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Sign on the fence. I'd call it irony my self.

Sign on the fence. I’d call it irony my self.

In the cold war, British and American armed forces built a spy base on the top of the Devil’s Mountain in Berlin. The mountain its self was made of rubble from the city’s bombing in world war 2. This “man made mountain” became the highest point in West Berlin, allowing radio intercepts to be made for hundreds of miles by the Brits and the Americans. (more…)


Been asked by the guys at ferric to give some feedback on which one of these two designs should be done on a canvas.

Well, which one?




Here’s Ferric Street’s second commission for the Blue Door refuge on Scunthorpe, painted last Saturday.

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The pieces are titled

Slugs and snails and puppy dogs tails: an exploration of the assignation of gender specific roles


Sugar and spice and all things nice: an exploration of the assignation of gender specific roles, part 2


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Busy day today, been out photographing some street art being made and challenging gender stereotypes at the same time.

Busy day.

First commission for the Blue door, domestic and sexual violence charity, north Lincolnshire.

Design by agent K, assisted by art student Agent L

There will be another new piece in a few days.







This is something my wife soon came to learn, and then mimic, very early in our relationship.

It used to be the case that I’d buy cards and then forget where I put them.

Now I just refuse the whole buy it, loose it, find it at Easter charade, and, instead mumble something about the commercial exploitation of Christmas (weddings, birthdays, bar mitzvahs and any other opportunity which lends its self to card buying), before saying fuck it and not bothering in the first place.

Anyway, for my daughter’s 21st Birthday I thought I’d do something a bit different, so, working with my long term friend and collaborator known only as “Agent K” (or, at 2 am in the morning with a spray can in one hand and a can of special brew in th’other, “Special Agent K”), we came up with the following 12ft by 6ft greeting card design.


Looking at it a few days later, I reckon the paste I’ve used should last till Christmas when it can be easily modfied with a few christmassy colours and other seasonal nonsense.

Bike ride around the best areas for street art in Scunthorpe. Todays photographs showing new pieces not previously photographed at locations 1, 3 and 5


1 – alley way between cottagebeck rd and rowland rd (see photo gallery below)

2 – underpass on brigg road

3 Рside of sports direct (see photo gallery below)

4 – rear of Cash converters and El-Toro

5 РMary street alleyway (see photo gallery below)

6 – various paste-ups stencils and wall murals

New pics in gallery below: