Connor Stewart-Piper


My practice centres around adult themes in a comedic setting, particularly focusing on crime, drugs and sex. I predominantly present such subjects in a colourful and cartoonish fashion, generally drawing inspiration from 80s New York graffiti. I often work in a digital format, although I often transfer my work to printed media via screen printing. When I'm not producing work in this way, I paint on fabric and clothing to create one-off pieces or work on designing tattoo flash sheets and bespoke designs which I transfer to the skin using a traditional coil machine.

Achievements & Experience

Distinction in art foundation
Upper second-class honours in illustration


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Featured Projects:

Nuclear Family

Two colour screenprint on 300gsm paper. Inspired by themes within Ladybird publications, and the visual language of Harry Wingfield and Martin Atichison. A4 edition of 12.

Live Fast

Three colour screenprint on 300gsm paper. A4 edition of 13.


Two colour screenprint on 300gsm paper. A3 edition of 12.

Fntsy Frvr

Alcohol based marker drawing on 250gsm paper. A3 edition of 1.

Crooked Cops

Handpainted with textile paint on cotton twill. Approx A1 edition of 1.

Toy Shirt

Handpainted with textile paint on blank Dickies Workwear shirt. Edition of 1.