Nice paintings…

The Cedar Lounge Revolution

Really like this – mentioned a few weeks back in the Guardian.

McKee, who has no formal art qualifications, spent 20 years drifting through jobs – postman, factory worker, record shop assistant – while playing guitar or drawing in his spare time. “Being creative was my life,” he says. “But so was being skint. I couldn’t tell you how many payday loans I’ve had.”
Then, in a single Saturday afternoon in 2005, everything changed. Inspired by a book he was reading, McKee took a piece of MDF initially bought to make a dining room table – and proceeded to create the unique style that would transform his fortunes. The book was Tintin. “Land of Black Gold,” he remembers. “Page one, just a picture of a petrol pump – but it’s perfect. There’s not a single line that doesn’t need to be there. It belongs in a gallery.”

Cool. And not…

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