“I’ve been using spray-paint to explore a range of processes and finishes. I enjoy breaking all compositions into a series of colour blocks/layers, and devising an order of colour.
Recently they’ve gained a pop vibrancy, both in colour and imagery. Spray-paint offers endless possibilities in finish and application, both for the collectable numbered editions on paper, and the stencilled and paste-up street art.”
Hand-produced Limited Edition Prints by Dylan Bell
It’s the little changes we make that leave a big impact on the environment..
Edinburgh-based artist Dylan Bell uses post-consumer paper and compostable plastic sleeves for his colourful screen prints. He also uses ‘Sugar Ironlak’ spraypaint (which replaces petroleum with sugar), making it better for the lower ozone layer - and for the lungs!
His ever-expanding range of unique pieces are produced in small batch multiples and are individually titled, embossed, editioned and signed. They often depict natural scenes and animals, including the endangered starling and the Atlantic mackerel, which is currently subject to overfishing.