Andrew McAttee’s work draws inspiration from a wide variety of sources from graffiti art and comic book graphics to pop art and abstract expressionism. While studying Fine Art at Central St Martin’s in 1995, he experimented with various Fine Art techniques while painting large-scale street art as renowned graffiti artist STET, ultimately becoming known for his vibrant ‘cosmic dreamscape’ style. His work has graced the walls of numerous exhibitions from his first solo show ‘Suck It And See’ in Soho back in ’97, ‘Off the Wall’ with Eleanor Forster’s The Central House in 2003 and sold out solo show ‘Yeah, Yeah, Yeah’ with Forster Gallery in 2007 to various group shows with Scope, Opus Gallery, The London Art Fair, and more recently Zero Cool Gallery, Stolenspace and Moniker Art Fair and is becoming highly collectible with notable commissions from Benson & Hedges, Nike, fashion designer Antonio Berardi, Liquitex and Sony PS3 amongst others. His work has also been featured in The Observer, The Daily Telegraph, The Independent, Time Out, Hip Hop Connection, Graphotism, Blag, The Intergalactic Times and art book ‘Walls and Frames’, showcasing alongside 100 other leading Urban and Street Artist's from around the globe. He currently lives and works in London. McAttee aims to “provide the viewer with a colourful riot of gravity-less forms set in highly layered seemingly endless space with a sense of ambiguity, humour and celebration”. ''Destruction, change, cause and effect. I believe the possibilities when viewing my work can be interpreted in many ways, space can be viewed as inner and outer simultaneously. Glitter and doom share the same space. The paintings are an imaginative glimpse into another world, from the super big to life inside an atom. It's up to you. What you see, is what you see. But for me a painting is an active site of pure potential for both painter and viewer alike, where anything is possible''.