When we were given a basement ramp to paint we just had to go the extra mile and bring our skater to life to pop a few tricks. See it all come together at the end of the film above!
History, but not really.
The pursuit of our better selves.
“He felt that the darkness was full of unimaginable horrors - and the trouble with unimaginable horrors was that they were only too easy to imagine.” - Terry Pratchett
All in the name of science.
We're not looking to hurt anyone, we just want to be heard. And lately, this is the only way you've been talking to us.
Here is our reply, our message in a bottle. We hope this finds you well.
Classic pieces with a twist…
This series gave us a new found appreciation for the originals: Escher's subtle angle changes, Mondrian's ratios, Hokusai's tumultuous linework, Hirst’s colour theory and Pollock’s deft touch for drips.
The holy grail had come with more than one curse...
Originally there were three screen prints in this series, so we called it 'The Chaos Trilogy' but then we released the bike one, so now we're just calling them the wide prints.
We tells it how we sees it.
A nod to the classics.
"Ride as much or as little, or as long or as short as you feel. But ride."
- Eddy Merckx
Sometimes he sits and thinks, and sometimes he just sits.
Fire escape, dog ladder. What’s the difference?
A commission for a New Yorker and his dog Milo! We had a lot of fun drawing scenes for each window and giving it that NY apartment vibe.
The making of a sprawling, stenciled city.
Lost in something bigger than us...
A cosmic kind of love.
There were a lot of 'em but the aliens wasted a lot of time strafing about instead of coming straight down, so he still had time!
That carefree feeling...
He didn't know how far he would get, maybe a few steps, but he wanted to set the art free from this place. Maybe he would hang it outside, out in the streets.
Cutting it out free of it's frame, he scrambled for the nearest exit.
Poetry in motion.
Where are we? When are we?
Mine! Mine! Mine!
There's two sides to everything.
...hot rod flames are all well and good until they get out of control!
There's a whole world out there if you look closely enough.
The cracks are starting to show...
These marks weren't for the sake of vandalism or from some kind of misdirected anger. You'll paint over us but we were in this place and we each left a mark. We are here and together.
History, but not really.
A collection of various things we’ve done in the studio since 2006…