Monthly Archives: September 2008

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Nick Walker hits the homelands with ‘Coat Of Arms’

Originally seen at the Nuart festival in Norway, Nick Walker has re-created his ‘Coat Of Arms’ piece for the viewing pleasure of his local brethren in Bristol. The piece is situated on the side of Vicenzo’s Pizza on Park Street. After the jump check the piece out in context.

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Insect print “re-stock” at POW

Apparently there’s a few of these available for collection from the POW headquarters, so if you missed ‘em and are in the area be sure to swing by. They’re not going to be advertised on the site but while stocks last they can be picked up in person for the same price they were released […]

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Burning Candy at Sartorial Art: competition

After four successful years in the pleasant surroundings of Notting Hill, Sartorial Art are moving on to bigger (literally) and better things. Choosing to throw their proverbial hats down slap bang in the middle of Kings Cross’ emerging art scene, the team are continuing in their forward-thinking direction. Kicking things off in the spanking new […]

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101ers graffiti exhibition at Visual Imprint

The 101ers have been doing their thing for tiiiiiime. Originally started in 1995 in Greece by Naze and Kesa they’ve since had an array of artists pass through their stables and in the early years of this century upped sticks to London town. Now consisting of just Ren, Krah, Fors, Kai 1 and Eon, the […]

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‘Long Lost’ prints from Karborn

These little gems were created while Karborn was squatting in Bristol at the tender age of just 17. Previously thought to be lost, the originals were unexpectedly returned to the artist by his old house mates. The prints come in a set with 4 designs, from an edition of 20 sets, with each set priced […]

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Gallery: Ben Frost “Crapitalism”

We headed down to the Ben Frost private view last Thursday and the No Walls Gallery have done a fantastic job with their first show and we expect big things to come from this group and artist. A viewing is strongly recommended. Photography by Paul Jenkins Full gallery after the jump…

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JR hits Foyles Bookshop on Charing X Road, London

This is going up right now as I am typing this and we’ve got a whole host of shots of the amazing work that JR and his team are putting up. He opens his brand new solo shows on 3rd October at both Laz on Charing X Road and Laz on Greek St. More on […]

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New York gets hit with a new Banksy

It seems that the main man himself has continued on his tour of America, and this time putting up a huge mural on the corner of Wooster and Grand St. in Soho, New York. There’s a thread over on the Banksy forum with updated pictures and people questioning the fact that he’s employed someone else […]

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Ben Frost ‘Crapitalism’ solo show at Dray Walk

Aussie artist Ben Frost’s Crapitalism opens on September 26 at the Dray Walk in the East End, with the private view from 6pm on September 25 (tomorrow). Increasingly known for poking fun at the manipulative techniques and tools of the advertising industry, ‘Crapitalism’, his first UK solo show, is no different. Using a ‘collage’ style of unlikely bed-fellows, […]