Marc in the news
Check out some of the many international news articles written about Marc’s work
Moose (aka Paul Curtis) and Marc Cameron’s innovation: eco graffiti. Featured in The Observer Magazine, November 2010.
Paul Curtis, aka Moose, apologises if he sounds distracted on the phone. He’s about to leave the words “Bring Me Sunshine” in huge letters on a seafront wall in Hastings. “They’ve lost their pier [it burned down] and they need a pick-me-up,” he reasons. If you’re of the opinion that graffiti is the scourge of civilised society, you might suspect this is the last thing beleaguered townspeople want. You can take comfort from the fact that there isn’t a spray-can in sight. Read More >>
Light graffiti supercars in London by Marc Cameron and Mark Brown. Featured on The Telegraph website, March 2011.
London’s landmarks have been visited by some rather illuminating vehicles – a series of light-painted supercars. The images are the latest work of Marc Cameron and photographer Mark Brown. The duo are secretive about their exact methods but say they use a process of reflecting and refracting LED light to create outlines. Every detail of the vehicles is planned precisely before setting a camera on long exposure to catch the light painting. The entire process can take up to four hours. Read More >>
Seven Magazine makes plea for £750k funding. Featured on Press Gazette, May 2007.
An independent magazine lauded by the founders of the Body Shop, Time Out and The Big Issue is seeking investment of £750,000 to set itself up on a monthly basis. Read More >>
Life on the edge for the independents. Featured on Press Gazette, April 2007.
WHILE the quick demise of So London magazine last week after three issues was particularly surprising, magazine closures are about as frequent as celebrity weddings in OK! Read More >>
Light Graffiti supercars hit the BBC. Featured on TopGear.com, March 2011
It appears for some unquantifiable reason, you lot – yes, you – seem to enjoy looking at weirdly painted supercars against stunning backgrounds. Thankfully, your… Read More >>
Time Out logo graffitied in Shoreditch. Featured on Timeout.com, October 2010.
Under the cover of night on October 19, ‘clean art’ pioneer Moose Benjamin Curtis made his mark on the mucky streets of Shoreditch by cleaning ten iconic… Read More >>
Absolute Filth. Featured on Dazed and Confused’s website, October 2010.
“It started out with an old sock and a grimy road tunnel. We all have old socks.” You may not believe it, but Paul ‘Moose’ Curtis is an artistic pioneer. Seriously. Read More >>
Reverse Graffiti Hits Munich Streets and Pays Homage to Green Vehicles. Featured on Inhabitat.com, September 2011.
Graffiti has long been thought of as vandalism – spray paint and wheat pastes defacing city… Read More >>
Light Speed. Featured on Topgear.com, November 2010.
Photographer waves light bulbs in the air and paints supercars. Who needs Photoshop? Give us some crayons and a few e-numbers and we’d come up with some dodgy-looking supercar creations – quite… Read More >>