I will be exhibiting at Grand Designs exhibition this year from 2nd-10th May. My stand is a miniature replica of my painted Birdhouse in Bristol with a striking new Koi carp mural inside. I hope to showcase my new range of wallpapers, vinyls and cards. http://www.granddesignslive.com
I am busy preparing for my stand at this years’ Grand Designs event at the Excel Centre from 2nd-10th May. I will be introducing a range of wallpapers and vinyl products. The Hello Blue team did a wonderful job printing the re-positionable peacock wallpaper and all the original sandblasted samples.
I was asked to take part on the judging panel for the new Bristol Pounds. It was wonderful opportunity and great to meet the other members of the judging panel. Looking forward to seeing the new Bristol pounds which will be launched on the 30th June 2015. BBC Points West Made in Bristol (Freeview channel … Continued
My graffiti tiger design was displayed in the Citi Money Gallery curator at the British Museum alongside other UK local currencies. The exhibition ran from December 2014 until April 2015. Below is a link to the blog about UK currencies: http://blog.britishmuseum.org/2014/12/18/you-acted-funny-tryin-to-spend-my-moneybowie-on-a-banknote/
I was very excited to be asked for a copy of my Bristol’s Old City illustrated map for the Bristol Museum and Art Gallery Archives. It will eventually be on show in the museum for visitors to see. http://www.bristolmuseums.org.uk/bristol-museum-and-art-gallery/
I have a solo exhibition at Hamilton House! I am showing most of my recent work in the very large space in the front reception. Please come along and say hello on Thursday 16th from 5-9pm and take a peek at some of the drawings on show….!
A production by Theatre Damfino that will be coming soon! The Little Table of Delights will inspire both your tastebuds and imagination, filling children’s plates with amazing stories and food! Working with with The Bristol Old Vic, Theatre Damfino and 5oclockapron, I was asked to design a promotional image and branding for this new production … Continued
I had the pleasure of meeting Claire Cavanagh last week and was interviewed about my work, the Window Shop and other projects I have been involved in. We talked for over an hour and a half! Luckily it was edited down to 20 minutes! I had a brilliant time- thanks Claire!
A huge thank you to Ruth Hamilton at Computer Arts Magazine for featuring me in their Self Promo article. Six creatives were asked to share their views on the best self promo they had seen or had done themselves. The main self promo option for me was painting my house! Maybe to be re-designed and … Continued
I have finally made my artwork available to buy online! I have created an Etsy Shop and a shop through Big Cartel, just search for Lucas Antics on Etsy or click ‘shop’ through my website. I am hoping to start putting more of my other products on there throughout 2014 so keep an eye out!
I was commissioned by Bristol City Council to design this year’s images for the hoardings that are placed beneath College Green’s Christmas tree. I wanted to make them full of humour and incorporate some of Bristol’s iconic scenes. These designs are available to buy as Christmas cards from The Little Shop and directly from myself- … Continued
The Little Shop was launched in September 2013 with fellow artist friend Amber Elise. We spent seven days painting a new mural of flying bunnies and pineapples on the outside. The Little Shop hosts a range of artists’ work, including ceramic, jewellery, cushions, tea towels, prints and cards- a perfect place to find a little … Continued
A private commission for the gates of the houses on Picton Street. We decided on a mural that would work as four individual panels but would also appear as a complete mural when the gates were closed. I worked closely with the clients’ briefs, adding my own unique style and involved them through the whole … Continued
I thought you might like to have a sneaky peek at an article with my house featured in The Times newspaper representing Montpelier as one of the coolest place in Britain to live!
The Window Shop opened in August and I try to be open every Saturday (weather permitting .) Read more on the Evening Post blog and a lovely blog written by a local lady called Charlotte Berger.
I have started screen printing duvets and cushions. Each one is individual and unique and prices start from £30 – please contact me for more information.