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Interview: Roy's People - Little Observationist
Roy Tyson has a great sense of humour. If his work can make poeple smile, he’s happy. And if you scroll through this post, I bet you won’t be frowning. Using the whole of London as his playground, Roy photographs strategically placed miniature toys like Legos and other props to create humorous or sometimes political images. Beginning this Wednesday, he’ll be involved in a joint exhibition of work with Sam Peacock in the new Seven Dial’s Cafe inside Timberyard in London’s Covent Garden. Note: Roy’s asked to remain unpictured to protect his identity. Photo: Where’s My Diamonds? LO: Tell us a bit about yourself and your background. RP: I am from Essex and am lucky enough to pay my bills solely by producing art. LO: You’re exhibiting work this August with Sam Peacock. Where and when is the exhibition and what can we expect? RP: The exhibition begins on August 6th and runs until 14th September at Timberyard Coffee shop in Covent Garden. Visitors can expect to see two completely different styles of work. With Sam’s abstract landscapes and my photography there is a good mixture of thought provoking and humorous work. Photo: CSI Essex LO: If you didn’t have an example to show to someone you just met, how would you describe your …