Newly discovered unseen photo of Deptford in the year 2055! Deptford, renamed Debtford in the year 2041, has been home to a thriving money-lenders community since the early 2000s.
Musician, writer, piss artist, bum (formerly Thee Intolerable Kidd)
Thee Intolerable Kidd’s “Interesting” Images
A new artwork spanning 5,000,000 years
The Intergalactic Voice of Universal Conscience is pleased to announce the opening of ‘Thee Intolerable Kidd’s “Interesting” Images’, a groundbreaking new exhibition in 1,037 parts broadcasting compulsorily to all cerebral receivers across the galaxy. TIK, from Parts-Unknown, lived for 70 years inside a jar of Creme de Marrons and uses an electronic bicycle pump to create his images.
TIK explained: “Emulsion, with letters such formed and diagnosed together to make. I and Asain, Muslim prints and the memories calling from: “Potassium is wise, digital is a tumor.” Shifting from experience best intermingled with liquid. A place of and memories. Two loved these worlds made from vibrant reflexion. World’s print allows togetherness, into past and present. The final moment becoming traditional inkjet. Shape reference of practiced paper. Pray and create. Pray and create. The feeding becomes nothing – allows nothing – except wisdom, and, for some gelatine forms, the becoming: “I am Syria, the Moment-World”.
Critical acclaim for TIK:
Brian Sewell: “TIK’s “Interesting” Images cut through the very ether of the universe and reveal the meaning of life.”
Tracy Emin: “I feel semi-suicidal.”
Damien Hurst: “I wish I was interesting.”
Just did this very simple design for a mate. Took 2mins
I think it’s probably safe to publish this now as it looks like I’m never ever going to follow up on it because I am a total fucking wasteman. The long lost cover art to episode #1 of my comic “Desolation Row”. An epic tale of urban isolation and addiction in the 21st century. Drawn by me and inked by Katherine Tuck.
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Another one. Gosh, this stuff’s hard to photo. Losing some detail and vibrancy of colour here. Blurring around the edges. Might have another go tomorrow when it’s sunnier…