Myself and Richard Sweeney will be holding another one day paper sculpture at our studios on the 17th of August. Click on the flyer for more details. If your interested in joining us please contact me through email at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
I'm going to be delivering a paper craft workshop on the 5th of July for at the Tate Modern. The workshop will be an exploration of my process and working techniques, in response to the work of Ellen Gallagher's retrospective show AxME.
The workshops are part of the Tate collective's creative Tate Lab, which gives young people aged 15 to 25 the chance to curate events and workshops at the Tate Modern.
Places now available to book for the one day paper sculpting workshop with paper artist Richard Sweeney and Andy Singleton.
Here are some shots of the recently finished New York Cityscape paper cut. I was privately commissioned to create a New York paper cut that incorporated some of the famous skyline and to condense it into just an A4 (210 x 297mm) piece of paper. Lasercut limited editions will soon be available so please fell free to get in touch if you are interested.
I recently worked with Ink Global to produce a paper sculpture for the cover of WIZZ Air in flight magazine. I was asked to capture some of Dubai's famous landmarks in paper sculpture form and to include a font that somehow visually related to the wording 'Dubai for less'. My solution was for the price tag around the Burj Khalifa building. The piece was constructed in layers that could be rearranged like a small set, which was then photographed.
This week is the last chance to see the fantastic First Cut Exhibition at the Djanogly Art Gallerry in Nottingham. The show features 30 international artists all working with paper. The show ends on the 9th of July and will be moving on to Southampton in October.
The London Cityscape paper cutting reproductions are now available to buy from my Etsy shop! The piece come both framed or unframed and are all signed and numbered in an edition of 100. They look really great - take a look below:
These reproductions are limited to 100 so please dont wait around :)
The First Cut Exhibition has moved to Nottingham for the second leg of the tour. I finished installing my paper installation ' The Stellar Spire in the Eagle Nebula' on Wednesday. The work is being shown along side 30 other international artist who work with paper. The show opens on Tuesday at 7pm at the Djanogly Art Gallery, Lakeside, Nottingham.
Go to www.lakesidearts.org.uk
An early prototype paper bird for a new sculpture commission im working on. The piece is came together quickly after two day of playing around. The colours are do not reflect the what i will be using in the final piece, and are only there to provide contrast for the various sections that make up the bird. Just some remaking and refining to do then on the the final model. Watch this space!
Just got back from two weeks in Nepal. I spent most of the time trekking in the Annapurna sanctuary. I completed a 9 day trek to the Annapurna base camp, and was totally blown away by the beautiful and dramatic landscape. The pictures above are some of the shots i took while there. Expect to see some of this inspiring landscape appearing in my future works.
I have recently been working with Manchester based creative service provider, Lost Heritage, to produce a series of limited edition laser cut editions of my hand cut paper work 'London Cityscape'. See original here.
Each piece has been precision laser cut to capture the intricate detail of the original work and is signed and numbered in an edition of 100 pieces. Contact me directly email@example.com. The piece will soon be in my Etsyshop as well.
I recently worked with York based design agency The Beautiful Meme to produce a series of paper sculptures for Bellpenny, a new UK based IFA company. The brief was to take Bellpenny's brand values and translate them into something visual that would resonate with potential client. Take a look at the video to find out what i made.....
To find out more about Bellpenny click here
Last month i installed two paper installations for the Victoria Revealed exhibition at the newly refurbished Kensington Palace, unveiled at the end of March. The handmade paper installations were installed in the cabinet with Queen Victoria's original wedding dress and another in the cabinet housing QV original mourning dress, along with mourning outfits worn by princess Beatrice and prince Leopold. To find out more about the Victoria Revealed exhibition and Kensington Palace click here
Images of the installation coming soon...