Since 1999 three people have placed their image of a Toaster all over the world. On stickers, posters and as stencils it has appeared on thousands of streets. They've painted it on banners in football stadiums, on flags at the Glastonbury Festival and on the roads of the Tour de France. Now just one of the original three people carries the Toaster project forward. He continues to paint the image across the globe both in its original form and using deconstructed, abstracted versions. Having exhibited in Britain, Europe and USA in 2016, Toaster's latest show 'Neon Blood' consists of new original work for Moosey Art in Norwich, a city where he previously painted a huge Toaster mural a few years ago.