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Edison and Topsy (2006)

acrylic on canvas, 600mm x 600mm Thomas Edison is often hailed as the great American Inventor, resonsible for such innovations as the phonograph and the lightbulb (which of course, he didn’t actually invent). The truth however, is that he was never much of an innovator, his method was to employ hundreds of minions to ‘improve’ […]

Descartes (2006)

acrylic on canvas, 812mm x 304mm This is the first of two anamorphic paintings recently completed. This one is of René Descartes, the 17th Century philosopher and mathematician, most famous for his conclusion in The Meditations on First Philosophy of ‘Cogito Ergo Sum’ – which roughly translates as ‘I’m thinking, therefore I am’. To view […]