About The Artist Graduating in 2000 with a Diploma/Masters in Art & Design I have exhibited my artwork across the UK and further afield. In 2015 my paintings were featured at Het Kunstenaarsbal (Amsterdam Cultural Festival). Moving from painting large scale street art inspired canvases to walls my Tribe All artwork began as an idea for a workshop painting on old spray cans which would have otherwise been thrown away. In 2019 these paintings developed into my unisex urban t-shirt brand Tribe All. Both the artwork and the t-shirts celebrate and promoting the diverse cultures of the world motivated by my love of street art and culture. Inspired by tribes, tribal gods and ritual masks, the non-naturalistic yet highly stylised form, I feel, really embodies powerful and highly expressive imagery. My artwork has been featured in Elle Decoration, 3 editions of House & Garden and Red magazine. Last month my was work was showcased at the very first National Social Media Awards in London. Future ventures in February 2022 include taking part in Event Savo’ which will be opening Milan Fashion Week where Tribe All will be paraded as ‘New Talent’. In 2018 I won Top Artist at the Aberdeen Fashion, Art and Awards. 2019 Top Graffiti Artists Of The Year 2019 – Arts, Media and Fashion Award - Aberdeen Fashion Week. In 2021 I received a Recognition For Contemporary Art award at the Aberdeen Fashion, Art, Media Awards.
Tiki Red and Green T - Shirt
This design is inspired by Tibetan masks. Often embodying the wrathful deities of Tibetan Buddhism, they are meant to drive fear and terror into the hearts of the forces of evil. They are also meant to provide tranquility and calm to Buddhists seeking enlightenment through prayer and meditation. It’s not only the masks’ shape that has a hidden meaning and is associated with the good and the true, the beautiful and the ugly, because their colours have distinct meaning e.g. yellow indicates a deep wisdom, as well as compassion, good fortune and every virtue: this was, indeed, the colour the first Buddha chose as a symbol of humbleness and refusal of materialism. Digitally direct to garment printed on Heavy Duty Gildan T-Shirts. This unisex t-shirt comes with the spray can face on the front and Tribe All Logo on the back in orange. Available in 2 colours – black and white. Sizes available from Small to 4XL. - Gender: Unisex