Guy is best known as a sculptor, and enjoys an international reputation. His work is featured in numerous private and public collections across Britain, Europe and America, coming to the public’s attention with his BBC’s Dragons Den pitch in 2008.
He is perhaps best known for his Pop Icon series (2008), which reimagines famous musicians such as Jimi Hendrix, David Bowie and John Lennon. The collection draws on an eclectic range of sources for inspiration — from Andy Warhol and comic book illustrations, to punk fashion trends and Las Vegas slot machines. The work pays tribute to their lost era of musical stardom, and you can enjoy some of this work at the Escape Art Centre, which he opened in June 2021 with owner of the Tonbridge Old Firestation, Richard Collins, which is the new home for the Centre.
The arts have always been a passion for Guy and he has supported many projects designed to encourage children engage in the arts and crafts world to support both their physical and mental health.