The Wicked Witch of the West

A famous scene from The Wizard of Oz, starring Judy Garland, Frank Morgan, Ray Bolger, Bert Lahr & Margaret Hamilton. Directed by Victor Fleming, written by Noel Langley. 1939.

This piece was made as an actual spray paint stencil, and also a computer animated version, while working for TCM. It took forever to do, I also made stencil animations, using the same technique for other famous scenes. None of them were ever used for TCM, as the project got dropped, but I have used this one as part of my VJ shows though.

2002, London, England, UK

THE RAT PACK

A famous scene from Ocean’s Eleven, starring Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jr., directed by Lewis Milestone, written by Harry Brown. 1960.

This piece was made as an actual spray paint stencil, and also a computer animated version, while working for TCM. It took forever to do, I also made stencil animations, using the same technique for other famous scenes. None of them were ever used for TCM, as the project got dropped, but I have used this one as part of my VJ shows though.

2002, London, England, UK

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

A scene from The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, played by Lee Van Cleef, also starring Clint Eastwood. directed by Sergio Leone, written by Luciano Vincenzoni. 1966.

This piece was made as an actual spray paint stencil, and also a computer animated version, while working for TCM. It took forever to do, I also made stencil animations, using the same technique for other famous scenes, but this one worked out the best. None of them were ever used for TCM, as the project got dropped, but I have used this one as part of my VJ shows though.

2002, London, England, UK

DON’T TAKE MY BABY

A famous scene from Poltergeist, played by JoBeth Williams, also starring Heather O’Rourke. directed by Tobe Hooper written by Steven Spielberg. 1982.

This piece was made as an actual spray paint stencil, and also a computer animated version, while working for TCM. It took forever to do, I also made stencil animations, using the same technique for other famous scenes, but this one worked out the best. None of them were ever used for TCM, as the project got dropped, but I have used this one as part of my VJ shows though.

2002, London, England, UK

LOLITA

A famous scene from Lolita, played by Sue Lyon, also starring James Mason. Directed by Stanley Kubrick, written by Vladimir Nabokovk. 1962

This piece was made as an actual spray paint stencil, and also a computer animated version, while working for TCM. It took forever to do, I also made stencil animations, using the same technique for other famous scenes, None of them were ever used for TCM, as the project got dropped, but I have used this one as part of my VJ shows though.

2002, London, England, UK

You’ve got to ask yourself a question: ‘do I feel lucky?’ Well, do ya, punk ?

A famous scene from Dirty Harry, played by Clint Eastwood, directed by Don Siegel, written by Harry Julian Fink.

This piece was made as an actual spray paint stencil, and also a computer animated version, while working for TCM. It took forever to do, I also made stencil animations, using the same technique for other famous scenes, None of them were ever used for TCM, as the project got dropped, but I have used this one as part of my VJ shows though.

2002, London, England, UK

NO A LA PENA DE MUERTE

Again I was asked by Amnesty International Spain, based in Madrid, to design and produce an original animation for their long standing no death penalty campaign. This animation was to be projected on to buildings in various cities around Spain, during Amnesty night time vigils. The animation is without sound and was produced in the four official national languages of Spain (Castellano, Catalan, Galician and Basque).

Madrid, Spain, 2010

Dylan two to three

Audio :
Ben Howard, Keep Your Head Up
Barcelona, Please Don’t Go (KG Counterpart Remix)

HERE’S JOHNNY…

A famous scene from The Shining, played by Jack Nicholson, directed by Stanley Kubrick, written by Stephen King.

This piece was made as an actual spray paint stencil, and also a computer animated version, while working for TCM. It took forever to do, I also made stencil animations, using the same technique for other famous scenes, but this one worked out the best.

None of them were ever used for TCM, as the project got dropped, but I have used this one as part of my VJ shows though.

2002, London, England, UK