Above: The step by step process of the painting.
Below: The Man Himself, Emil. Director of Sole Seekers visiting the painting.
Due to my son being born earlier this year I was unable to attend the European Premiere of "Sole Seekers" this August, however I was able to catch the screening at the Charlotte St Hotel Cinema on November 11th.
I congratulate Emil (the director) & all those that played a part in getting this project finished & out there, It is such a well researched & put together documentary & am eternally grateful for being involved in the film.
Triplezed has a small part in the documentary, but seeing my art on the silver screen made a big impression!
After seeing my art in the film I was inspired to see the film in my art.
I painted the Mural this month at London's South bank (which is a heavily painted spot, so you gotta be quick if you want to see it).
I included some of the cast of the film in the mural & along the bottom of the piece some of the people who have supported my work.
For the latest info on the Sole Seekers Film including screenings, click here.
Original design of the Sole Seekers logo by "Ch33ki Media"
To see a previous Mural from Leo Stiles click here.
"100 Days Of Leake Street" is a project by Sabina Andron who has documented 10 sections of wall at Leake Street , London. Taking photos everyday for 100 days, just shows how much this legal graffiti spot gets painted. Can you spot the cheeky Leo Stiles character?
“I don’t claim to be an amazing artist, but I do strive to be an original one. During the late 90’s & the turn of the 21st century I developed a new technique of painting/drawing I now call "Original Digital" . Unlike the pixel art movement where work is created on a grid, the "Original Digital" technique is a hand drawn (analogue if you will) method which can be seen as a commentary of the rise of digital technology slowly leaving behind all things analogue. I look forward to explore more of this in future works”. - Leo Stiles
A closer look at the hand painted custom jacket from earlier on in the year. The jackets will be avaible upon request soon for men & women, in any colour or size. As always you will be able to input into the design for a fully personal one of a kind item. Keep an eye out for future projects here on the blog.
"Hotter Than July Thirteen - Palm Tree Thoughts"
This improvised skecth (12"x12"- acrylic on canvas) is inspired by the summer weather weve been having.