Q: Are you studying? A: No, I studied in France. I did 2 years of Graphic Design, and 2 years of Conception & Creation for my Degree. . Q: How would you describe yourself as an artist? A: More of a Graphic Designer than an Illustrator, but i think that those two go hand in hand. I incorporate fashion into some of my works also, so id consider myself a Designer.
Q: What kind of style do you have? A: Naturalistic and organic with a fake naive inspiration.
Q: What do you use for your creations? A: I try to use everything - Multimedia, textiles, fabric etc etc.
Q: What are your thoughts on the Dublin art scene? A: I feel like it is getting better, but compared to Paris its so much smaller and slightly behind. It isnt so easy to exhibit your work too. I feel like working as a Graphic Designer i am sometimes limiting myself also, but Dublin is progressing and fast so i am sure in another year things will have changed dramatically.
Q: What can we expect on the night? A: Small scale drawings, possibly on postcards. I have work displayed at Versus on Smock Alley until Thursday 23rd, so it will be something along those lines.
Thursdays nights the Twisted Pepper becomes Mr Jones' house, honing in on a yet un-tagged musical style fusing together house/electro/bassline/Baltimore/Kuduro and all those other gritty urban genres in between. Mr Jones also teams up with a number of local collectives including the Crafty Beggars clique for a monthly art & photography expo, "We Got Your Fashion Right Here" which showcases the latest clobber by young Dublin designers, as well as the Analogue Magazine crew who host a nice selection of live bands & performances.
Home to Mr. Jones! Find it on Dublin's Abbey Street, next to the Acadamy and across from Arnotts!