Screen prints

Four examples of a series of 10 hand pulled Screen prints, based of taxonomies of Marine Plastic finds from around the UK. Taxonomies of the examples here include:

37 Marine Plastic objects, found on various beaches around the British Isles, from Margate to the Shetland Isles during 2000 to 2007. This group of finds have been collected and collated into a taxonomy of objects that were lost by a careless brother/sister or distant cousin down or up for the day, from London.

3 Marine Plastic objects, found on the North Kent coast between the town of Margate and the village of Birchington-on-sea, from 2000 and 2007. These particular finds have been collected and collated into a taxonomy of objects that compelled who ever held them to issue noises including: parp, trrrrrr, pow pow pow, bang, ar ar ar, pee-ow, and others.

34 Marine Plastic objects, found on various beaches around the British Isles, from Margate to the Shetland Isles during 2000 to 2007. This group of finds have been collected and collated into a taxonomy of objects for no particular reason.

6 Marine Plastic objects, found on the North Kent coast between the town of Margate and the village of Birchington-on-sea, from 2000 and 2007. These particular finds have been collected and collated into a taxonomy of objects that were designed to sail the seas but sunk due to the natural lapsidasical nature of children.

These works have been exhibited in various exhibitions including ‘The One Ton Show’ 2008 and ‘Hidden Gems’ 2009, by The East End Arts Club, London.