Monthly Archives: June 2008

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Live East Die Young : PURE EVIL SOLO SHOW at INK_D in Brighton

You can be amongst the first to see Pure Evil’ s first solo show at Ink_d this July at his private view on Thursday, 3rd July from 6.30 – 8.30pm at the Ink_d Gallery in Brighton. “Using dark humour and twisting symbolism to create new forms, Pure Evil looks at what lurks around the corner […]

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Exclusive interview with Ronzo

As we mentioned in a previous post, we hit the Ronzo solo show down at the Stolen Space Gallery at the Truman Brewery. We caught up with the man himself and managed to put together a little interview to give you an insight as to how he works, who influences him and where he sees […]

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New Faile Prints announced

Faile will be releasing a print to commemorate their work at Tate Modern this Monday, June 31 at 4pm GMT. The print will feature a 25 colour relief print on 300 gram Somerset Satin paper and will be an edition of 315. This print will be issued on a first come first served basis from […]

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Hang Up Pictures competition

New virtual gallery on the block, Hang Up Pictures, have kicked things off with a great little competition on their site. If you see their stencil (pictured above) on the streets of East London, email them and you’ll be entered into a draw for Bast’s ‘Sizzling Affairs’ sold out print. All entries must be received […]

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Eelus’s Deer-E-Me on sale now at Fusshop

Graphic artist Eelus has released his Deer-E-Me print through clothing and street art emporium, Fusshop. Available to buy online now for a measely £69.99, it’s not to be sniffed at. But if the sight of a woman walking her dead deer in the yellow moonlight is not for you, the Wigan born artist has a […]

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Top Tory in favour of “wonderful” graffiti

‘Top Tory’ Jeremy Hunt was under fire last night saying that graffiti is “wonderful”. The Shadow Culture Secretary went on to say: “Sometimes graffiti — however objectionable and anti-social it is in principle — can be very thought-provoking.” “There’s a wonderful slogan daubed on a fence alongside the M40 coming into London that says, ‘Why […]

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D*Face is back

After a stint over the other side of the pond, London’s main man D*Face is back and he’s already been getting up to no good, as can be seen above. We’d tell you where it is but we know what you rascals are like –  quicker than you can say “online auction” you’ll be down there […]

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The End of the Line

Meeting of styles – London 7th June All day block party The weekend saw the first ever London Meeting of styles Hosted by EndOfTheLine kick off to a great start, our foreign spray paint supplier, Sabotaz, aptly sabotaged the import of hundreds of cans of paint – but the graffiti jam continued unabated with all […]

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Who are Subism?

Big thanks to Stuart at Subism who has helped is out big time with the information here. I strongly suggest you hit the site, www.subism.co.uk, for a shedload of amazing prints, and much more Feeling the oppression of today’s society and loving the freedom that art and street art has, Stuart Boyd wanted to create […]