My recent art show in southwest London left no prisoners. Or do I mean pensioners?


It’s true, dear friends: the leafy picturesque town of Richmond was left in tatters after Riverside Robo-Attack: my exhibition at the Riverside Gallery – so dastardly and dangerous it made children cry and angry locals write “This is not art!” in the visitors’ book…


In fact there was a plethora of the kind of saucy sci-fi nonsense as seen on a squillion Finger Lickin’ sleeves, with new paintings, prints and sculptures on show for two months over Christmas and New Year.


A million thanks go to all the Finger Lickin’ fans and other fellow breaks/funk/art-heads who travelled from afar and wrote very heart-warming messages, brought on by seeing their favourite sleeves and original line-art from Plump DJs records to Krafty Kuts posters. “It brought a lump to my trousers and a tear to my jap’s eye” was one such comment I found hard to explain to my mum.


Out now on Freshly Squeezed Records on strictly limited vinyl or MP3 from all major stores including Juno, iTunes, Amazon and Beatport. Just knock three times and tell them I sent you. So the show’s going to hit the road this year with luck… keep your eyes peeled and your buttocks clenched. It’s not for your average watercolour admirer…

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