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Moody Tomcat- Street Art Print

£20.00 GBP
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After years spent travelling and squatting, Michael ended up homeless in London with a drug habit. “I got into a hostel and eventually got myself clean,” he says. “Now I’ve got a Peabody Flat and things are cool. With my painting my thing is humour. The more ridiculous the better. I think the world is a very silly place and hopefully this comes though in my pictures.” Moody Tomcat is one of two pictures Michael painted at Crisis over Christmas.

Unframed Prints available in sizes A4 or A3

A3 and A4 are printed on 300GSM High Colour Matt Paper

A2 where available, is printed on 200GSM High Colour Gloss Paper

All prints have a bleed space that varies between artworks

Michael Crosswaite

After years spent travelling and squatting, Michael ended up homeless in London with a drug habit. “I got into a hostel and eventually got myself clean,” he says. “Now I’ve got a Peabody Flat and things are cool. With my painting my thing is humour. The more ridiculous the better. I loved Monty Python and the whole silliness thing. I think the world is a very silly place and hopefully this comes though in my pictures.”
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