It has to be the art event of the year - Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs. This landmark show explores the final chapter in his career in which he began 'carving into colour' and his series of spectacular cut-outs was born. It open tomorrow, 17 April until 7 September at Tate Modern, London.


I didn't know that this marvel existed. It's described as a hidden gem found in Cincinnati. Tucked inside the John Weld Peck Federal Building is a spectacular mural created by Charley Harper. This enormous ceramic tile mosaic spreads over two walls and features over 100 beautiful beasts.


Just a gentle reminder...Unlimited will be setting up shop for the second year running at Pick Me Up held at Somerset House, London. It is the UK's leading contemporary graphic arts festival. It opens next week from 24 April to 5 May.



There's only a handful of the Fluorescent Peacock left in the country. There are three species released as mini A5 prints. Each design is printed using two contrasting fluorescent inks. This rare find will be no more once the last has gone but you can spot them in their natural habitat which is Pick me Up, London at Unlimited's stand and online.  



Above is a preview of one of six new cards from a new range titled 'Bloom'. The artwork has just left my desktop which will give me just enough time to think of other flower puns. 


Peacock Chrome Red and Green are two new prints inspired by the forthcoming Pick Me Up event at Somerset House, London on April 24th. I also created an exclusive yellow edition for Unlimited of Brighton who will be there. The designs are part foil blocked in mirror silver and hand screen printed.