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A collection of work created for the Brothers of the Stripe exhibition - Tea Time | Manchester. Soup Kitchen (an exhibition exploring the concept… Read More
A collection of work created for the Brothers of the Stripe exhibition - Tea Time | Manchester. Soup Kitchen (an exhibition exploring the concept of Tea Time through a variety of illustrative styles and techniques). I decided to create a body of work which was based on this topic of food, focusing on the idea of consumption - meat and animals - This in turn developed in to something called the 'Pork Pirates' (or Pork Pie-rates) ...and due to my macbook passing away half-way through the project, it forced me or allowed me to experiment with a more diverse range of mediums - including stencils and spray paints and photography - which is the resulting A5 print packs - each print digitally printed with added hand finished details. Tea Time - Brothers of the Stripe: Will Scobie | Mr the Beef | Mr Millerchip | Stephen Chan | The Cloud Commission | Kristian Jones | Patrick Schmidt | FiST www.brothersofthestripe.co.uk Read Less
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Pork Pirates | Pork Chop T-shirt:
2 x Colour screenprint (Black overprinted on Red)

available for Male & Female in White / Yellow / Khaki
A collaboration between myself and Will Scobie, for the Brothers of the Stripe - 'Tea Time' exhibition.

Title: 
'Cake for Two' & 'Tea with the White Rabbit'

2 x Colour
A3 x Prints
250gsm Tintoretta Gesso

A random set of 5 prints, for the Brothers of the Stripe - 'Tea Time' exhibition. Touched up with extra digital over-printing, spray painting, acrylics, etc to create individual prints, each one slightly different and unique.

Mixed media
A6 x Prints
250gsm Tintoretta Gesso
Preparation for the A6 set of prints / making a variety of stencils
The Brothers of the Stripe - Tea Time exhibition @ Manchester / Soup Kitchen
Preparation for the A6 set of prints / making a variety of stencils
The Brothers of the Stripe - Tea Time exhibition @ Manchester / Soup Kitchen
*Be Hospitable exhibition @ Liverpool Biennial 2012