In the continuing summer of 2019, I revisited the Eco Schools mural commission set by The Prince of Whales School, this time painting the ‘Light Side’. Here I focused on using vibrant, saturated colours to contrast between the juxtaposed ‘Dark Side’, with other subtle thematic contrasts also being considered. Alike the Dark Side, it also […]
In the summer of 2018, I was commissioned by the Prince of Wales school’s head teacher to paint a two part ecosystems wall mural using acrylic paint and Posca pens in the main entrance lobby. To date, this is the largest piece of work I’ve done so far, not to mention thats only phase one. […]
During the Summer Holidays, Vans Bournemouth kindly gave me another giant size 66 shoe and we discussed design ideas, eventually reaching a final plan. This being a nautical theme, incorporating a jet ski. After priming the shoe, I airbrushed a background using gradients of reds to capture the look of a sunset. I then further […]
On the 1st of December, I was invited by the Vans store in Bournemouth to display my giant size 66 shoe in the store along with 13 other artists. I also did an additional normal sized slip on shoe using Posca and Airbrush as a side piece. Here are some images of the event –
Thank You Vans!!! Stay Rad!
A few months ago, I was gifted by a friend called Greg a giant size 66 Vans shoe at his store over in Bournemouth. He said that I could go ahead and paint anything I wanted on it, so i finalised on the idea of designing a wave morphing into a dragon. Me with Greg at […]
During the 2016 Summer Holidays, a close friend of mine called Greg who works at the Vans shoe store in Bournemouth said that he could get me involved in a work experience over at the Animal HQ in Poole. Greg then contacted a person called Ester (the lead design manager for men and boys wear) […]
On 3rd September 2015 Ann’s Cottage introduced Zak Trevett with an interview and competition on their Blog. Here’s the winner’s email to the Ann’s Cottage Comp
One year on from the DMS Exhibition and Friday 10th July 2015 saw the first public unveiling of a piece of my artwork. The commission was for the Dorchester Middle School, the unveiling was carried out with the Mayor of Dorchester, Robin Potter and the Dorset Echo came back for journalist Harry Hogger to capture […]
Today it was announced in a Thomas Hardye School assembly that my entry for the 2015-2016 Stratford Home School Diary cover had won. I was absolutely chuffed as this will now be published for the coming year and the win came with a money voucher too!