I’ve Got A Window Wednesday

I’ve Got A Window Wednesday

(1998) BMW 318i, Jeep Cherokee, plastic hose, hose clamps, 420 × 370 cm, Created for the Earl Brutus album Tonight You Are The Special One

Ziggy Stardust and The Spiders from Mars

Ziggy Stardust and The Spiders from Mars

(1998) Screenprint on paper, 150 × 100 cm

Bar Chart Disaster

Bar Chart Disaster

(2005) Screenprint on paper, 80 × 150 cm

American Supreme

American Supreme

Suicide (2002) 12” Vinyl album cover, art direction by Scott King, photography by Jonathan de Villiers

Dave Help Me (Religious Poster)

Dave Help Me (Religious Poster)

(2003) Screenprint on paper, 114.5 × 77.5cm

Self Portrait as a Pie Chart (On the Verge of Collapse)

Self Portrait as a Pie Chart (On the Verge of Collapse)

(2004) Vinyl/PVC, wire frame, 180 × 127 cm


JEFF THE BASTARD

JEFF THE BASTARD

(2008) Adhesive vinyl, Dimensions variable

TEMPORARY EYESORE

TEMPORARY EYESORE

(2008) Hoarding commissioned by the Architecture Foundation, Bankside, London

THE ALCOHOLICS COLOURING BOOK

THE ALCOHOLICS COLOURING BOOK

(2008) Screenprints on paper, each 38 × 30.5 cm

MARTIN HILF MIR!

MARTIN HILF MIR!

(2011) Lithographic print, 58 × 41 cm

IDEOLOGY AND THE MASS MEDIA (I WAS SEDUCED, NOT ABUSED)

IDEOLOGY AND THE MASS MEDIA (I WAS SEDUCED, NOT ABUSED)

(2012) Screenprint on paper, 85 × 45 cm

LUDWIG WITTGENSTEIN (ON CERTAINTY)

LUDWIG WITTGENSTEIN (ON CERTAINTY)

(2008) Screenprint on paper, 30 × 40 cm

Anish Kapoor (on Regeneration)

Anish Kapoor (on Regeneration)

(2010) Screenprint on paper, 91.5 × 91.5 cm

MARXIST DISCO CANCELLED

MARXIST DISCO CANCELLED

(2011) Letterpress print, 70 × 50 cm

A HISTORY OF MUSIC (POWER STATION DAD)

A HISTORY OF MUSIC (POWER STATION DAD)

(2012) Album covers and screenprint, 45.5 × 106 cm

LONG LIVE DEATH

LONG LIVE DEATH

(2012) Inkjet print, 219 × 150 cm

The artist should never contemplate making a work of art that is about <i>something;</i> a successful work of art can only ever be about <i>nothing.</i> The artist’s complete negation of intent thus creating a reflective surface into which the critic, curator or collector can gaze and see only himself - Sol LeWitt, <i>Paragraphs on Conceptual Art, 1967</i>

The artist should never contemplate making a work of art that is about something; a successful work of art can only ever be about nothing. The artist’s complete negation of intent thus creating a reflective surface into which the critic, curator or collector can gaze and see only himself - Sol LeWitt, Paragraphs on Conceptual Art, 1967

(2012) Plaster bust and mirrored cube, 173 × 57 × 50 cm

The artist should never contemplate making a work of art that is about <i>something;</i> a successful work of art can only ever be about <i>nothing.</i> The artist’s complete negation of intent thus creating a reflective surface into which the critic, curator or collector can gaze and see only himself - Sol LeWitt, <i>Paragraphs on Conceptual Art, 1967</i>

The artist should never contemplate making a work of art that is about something; a successful work of art can only ever be about nothing. The artist’s complete negation of intent thus creating a reflective surface into which the critic, curator or collector can gaze and see only himself - Sol LeWitt, Paragraphs on Conceptual Art, 1967

(2012) Plaster bust and mirrored cube, 173 × 57 × 50 cm

A BALLOON FOR BRITAIN

A BALLOON FOR BRITAIN

(2012) Installation view, Herald St, London

A BALLOON FOR BRITAIN

A BALLOON FOR BRITAIN

(2012) Photographic print (in 10 parts), Each 45 × 30 cm