Antony Micallef is an English expressionist/pop artist with a difference, born in Swindon and graduated in fine arts from the University of Plymouth. He uses dark and neutral colours mixed with corporate logos and pop icons to show the dark and unattractive side of pop culture. He says “My work is like watching a Disney movie which slowly turns into violent pornography!” and if you look at his work you will completely understand what he means. He is currently showing a limited edition print at the Tate Britain to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Curwen studios, and also showing a 13ft bronze sculpture and a painting at the royal academy of arts. Both these will end mid January.