Joe Charman works with a blend of street art techniques, on a single canvas to achieve his final product, which often incorporates a mix of; spray cans, acrylic paints, paint pens, rollers, stencils, oil sticks and paste-ups.
"I am a big fan of Andy Warhol and in particular his replicated pop-art panels. Often his paintings depict legends from his surrounding era, so I wanted to do the same with this piece and ad a menacing edge."
"Brian Cranston just has one of the most amazing faces and is able to evoke strange feelings within you as a viewer. The anti-hero, the lovable villain, the man that would do the unthinkable to provide for his family. Not that I’d go to quite the same lengths as Walter, but I relate to that intensity he has, that need and want to do more, get more, be more. Any fan of the show will know how the plot guides you through Walter's journey and the constant moral dilemmas he is faced with and it all comes flooding back to you the moment you stare into those eyes."