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Duncan McAfee
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Duncan McAfee

‘It starts with the chance encounter of spattered and ink, like spilled wine or blood. The surface is then reworked with various self sabotages and rescues, involving the images in a continual game of chance’.

The resulting characters are part street-drunks, part beaten up cartoon characters. Duncan forms these images from mis-remembered clumps of art history and dollops of pop-culture and the characters wrestle with themselves, contorted and dis-jointed, funny and grotesque.

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Hand Painted Skateboards

In Focus…

Nina Mankin

Each month Felix focuses on a particular artist. Nina Mankin is based in London and uses a variety of media to delve into the magic and uncanny realm of fairy tales, psychology and dreams.

She works within the medium of sculptural installation, print and collage, which weave together to form unusual and intricate visual stories. 

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A collage by Nina Mankin

Posts

  • London’s Housing Crisis
    London’s Housing Crisis by Felix H. Wilkinson ‘Make me wanna holler’ is a line from Marvin Gaye’s seminal tune Inner City Blues. It’s as relevant today as it was in the late sixties, but for different reasons.  At that time our cities were suffering from decay and urban blight.  Today, issues of affordability and inequality
  • Ten Great Documentary Films
    This is a personal selection of some of the best documentaries I have watched over the years. If you manage to watch any of them I hope you enjoy them as much as I have. If you have any of your own best docs to watch, please add them to comments. I love to watch
  • Noah Purifoy – assemblage artist
    Noah Purifoy Assemblage artist by Lesley Hilling One of the places I would like to visit is Los Angeles – by the nineteen sixties a thriving art scene had established itself there, with many artists, like Noah Purifoy, working in assemblage and using found materials.  Assemblage was popular in the West Coast, not only because

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