James Cripps

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James Cripps is an artist and musician from Kensal Rise, London.

His 2009 art exhibition[1] was with other young artists who went by the group name of 'Anklebiter'. The show received with acclaim,[2] the center piece of his work being an abstract version of Bouguereau's The First Mourning.

Cripps fronts the punk band Stavin' Chains who cite their influences from Frank Sinatra to The Birthday Party.[3] The BBC invited them to play The Roundhouse 2009 Emerging Proms[4]


External links[edit]

Stavin' Chains Website [1]

Cripps' Art Blog [2]