Monthly Archives: January 2010

White Canvas Project – The Movie

Banksy – “Exit Through The Gift Shop” Synopsis

So, the Banksy film was screened this weekend at Sundance and the LA Times have posted a comprehensive roundup and synopsis to explain the story further… “The movie doesn’t appear anywhere in the Sundance Film Festival’s catalogue. Outside a small circle of ultra-secretive confidantes, nobody knows its director’s identity and whereabouts. And the film’s place […]

White Canvas Project – The Movie

Banksy at Sundance

From Arrested Motion: Some very interesting developments over in Park City, Utah where the Sundance Film Festival is about to get underway. Apparently, about four new alleged Banksy stencils have popped up, with the one seen above being the best one so far. Adding to the intrigue are the rumors that the “Spotlight Surprise” documentary will actually be […]

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Graff London awards

Every year Graff London ask their forum members to vote for who they feel are has been the best writer, crew, etc, of the past period. It’s all for fun, there’s not many categories and there’s no actual ceremony or prizes as such, but the results are a pretty true reflection of what’s happening in […]

White Canvas Project – The Movie

Kill Banksy

The anti-Banksy campaign continues with this softly spoken runner found on South East Trains. Via: grafflondon.tk

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Love this

Panik shows off his polished style with a few early 2010 throw-ups on this unsuspecting van. Very nice.

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No Comment blog

Focusing entirely on graffiti in London, No Comment travel north, east, south and west documenting new and old activity on our streets and train lines. If you like your tags and throw-ups in gritty London locations then be sure to check the site out. Here’s a selection of No Comment images to whet your appetite.

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Roktic “Too hip to be square” Pop-Up Shop

Following on from the success of September 09′s pop-up shop, Roktic return to East Gallery with a new concept store representing independent and underground streetwear labels from around the world. The event will focus around the release of a limited edition exclusive print and t-shirt collaboration between Oh Death, Little Art book and Roktic to […]