Awful Shame    b. 1967


  

The artists work is a form of Street Art. We asked Awful Shame to send us some information on his contemporary style of Street Art and a bio. The artist had obviously had a momentously, tedious day on the road in our overcrowded world whereby the 7.5 billion inhabitants is all too much for Awful Shame. CAPUG came to the conclusion that the artist may have been shouting when he typed this.  Saying that, we know Awful Shame personally, he can be awfully nice.



AWFUL SHAME DOES NOT ENJOY DRIVING, ESPECIALLY DURING THE SCHOOL RUN AND RUSH HOUR.

AWFUL SHAME WOULD REALLY PREFER TO DRIVE BETWEEN 6am-7am AND BETWEEN     10.30am-11.45am.  AT THESE TIMES THE ROADS HAVE LESS TRAFFIC AND AWFUL SHAME FINDS IT CAUSES LESS ANXIETY.

AFTER THESE HOURS AWFUL SHAME WOULD PREFER NOT TO DRIVE AT ALL.

AWFUL SHAME ALSO DOES NOT LIKE BEING IN LONG QUEUES ON MOTORWAYS.

AWFUL SHAME DOES NOT LIKE TO STOP WHILST ON LONG JOURNEYS, ESPECIALLY IF THE ROAD IS CURRENTLY CLEAR BECAUSE THE ROAD MAY NOT BE CLEAR AFTER THE STOP. 

AWFUL SHAME WOULD NOT BE ABLE TO RELAX DURING THIS TIME OF STOPPING.

AWFUL SHAME LOOKS FORWARD TO NEVER DRIVING AGAIN.

AWFUL SHAME WILL NOT BUY EXPENSIVE FOOD AT CINEMAS.

AWFUL SHAME LIKES POSH LADIES.



Exhibitions:

  • 2019 CAPUG exhibition, Contemporary Art Pop-Up Gallery, Coastguard Studio, Southsea
  • 2019 CAPUG 'Looking for Work' exhibition, Contemporary Art Pop-Up Gallery, Chichester graffiti art