Flashboy Max | Natalie Knowles Art

Flashboy Max 2.1

Natalie has released an update, featuring all-new illustrations. She has been exploring found object art, photography, collage and drawing in order to create this series of dark and grungy illustrations. The author and artist felt it was important to refresh the illustrations, as electronic visualisation is always moving forward. The retro videogame aesthetic no longer … Continue reading Flashboy Max 2.1

Wood’n Boats exhibition

I'm very excited to be a part of the Wood'n Boats exhibition at The Yare Gallery in Great Yarmouth. A collection of my dad's crab fishing photos, that have been digitally restored and colourised, will be on show 9 Sept to 6 Oct, Tues-Sat, 11-4. Glyn Knowles was a crab fisherman in Sheringham, North Norfolk … Continue reading Wood’n Boats exhibition

Resonance

RESONANCE is an exhibition by Lonely Arts Club artists This June, the LAC is taking over the Old Shoe Factory (a.k.a. St Mary's Works) with an exciting contemporary art exhibition. I'm delighted to be taking part and exhibiting Cyberpunk 2.1. There will also be performance art and a diverse array of work on show from … Continue reading Resonance

The Old Shoe Factory Project Week

From the crumbling brick nooks to the miles of cables on rusty girders, The Old Shoe Factory a.k.a. St Mary's Works is a building that impresses at every scale. I love the electrical power box where thick black cables converge. It's a building that inspires and a fabulous space to create in. I was delighted … Continue reading The Old Shoe Factory Project Week