You can now read about some of my Croydon likes and sources of inspiration in a recent interview I did with south London culture website Croydonist. They’re a great team and have a really slick website. I suggest paying them a visit.
Compact solo exhibition of Croydon-inspired art and illustration by Matt Bannister at The Brook, Wallington. I currently have a small solo exhibition at The Brook, in Wallington, Surrey. The display contains brand new and familiar art and illustrations of mine, all responding to the … Continued
To help promote the forthcoming auction of all the TFL Year of The Bus sculptures for charity, I’ve created a couple of enhanced ‘slide shows’ (with a bit of new footage) for each of my vehicles. Croydon Layers from … Continued
The Croydon Bus sculptures have moved! They have joined the other buses at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Stratford, East London. As required, I took a couple of friends with me to see how my buses were settling in with their … Continued
I made a pilgrimage to see my buses (again!), and to take some better photos. Whilst out in the winter sunshine, trying to eavesdrop on what other people where saying about my work, I realised that after 25th January – … Continued
On a sunny December day, my buses joined the trail in Croydon after a little press launch. The ‘Croydon Layers’ and ‘Surrey Street Market’ sculptures hit the streets! Surrey Street Market The first bus of mine, that we came … Continued
A couple of months ago, I was commissioned by Transport For London and Wild in Art to produce two designs for the Croydon leg of the Year of The Bus sculpture trail. This post is part one, and is all … Continued