Simon explores humanitys delicate relationship with code by creating compositions which take iconic internet imagery/ viral moments, and overlap them with the source code that powered them – The Instagram code that helped Kim Kardashian break the internet or the YouTube code that got Miley coming through like a wrecking ball.
Through his art, Simon is learning to appreciate the physical craft of screen-printing. A delicate step by step process, with no CMD + Z readily available. Simon is currently in the process of creating a series of artworks in his spare time.
During a trip to Bali, Tristan and a few friends bought a fake GoPro which wasn't HD, wasn't indestructible and certainly wasn't waterproof.
But instead of throwing away the footage, we celebrated the poor quality and made this retro film.
Life at 180 BPM
Simon fancied himself a bit of a raver while at uni, so set up a little business filming at Drum and Bass raves around the UK. Through the sweat, tracksuits and almost certain hear loss, he gained a deep insight into one of the UK's most unique underground musical genres.
Avin' it large
Locked in Amsterdam
Simon, along with his housemate Stefan Apswoude, kept a visual diary of abandoned locks they found throughout Amsterdam and turned it into a photo book.
The Locked in Amsterdam book can be purchased online here
AdBlock: Piccadilly Lights
We gave the Piccadilly Lights the AdBlock treatment.
Forget Trump, during our time in Lithuania we had the chance to design a wall hiding the ugly building site of a new business park development. We decided on a lenticular design and guess what? Mexico didn't even have to pay for it.
What's up doc?
Inspired by a childhood classic, Simon created a run of 25 hand made screenprints on 150gsm paper. Drop us a note if you would like one.