In the late 1990s Inkie and fellow Bristolian Banksy collaborated on the largest ever UK graffiti event, ‘Walls On Fire’, where they pulled together UK’s finest street artists to create 1.4 km painting around Bristol’s historic docks.
These early years and Inkie’s rise to notoriety was recently documented in the Banksy’s Bristol (Tangent Books), which traces the birth of the UK graffiti scene and it’s Bristol roots.
Inkie has also featured in and organised the launch exhibition for the Thames & Hudson book ‘Graffiti World’ as well as the LA produced worldwide graffiti film ‘Bomb It’ which premiered at the British Film Institute autumn 2007.
He’s also produced work for Puma, Xbox, Adidas, Levis, Addict, Lovebox and Latitude Festivals and his graffiti featured in SEGA’s seminal video game Jet Set Radio.
Inkie is currently working in Jade Jaggers West London studio producing large scale paintings and designing graphics, illustration and clothing.