I am excited to show you the very first ‘GIF-ITI Lenticular’

If you enjoy my GIF-ITI experiments here is a chance to own a small piece of them, in the form of this 13 x 7.5 inches 3D Lenticular Animation Print.

Produced in conjunction with 1xRun

And available here now for a very limited time:  HERE

Only $75

Edition of 75

Thank you for your support and i hope you continue to enjoy my experiments in the world of GIF-ITI….


New GIF-ITI piece painted last week in Paris, France.
Thanks to Le Mur XIII for inviting me out to paint this billboard situated alongside the river seine.


Piece entitled: ‘C’est La Vie’
2 days painting in rain and shine, 8 layers painted, a total of 72 skulls painted…….





Bikinis Available Now


The New INSA BIKINIS are in the shop NOW! BUY HERE

Available in all 4 colourways:

-Hype Yellow
-Rainbow Fire
-Classic Multi

Price is £60 plus shipping.


While in Hawaii i did a special pre release of the new INSA BIKINIS.

They will be available in my shop next week! Be Ready!!

Here is a look at them on location in dreamy Hawaii:

ClassicBikiniJungle-9x6 RainbowForset

‘Classic’                                                                                      ’Rainbow Fire’

Worn by Kelsey Kekai shot by Greg Agunias

HypeYellow2 HypeYellow1

‘Hype Yellow’                                                                           ‘Hype Yellow’

Worn by Alyson Kintscher shot by Mike Popso

Hawaii 5-0


Unfinished extra curricular fluro action on the beach of the north shore.

Rolled on by Hawaii 5-0……


Pow Wow Hawaii is an annual painting event that happens in Honolulu on the island of Oahu.

This year i was invited to be one of the many awesome artists participating, and took the opportunity to collaborated with fellow South-East Londoner, good friend and international graffiti superstar ROIDS MSK

Working hard for 5 days straight we produced this new piece of GIF-ITI magic:


‘PARADISE’ by INSA and ROIDS, Hawaii 2014


Here is a couple pictures i stole of the process:

The whole event was a really special experience, weather it was the vibes from the island, or the passion from the organisers and all involved, or the positive group of artists working together, Pow Wow is something quite magical! Thanks again for the invite, until the next time love to all the POW WOW family…..


And here is a nice video that captures some of the magic of the event shot by WEREHAUS

Coming Soon….




The infamous HYPEBEAST team occasional put out a news paper and i was very happy to be featured in the newest and 2nd issue.
See HERE for stockist information and grab a copy if you can!

Here is a better look at the portrait shot especially for them:


A reflection of my world/studio…..



First up THANK YOU to everyone that got involved and entered the MEGA AWESOME JANUARY GIVEAWAY. We had over 150 entries into the competition in total. And judging it was a lot harder than i expected.
In fact it was so hard i couldn’t decide of one sole winner, so have chosen 3 as joint winners!!
As well as that i have chosen a further 6 entries that will all get prints as a prize.
So in no particular order are my 3 winners, i think between them they tick all my criteria, one shows great craftsmanship and dedicated time to make something beautiful, another has a great concept and is both visually striking but challenging and considered, and the third is great fun and has a thoroughness featuring many elements of my work.

First up: Rafael Batista awesome sculptural piece ‘3D INSA puzzle set’


Next: Myneandyours photographic piece ‘Self Reflection is Greater Than Self Projection’

Comp3a Comp3b

In the attempt to deter unwanted attention away from women, in cultures across the Gulf the Hijab (veil) accompanied by the Niqab (mask) are worn to promote a sense of modesty, privacy, and morality. To the ignorant mind and untrained eye some may view this dress as an oppressive cloak, but beneath this ensemble lies someone considered more feminine than those who reveal all.

Where many women today still remain true to this notion and fully cover their bodies, the irony lies in that nowadays it has become commonplace to see the veil complemented by tight jeans, and a pair of sparkly six-inch Louboutins. The middle-east is enriched in oil and wealth, and has in parts facilitated a culture obsessed with image, perceptions, and of course money.

INSA has on many occasions dealt with the objectification of women, and “Its’ use as a tool that forces us to consider the way in which we dehumanize and commodify women”. Without a cover women are more susceptible to this commodification, and I guess this is inevitable.

It may be uncommonly known that those who adorn this traditional garb are those who are actually the most extraverted of all. What lies beneath is the only true reflection, but appearances inevitably cause prejudices. It brings to light some interesting questions; was the veil historically introduced as a way to deal with the exact issues that INSA tackles in his work today, aligning sexual identity ”More with consumerism rather than real human connection”?

Many Muslim women consider the headscarf as a form of feminist expression, as it forces the outside world to judge them based on their character and not their looks. Is this still the case today, or are we living in a more hypocritical culture? Have women objectified themselves in response to our own objectifications? As INSA says “I think as individuals we are a complex mix of contradictions”, and this is what made this project so interesting for me and my wife. 

And so…of all the places I have found myself in the past 12 months, I’m currently in Dubai, where money not only grows on trees but also from the soil they stem from. I purchased the relevant attire from a local store; persuaded my wife to commit to a publically daring feat; and ventured into theZabeel Saray hotel on the infamous man-made Palm Island. I had heard it was overly lavish.

I can see the fear emanating from my wife’s eyes as she made her way to the changing room. She returned, fake eyelashes adorned, sporting six-inch heals, and hiding her new INSA Rainbow leggings beneath the traditional garb. We ordered a Moroccan tea and began setting up. At first glance no one cared to look twice; she was just another in local dress. Once the leggings emerged heads turned, and faces quickly transformed from expressionless to offended. We were immediately pressed for time.

Where the shots may not have been as photographically perfect as I would have liked (I’m no photographer), the reaction said it all. The juxtaposition was a perfect example of the effects of the objectification of women; a perfect example of what happens when women objectify themselves, and a perfect example of not knowing what lies beneath (we should never be too quick to judge).

All in all, an INSA experiment in the unlikeliest of locations, and a night out we will remember for a long time to come.

INSA quotes sourced from High-Heeled Provocateur: An Interview with INSA

By Charlotte Jansen.

And the final winner is: Marqus AKC’Ent ‘INSA-CEPTION (a GIF Film)’

And now the six runners up:

Alex and Mike, 2 chefs from Chicago crated these INSA inspired dishes- first a selection of sushi and second herb encrusted oyster of chicken served on the bone…


Comp5a Comp5c

Carson Taylor entered a whole music video featuring INSA inspired scenes:

Comp4a Comp4b

Lon Wenger created the INSA-FY your life filter:


Jeff Blackburn painted this piece inspired by my old ‘Exterior Gloss’ painting:


Melissa got fully painted for her entry:


And Micheal Aji entered this photographic piece featuring Fawnya Frolic:


Well done to all those above for putting in that extra bit of effort! As you can see the levels were high.

Here a selection of some of the others i really liked but i coulnt give prints to everyone, so they didn’t quite make it:




Thank you everyone for getting involved!

Keep watching out for future giveaways!



What better way to beat the January blues than with a MEGA AWESOME GIVEAWAY!!

I have put together a massive stack of goodies, things saved from last years releases, a lot now impossible to get hold of.

So far the prize pile includes:

-INSA x EVISU jeans

-INSA x MAKERS dress

-Hyper rare silk scarf

-Unreleased gold keyring

-’Only GOD and YOU can Judge Me’ t-shirt

-Sold Out Hong Kong print

-Sold Out Fluro Heel print

-INSA x Warsteiner beer bottle


I will also be adding to the prize pile over the course of the competition with drawings and things i find lying around my studio- best to follow me on INSTAGRAM to keep informed @INSA_GRAM

So here is what you can do to WIN all this:

Simply create something inspired by my work!

That could be a drawing, a photograph featuring my products, a painting, an outfit, a baked good – anything really as long as its clearly inspired by something i’ve done. You can submit existing work.

You have until the end of January to enter- entries can be emailed to of posted on INSTAGRAM with #INSA_GRAM

I will then pick a winner and try and reward all good efforts!