Junya Watanabe Man spring/summer
Junya Watanabe / Lacoste / Saint James Collaboration
‘remixed’ Acrylics / Spraypaints / Leafing on canvas
featured by Kanye West
‘ELECTRO ‘ also appeared in Propa Tee x Katherine Hamnett, Shibuya-Ku, Tokyo
Project with photographer Gavin Watson
F.R.E.S.H. RAINCOAT / UTILITY SHEET
'LIFE IS WONDERFUL'
'THEY ARE THE HEROES OF OUR AGE'
The people who stood in the dock with Nelson Mandela, prepared to sacrifice their lives for freedom and racial equality in South Africa.
In 1963 Ahmed Kathrada (accused no. 5), Denis Goldberg (accused no. 3) and Andrew Mlangeni (accused no.10) were all sentenced to life imprisonment at the famous Rivonia trial.
They served 74 years in prison between them.
When the Rivonia Trial accused entered the courtroom each day, they would raise a clenched fist and call out ‘Amandla!’ - power! Their supporters in the galleries would complete the chant with ‘Ngawethu!’ - it is ours! The iconic chant of the liberation movement, this call and response were the first words of Nelson Mandela spoke publicly after his and their release in 1990.
is a triptych of portraits by Sunil Pawar, painted as a tribute to Andrew Mlangeni, Denis Goldberg and Ahmed Kathrada.
Commissioned especially over December 2015/ January 2016 for 'Life is Wonderful!' and Global Witness, the triptych Amandla! Ngawethu! celebrates Denis, Andrew and Kathy’s sacrifice, struggle and success.
to coincide with the three inspirational men who were instrumental in the abolition of apartheid, receiving the key to the City of London.
Each of the portraits have been signed by Kathrada, Goldberg and Mlangeni and were unveiled at Grosvenor House, London.
LONDON OLYMPICS COMMISSION / SUNIL PAWAR / IDENTITY / 360 DESIGN
Working alongside A NEW DIRECTION, SODA and the CREATIVE INTELLIGENCE AGENCY, I was commissioned to create Artwork/Design of visuals for print, animation, film and stadium outlets which were produced to work as an umbrella for the themed Truce Arts Project, encouraging young Londoners to take part creatively in the London Olympics initiative.
“The Olympic Truce is a tradition originating from Ancient Greece that dates back to 776 BC. A "truce" was announced before and during the Olympic Games to ensure the host city state was not attacked and athletes and spectators could travel safely to the Games and peacefully return to their respective countries....“
Book series artwork.
Acrylics and Spray paints on canvas
RETURN OF THE BLOOD DIAMOND
Report wraparound artwork
Customised Open fighter pilot racing helmet.
Commissioned by GGTR racing broadcaster Spanish Tony
'Two Phazed People'
Don't Touch recordings, Bristol
MICROSOFT X_BOX / NIGHT TIME TAKEOVER
'X-BOX PLAY' painting converted into film, animating sequential stills following the artworks process. High profile campaign, projected in Berlin, Essen, Dresden, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Hanover, Koln, Munich and Stuttgart.
Parti Communiste Francais
presidential nationwide campaign artwork France
WORLD OF SPORTS
VOLUME I 'ALI'
VOLUME II 'SENNA'
VOLUME III 'LOMU'
Deluxe editions with hand customised acrylic spray and George m. Whiley gold leafing.
Collaboration with photographer Glen Burrows
'West London Racing'
Cutomised JBL control one monitors
Based on traditional reggae sound system dub sirens and effects units. Designed and created from scratch, the analogue unit's individual components have been painstakingly sourced from all around Europe,
All sound effects in the film are created by the unit
low light operation
battery operated by 9V battery
powered by The Dub Mekanix
13" x 13" x 3.5"
accompanying film exhibited at the Tate Modern Tanks
Harvey Nichols Full front window display Flagship store, Knightsbridge, London
Double page editorial ilustration