night, straiught out to dinner with Stormie Mills and then up early to paint this big wall in Queens. Met Sweet Toof there, Roa, Lady Pink and the legendary John Fekner who then gave us a lift back into the city, what a superstar!
My first ever piece in New York, so I’m most pleased with it, hope you like…

Stormie and Remi/Rough in Queens NYC.

49 / ProjectRoom London & Honda Dream Factory

Just finished this little piece for the launch of Honda’s Dream Factory book, which launches tonight and contains a very nice chapter about Agents Of Change, as well as a host of other top creatives. Limited to 1000 copies only.


Also coming up on 10th June is the very first ‘ProjectRoom London’. Following on from the success of Jaybo’s magnificent night in Berlin bringing together some of the best artists in the world for a one night only ‘LIVE’ exhibition… ProjectRoom is coming to London.
ProjectRoom London

47 / AOC0.3 the aftermath…

AOC0.3 was a wonderful experience… I spent 5 days with some of the most amazing and incredible artists I have the privilege of knowing. Here’s a sneak peek, but don’t worry, there’s much more to come, including a 5 minute film of the project soundtracked by my good self.
Next stop NYC with the very talented Stormie Mills.

45 / A day out in Brighton

I was invited to a not so sunny Brighton on the weekend, to paint a very large wall in Church St.
I managed to get it done in around 7 hours and still found time to take a coffee with Mr System before heading back home.
A big thanks to Guy Harris from Wet Paint Productions.

43 / Berlin guerilla art

Saw this amazing vid this morning and had to put it up…

Last week a group of cyclists dumped 13 gallons of paint on the road at Berlin’s busy Rosenthaler Platz, creating a series of colourful lines as cars drove through.
The various colours of paint were dumped onto the road in large puddles at different locations throughout the intersection. As traffic drove through, the paint was spread around creating lots of colourful lines. The whole action took only a few seconds: bikers had poured paint from big boxes in front of cars that waited for green lights. So the cars and their wheels, if the driver wanted it or not, became the brush tool for this guerilla public art piece.The creators of the project posted signs on post nearby explaining that the paint wasn’t harmful and would simply wash off with water.