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Faith and Art

Since as far back as I can remember I have loved cartoons and comics. Trying from a young age to create my own characters and story lines based on things I had seen. My older brother was also a big inspiration to me. I could see that he was really good at drawing and that [...]
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What inspires my Art?

What inspires my Art? This blog is about some of the things which I feel has influenced and inspired me through the years as an artist. It should give you a small insight to the kind of things I enjoyed looking at growing up and still enjoy today. These are the things that have helped [...]
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Splat-tags, What are they?

Splat-tags are a new form of artistic expression from Natty Art UK. They can be designs, symbols and words which are crafted from foam-bords, mounted on to colourful card and attached to a canvas background. Both the design and canvas are painted and splatted with different coloured paints, bringing a vibrant energy to the work. [...]
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Zealous Shield – Cosha Don

Check out the recent Hip Hop project I got involved with, original illustrations for up and coming Hip Hop artist Cosha Don, with his debut album entitled 'Zealous Shield.' The concept is set in the future, in a post-apocoliptic world where death and destruction is rife! The Cosha Don character is loosely based on Captain [...]
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