Haunted by a Nuclear Power Station


As you may know, I have just completed a book cover for the writer Gareth E. Rees.

In an article on Unofficial Britain, Gareth talks about a painting he bought off me called “Ghostbox” and the influence it had on his latest novel The Stone Tide.

feeling very humbled that my work can inspire other people, way after it has left my studio. Read the article here.

The Stone Tide is now on sale via Influx Press



latest work now on sale.

I am pleased to announce that I have some new prints on sale. These are really quite something with neon colours, and a fantasy/ Sci-Fi twist!

As usual, buildings are my muse, and these are reflections on my memories of living on a housing estate in the 1970’s and my feelings towards new planets, and unheard technologies.

These are high quality prints on archival museum quality paper, and have a no fade guarantee of 100 years +

If you would rather buy directly from myself, then drop me a line at: 23creative@gmail.com

Click here to see the rest of my prints currently for sale.

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Thanks very much!







The Stone Tide continued.

Following up from my last post about The Stone Tide book cover I designed, here are some pictures.

The first Image is the inspiration for the book cover, chosen by the author. He actually has this and other pieces of my art in his home. The image is called First Blow Struck. For more pics why not visit my Facebook page here.

You can buy the book here.




Base artwork, and image of printers proof of hardback jacket cover.



“Plot Number 9”

New work. “Plot Number 9”

Oh boy oh boy, I am embracing the notion of “Abstract Sci-fi”
It is treating me well, and I am constructing fictional scapes, that i inhabit for a short while… I get lost, then I find my way back again.

I have also been glued to the great telly prog called MARS on Netflix, and it blew me away, try and catch it.
The thing that I got from this, is the amount of uncertainty that technology can bring us, it can make us ask more questions, beyond we could have asked even ten years ago.
Through exploration, and breaking through every barrier, we could change the conversation.

If you would like to see a better pic see my facebook page