Friday, 2 March 2018

A painting i’ve made for a record cover by the French band, Levitation Free. Out sometime this year, self released. 
Acrylic on wood Mark Warrington 2017

Tuesday, 27 February 2018

Spontaneity Number 06

Spontaneity Number 06 : Looking back
Ink on paper
Mark Warrington 2018

Friday, 2 February 2018

Desk Pests

Desk Pests - gif loop
Animation over live action. 
Mark Warrington © 2018 

Wednesday, 3 January 2018

Spontaneity Number 05
Ink on Cartridge paper
24cm x 17.5cm

Tuesday, 5 December 2017

Spontaneity Number 04

Spontaneity Number 04
Ink on Cartridge paper
24cm x 17.5cm

Wednesday, 7 June 2017

Sleeve Artwork for Coyote

Original sleeve artwork for the album, Song Dogs by Coyote
Acrylic on Wood panel,
47.5 x 47.5 cm
Mark Warrington 2016

Spontaneity Series 01-03

Spontaneity #01

Spontaneity #02

Spontaneity #03

Wednesday, 30 November 2016

Animated Type : The Missing Letter

A type animation I made for the release of Ben Eine's 'The Missing Letter sculpture.

The liquid effects are drawn frame by frame. 

Thursday, 18 August 2016

Smith & Mudd - Gorthleck LP Artwork

Gorthleck LP Artwork
Acrylic on Wood 92cm x 53cm
Mark Warrington 2016 ©

Here's a piece i've painted for `Smith and Mudd's new LP on Claremont 56.
This beautiful album was written by them up in an old house in 'Gorthleck'
which situated is up on Loch Mhor way up in the Scottish highlands.

Mudd gave me some photos from their trip which helped me get a feel for
the environment in which the music was created. These photos are also
printed across the inside of the gatefold. I took elements from the photos,
such as the Birches and old moss-covered walls and arranged them in a
deliberate, rhythmical composition.

Wednesday, 29 June 2016

Lake View Terrace

Lake View Terrace
Acrylic on wood Panel. Private Commission
© Mark Warrington 2016

Saturday, 7 November 2015

Leave the city

On a dull Monday morning I escaped the thick fog and travelled up over Goldsitch Moss to The Roaches, a dramatic rocky outcrop that rises sharply out of the Cheshire Plains which was once home to a hermit 'The Lord of the Roaches'. With the fog hugging the lower ground it gave the illusion of being above a vast white ocean stretching all the way to Snowdonia. I stayed up there for hours taking time lapse footage and enjoying the views.