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OHHHHMY! Painting Process and Giclee Print

OHHHHMY! took Andrew McAttee 4 weeks to paint, we took photos along the way in order to document the process. The image will be released as a large-scale Giclee Print at the next Something in the Attic event on the 25th of October at 6pm. OHHHHMY! Giclee Print on 310gsm Hahnemuhle German Etching Heavyweight Paper Paper Size: 101.6 x 50.8cm Signed: Andrew McAttee Edition of 20 £250

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An interview with Andrew McAttee by Cedric Bardawil

Cedric Bardawil: How did you go from graffiti into studio work, and when did this transition take place? Andrew McAttee: My transformation from graffiti artist to fine artist began to take shape when I was studying at Central Saint Martin’s between 1992 and 1995. During this period I would paint graffiti on walls whilst creating more accepted forms of art on canvas at college, this is also when I developed my knowledge of art and art history. CB: How has your style evolved, and where does your inspiration come from? AM: I think my style has become much more graphic over the years, there has … Continue reading

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An exhibition of Andrew McAttee’s Art on the 25th & 26th of October 2012

Andrew McAttee will be exhibiting his latest works of art in the Attic: an unconventional space on the top floor of a Victorian building in London. His work draws together inspiration from his background as a graffiti writer (STET), which spanned across three decades beginning in the 1980’s, along with his time as a Fine Art student where he became increasingly interested in Pop Art and Abstract Expressionism. At first glance you’ll notice the hallmarks of bright, bold, eye-catching Pop Art but without a Coca-Cola reference: it’s the mood and shimmer of this movement he is most interested in. McAttee paints landscapes but not in … Continue reading