Darren Floyd

Darren Floyd

Darren Floyd

Darren is a writer/painter from Cardiff. All three paintings they were inspired by seeing bands live in Cardiff, The Six Foot Painting “Imgettingoffthefloor…” was completed specially for BigLittleCity. Visit his website by clicking the link below. Darren Floyd’s website Tweet

Mab Jones

Mab Jones

Jam Bones is a not-for-profit spoken word collective that organises slams, jams, poetry performances and popular open mics. It is run by @mabjones, a comic poet from Ely, Cardiff, who blogs regularly on spoken word and sees it as her mission to bring this burgeoning oral art form to the masses. For Big Little City, […]

Tom Ashmore

Tom Ashmore

Royal Wedding Street Parties. On the day of Prince William’s marriage to Katherine Middleton in 2011, I photographed 11 street parties around the city. These are a select few that hope to reflect the optimism, patriotism, and just sheer fun that was experienced by people of all ages on the day, and from several select […]

Michael Vaughan-Owen

Michael Vaughan-Owen

  Stall-holders at Cardiff Market           © Michael Vaughan Owen (2011) About to start his final year studying for a BA in Photography at the Cardiff School of Creative and Cultural Industries, Michael’s ambition is to develop a career in urban and social documentary photography.  He is currently working on a […]

Michael Flynn

Michael Flynn

The three pieces displayed in “Big Little City” represented in some ways my relationship to and feelings for Cardiff. “Running the Dog” was the first bronze I ever made. It was cast In Martin Bellwood’s studio, then in Cogan. We had both been students at Howard Gardens and the sculpture became the focus of the […]

Geraint Rhys Rowland

Geraint Rhys Rowland

Cardiff and the Bay (Water and Light) From the surrounding Bristol Channel, to the large Cardiff Bay Waterfront area, the flowing water of the Ely and Taff rivers, to the Old restored Docks and canal systems, you are never far from Water in Cardiff. Although the country experiences more than its fair share of rain, […]

David Gould

David Gould

‘Boots’ These paintings, in oil on sized paper, of ancient worn-out shoes and industrial workers’ boots portray the corpses of once working footwear–which are visually richer in death than in life-the ghosts of people and times past- and the passing of an age of hardship and heavy industry.  The great beauty of very old worn […]

Claire Edge

Claire Edge

Claire produced these abstract pictures influenced by Cardiff’s cityscape.   Tweet

Arc Vertiac

Arc Vertiac

Arc Vertiac ‘Please Remember to Forget’ is an interactive Sound/Video installation. The lone user is required to push a random combination of fifty unmarked buttons to launch pre-recorded audio/video into a streaming sensory storyline. From simple beginnings the audio and video overlap to create a unique experience which differs every time someone activates the button […]

Ben Lamb

Ben Lamb

Ben produced a couple of excellent illustrations from memorable street scenes in the Roath/Cathays area. Check out his website for more illustration work. BLAMB Tweet

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