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IMI Bristol 2014 promises to be an event that will stimulate your creative thinking and your clinical practice.
Our Friday Graffiti workshop, this year is being led by Jody of Digital Fire Creative; http://www.digital-fire.co.uk/. Together we will create our own IMI Graffiti.
Weather permitting, we also plan to take a tour of Bristol’s graffiti landmarks.
Jody began painting in 1988 at the now infamous Barton Hill Youth Club in Bristol developing a strong black and white figurative style alongside other Bristol artists: Inkie, Cheo and Banksy. He specialises in freehand photorealistic pieces in spray paint.
He has exhibited at the Royal West of England Academy, View Gallery and had 2 sell out solo shows at the Weapon of Choice Gallery & Eventspace Bristol. Although not officially 'Graffiti' in the strict and traditional sense of the word he considers himself more an aerosol artist. His work crosses age and cultural barriers to dispel the myth that Graffiti is an exclusive art form that people can’t fathom or work out. His work takes inspiration from the darker side of fashion, film and TV.