Public transport is a big influence on my work.. /its where i begrudgingly spend a lot of my time and its definitely one of the strangest environments i have to endure…./. Only humans could invent an environment where you are completely surrounded by your own kind, but you sit in complete silence. Then once you are off and back on to the streets you call yourselves social creatures. /./../ I am not a social creature../. And to be honest i quite like the uptight silence.. /.
‘Hidden Behind An Invisible Barrier Of Perspex’ Acrylic and Collage on Layered Plywood 92 cm x 66 cm
January 21, 2013 | Categories: Fine Art | Tags: Acrylic, art, Artist, Arts, Arts and Entertainment, Brighton, buses, city, expression, government, human, industrial, Jakob Belbin, life, New, Paint, Painting, portrait, public transport, Reclaimed, recycle, recycling, social, Socialising, street art, town, trains, underground, urban, urban art, urban expressionism, Visual Arts | Leave a comment