Serge Meets George
You showed us some of your artwork on shoot day. Where do you draw inspiration from?
A lot of my artwork stems from inspiration I find on the weekend. From nights out where I'm socialising with friends, dancing and listening to great music. People and characters I meet at these clubs/events bring energy and passion to my art.
How would you personally describe your art?
I would say I produce a lot of abstract portraitures from my head and interesting scenes. They are colourful and bright and make you feel like you're there. Bringing you into how I am feeling at the time of creation.
Describe yourself in three words.
Energetic, Colourful and Alive.
Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
I see myself having continued to create numerous canvases, illustrations, and custom clothes with a wider following. I will have probably changed processes and art evolved. But I will still think and act the same way. In essence, enjoying life and seeing people that mean something to me.
Your favourite piece of jewellery from shoot day?
My favourite piece of jewellery was the signet ring. Clean cut and look very stylish.
What does jewellery mean to you?
Jewellery adds something to your outfits. It elevates your look but beyond this, I love their sentimental value.
Your go-to restaurant in London?
My favourite restaurant is masala zone in Soho.
You said you lived in Brighton for a year. Any recommendations?
My recommendations for Brighton are the 'fortune of war' on the seafront. In the summertime, nothing else compares to that lush vibe. You are right by the sea and everyone happy.
How would you describe your personal style?
I would say I am arty-grunge. However, I do like to look smart and clean every once in a while. Baggy clothes on the daily that always have paint marks on them. I love to feel comfortable.
What is your favourite current song?
My favourite song at the moment is ' No Halo - Brockhampton'
Who was the last person you received a text from?
My best mate Indi.
Do you have any exciting projects coming up?
Currently creating a collection of up cycled clothing inspired by weekend culture. Utilising airbrush, patches, screen print and much more. An eclectic range.