Bryce Davies - graffeti wall (3)
Bryce Davies is a full-time Graffiti artist based in Cardiff. He produced this stunning piece depicting a gone age of Tiger Bay (description below) “Tiger Bay” This wall piece portrays and celebrates Tiger Bay as our ancestors or elders would remember it… a bustling port at the centre of the world’s industry and a […]
‘Make me an Offer‘ project by Brenden Corrigan proved to be a firm favourite at the Big Little City exhibition. The project involved Brenden visiting car boot sales in the Cardiff area since October 2009 and buying an array of analogue cameras. The cameras contained undeveloped film hidden inside, he then printed them up and […]
Legendary artist had a mini residency through-out the four month exhibition. In total we exhibited 16 paintings and three of his Magical kinetic machines. His paintings depicted Cardiff during the 50’s and 60’s whilst his magical machines where produced in the late 70’s and early 80’s. His magical machines coincidently where exhibited on the ground […]
Elys produced two pieces for the second phase of the Big Little City exhibition. Splotopoly board game (above) was / is a real crowd pleaser and his abstract cityscapes stopped people in their tracks. Plenty more work on his web page. Eyls John website Tweet
Illustrator based in Cardiff produced a superb Tiger bay crest, which tied in with the Coat of Arms interactive group project. This piece depicts the industrial port of Tiger bay’s / Butetown’s past. James Reed’s website Tweet
Excellent photographer and journalist who exhibited a large montage of the unique shops and inhabitants of the old fashioned arcades of Cardiff. Cardiff’s arcades are very special and long may the small businesses thrive. Check Amy’s personnal webite and her Cardiff Arcades project , below. Amy Davies website Cardiff Arcades project […]
Painter based in Barry, South Wales who produced a series of portraits of local musicians, which he is continuing. What was a lovely connection was that a lot of the people he painted performed a live set at the Spillers Saturday sessions at the exhibition and through the event he meet more musicians that agreed […]
This company is going from strength to strength with it’s wide range clothing, posters, postcards and mugs all with a Cardiff / Welsh flavour. The ‘I Loves the Diff‘ exhibited their altered film and book title mugs and postcards at the show plus a tee and their very clever Cardiff underground map. Big Little […]
Catherine Povey is a Welsh milliner who lives and works in her native South Wales.
Tom Armstrong, Chris Griffiths and Lucy Chip’s event photography, video and visual projections.