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Jed Tat Too

Jed
Tat Too

illustrator

Toast is lucky enough to have a mural in our studio by artist Jed (Jonathon Earl De Pyper) Tat Too. Not only has the talented Jed worked for some of the big guys of the Australian Ad-Industry (where he won a swag of awards), he’s also taught himself to tattoo, published children’s books, built his own house (reportedly is still standing) and is a master illustrator and fine artists. He leaves the rest of us all feeling a little lazy.

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  • Feature image of Jed Tat Too
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  • Feature image of Jed Tat Too
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15-05-2015

On the wall

Visual insights with Jed Tat Too

Question number 1 Favourite pair of shoes...
Question number 2 View from your window...
Question number 3 Something you can’t live without...
Question number 4 Most loved object in your house...
Question number 5 Something that inspires you...
Question number 6 A selfie for the wall...
Question number 7 What represent's your work at present...
Question number 8 Favourite food this week...
Question number 9 Texture, colour or both...
Question number 10 Screensaver on your phone...
The long story

01.When did you realise you were creative?

I didn’t but I was always playing with lego from a very young age, I imagine it was then.

02.What do you currently do for work?

Tattoo, Freelance Creative in advertising, Hand-Paint Motorbike paraphernalia, illustration, art.

03.Have you always worked in this field?

Tattooing and Motorbike stuff has happened in the last 5 years.

04.What inspires you the most at present?

Music, always music. And a nice long ride.

05.Your favourite project to date?

Whatever I’m currently working on, but I enjoy doing abstract stuff for myself the most and find that most challenging.

06.Talk us through an average work day?

Coffee, emails, work, exercise, lunch, coffee, work, tattoo, beer, dinner, movie, sex, read, sleep.

07.Who are your biggest style influences?

Anyone/anything who challenges the norm and burns the zeitgeist.

08.Your idea of a dream project?

Art for myself.

09.The biggest challenge in your career?

Leaving full-time advertising.

10.What are you looking forward to?

Beer, live music, movies.

The long story

01.When did you realise you were creative?

I didn’t but I was always playing with lego from a very young age, I imagine it was then.

02.What do you currently do for work?

Tattoo, Freelance Creative in advertising, Hand-Paint Motorbike paraphernalia, illustration, art.

03.Have you always worked in this field?

Tattooing and Motorbike stuff has happened in the last 5 years.

04.What inspires you the most at present?

Music, always music. And a nice long ride.

05.Your favourite project to date?

Whatever I’m currently working on, but I enjoy doing abstract stuff for myself the most and find that most challenging.

06.Talk us through an average work day?

Coffee, emails, work, exercise, lunch, coffee, work, tattoo, beer, dinner, movie, sex, read, sleep.

07.Who are your biggest style influences?

Anyone/anything who challenges the norm and burns the zeitgeist.

08.Your idea of a dream project?

Art for myself.

09.The biggest challenge in your career?

Leaving full-time advertising.

10.What are you looking forward to?

Beer, live music, movies.

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