Brighton Pavilion - drawn onto the wall using Posca paint pens and some patience.

Brighton Pier - painted up onto the wall using blackboard paint and Posca paint pens.

Here is an idea of how the design fits the wall, the artwork I was supplied with was only scaled to fit about 6ft, so I had to improvise and stretch the design out to fit 20 ft.

The largest of the wall designs is now pulling together - with the added department-relevant screens. This one proved mightily hard to keep straight in a wonky wall situation - but I got there and it is looking sweet!

Another wall design featuring an iPhone app and some mathematical objects - grids and circles a particular headache to get right - but looking good!

Another wall design featuring an iPhone app and some mathematical objects - grids and circles a particular headache to get right - but looking good!

Another wall set for Epic - this one design is split across two separate walls joined by the red heart monitor.

Some updated walls from the Epic offices in Brighton - these two are now nearly finished having added the client screenshots to the tablet and laptop.

Stage one continued! This time the beginnings of a helicopter come submarine design!!

Stage one continued! This time the beginnings of a helicopter come submarine design!!

Stage one of a mural series for Brighton based E-Learning company ‘Epic’. They want 6 walls covered in client-themed imagery. Some more angles…

Stage one of a mural series for Brighton based E-Learning company ‘Epic’. They want 6 walls covered in client-themed imagery. And so it begins…

Have a look over here at the Hackney council website where there’s a little picture of me doing my thing in front of the caravan that I painted for the BBC. The article describes what we (Tech Moon) were doing there and shows what a success the whole project was…

Have a look over here at the Hackney council website where there’s a little picture of me doing my thing in front of the caravan that I painted for the BBC. The article describes what we (Tech Moon) were doing there and shows what a success the whole project was…


Here is a caravan that I painted for the BBC for the Radio 1 Hackney Weekend at the Hackney Marshes. The caravan had the roof removed and acted as a DJ booth for the entire weekend in the guest area - the bit where the celebs hang out and have their interviews. The design was inspired by the many industrial buildings in Hackney and of course the many railway arches that are now synonymous with east London. Good times!

The caravan that I produced for the BBC for the Radio 1 Hackney Weekend. Here is the developmental process…

So in probably my most high-profile job to date Tech Moon were commissioned by the BBC to decorate the site for the Radio 1 Hackney Weekend. Here are some pictures of the archways that I painted in just 1 day! Great experience, and great fun…these were hopefully seen by 100,000 people in just 2 days.

For one I decided to create a cosmic and dreamy skyline, complete with orbs. For the other I decided to refine some orbs with a much more earthly sky - inspired by the crazy spectrum of sky that Hackney provided over the day. This second archway was in collaboration with local artist Stallion - complete with a diamond gesture at the top-centre.

Got to grips with trying to paint buildings using spray paint at the Bournemouth Summer Ball 2012. Drawing buildings is a passion of mine and if I can garner some skill in painting them large and quick I think I will be on to something…still this is quite an impressionistic end result.