Patrick dropped off the book this afternoon. Wow, its serious. I mean I knew it would be a serious book but this is a proper monograph, a thorough survey of the scene. Judge for yourself but its hard to think of a book of its kind that will beat this. I would take some photo’s but I’m far too busy for that carry on. Meanwhile a few feet behind me large paintings lie in wait..
Spending silly hours in the studio these days so I need lots of coffee and lots of music, although to be honest sometimes its nice to just listen to the radio. Lots of election things discussed, plus I voted this morning for the first time in my life (well done me), I know I can change the world with my ‘x’. Anyway, been enjoying Caribou’s new album. ‘Swim’, I like that title, and the album is full of electronic, psychedelic goodness.
So Ian over at Wallkandy has finally done what he should have been doing for years – set up a blog. He knows this scene inside out so his views and news will be a welcome addition to the blogosphere. Plus, I know his appreciation for a bit of cake so it will be easy for me to bribe him to fill his content with my work hee hee hee…… Enjoy
Received my copy of this the other day, its a new book on NY street art compiled by Jaime Rojo and Steven P. Harrington (what a name). It features a whole host of wonderful wonders – Judith Supine, Swoon, Faile, DFace, Os Gemeos and Dan Witz. Theres also a shot of my Meat Packing piece from 2008.