The universally hated art and music of Edgeworth.
20th feb 2020:
12th Feb 2020: Released my 4th Studio album, Star Hill:
While you were all celebrating Brexit, Emma and I were:
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The Other Muswell Hill Stuckists
The Muswell Hill Geisha Club
Black Ivory Printmaking Club
Heckels Horse (collaboration paintings with Billy Childish)
My studio, March 2018:
Thanks Tony, for filming my first gig with Emma:
An albino squirrel I filmed at Chatham Dockyards:
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Some of my paintings on paper:
Since 2013, Billy and I have been making collaborative paintings together at his studio in Chatham Dockyards. More info.
Edgeworth is from London, UK.
He makes cosplay masks, music, paintings, clothes, drawings, and block prints.
He writes short stories.
He has released four solo studio albums: at Ranscombe Studios, August, Rochester, and Star Hill.
Old bands: Elbow Sisters, 2 out of 3 rule.
Since 2013, he has painted exclusively in oil, usually on double primed cardboard. On Mondays, he makes collaborative paintings with Billy Childish, under the name Heckels Horse.
‘I write songs by pretty randomly gripping the guitar in certain places, and singing abstract sounds that later morph into words. My visual art is much the same: abstract marks becoming figurative, with very little conscious thought, and nothing pre-planned or intended.’
Edgeworth has recently played at The Hope & Anchor, and The Islington venues in North London, with Emma Pugmire on drums. Emma and Edgeworth also constitute the Black Ivory Printmaking Club.
Some of my paintings on cardboard: