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“Before his success as a pop artist, Andy Warhol was doing drawings for Glamour as an illustrator. He also drew advertisements for various magazines, including Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar, in addition to book jackets and holiday greeting cards.” – anon

Ai Weiwei was a plumber, Pollock was a baby sitter, Rothko a primary school teacher, Gaugin a stockbroker, Haring a busboy, Johns a book seller, Schnabel a dishwasher, Glass a taxi driver, Koons a commodities broker and the list goes on. There is no shame in doing commercial work. It has consistently funded my art habit.

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The Great Wall of Vagina cost me an estimated £100,000 in time and materials – I needed a job to pay for it! Although I have long since left the film biz I still take on other commercial work. I’m frequently asked by other artists and big companies to make figurative sculptures etc for them, which I do if I can fit it around my own work. If you have a proposition for me don’t be shy, just ask. You might get me on a slow day…

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