James Vinciguerra is a British artist who has a playful approach to creating art. He sees the world as something that should be "exaggerated, yanked and twisted" to create images that are full of colour, humour and joy. James uses numerous techniques and ways of working that he adapts and utilises depending on the subject matter before him. They range from simple pencil studies, mixed media, paper collages and screen prints to scanned drawings that are then painted digitally to produce limited edition original prints. Among his influences are David Hockney, Grayson Perry and the Spanish artist Javier Mariscal. He also takes inspiration from John Piper who, like himself, found subjects in the wealth of architectural treasures of Britain and Europe.