Inkfetish hit Streetfest this weekend with this awesome piece. As ever, great work!
The launch of William Parry’s new book Against the Wall: The art of resistance in Palestine is set to happen on 10th June at the Human Rights Action Centre in East London. Against the Wall is a collection of artwork and graffiti on Israel’s Wall in the occupied West Bank which cuts through Palestinian communities […]
Tickets include entry into the afterparty and the originals and prints prize draw! Draw thanks to: Wreckage, Dotmasters, Part2ism, Carrie Reichardt, Teddy Baden, Dr D, Snug One, David Walker, Jo Peel and more coming all the time… DJs on the night will be: Nihal (Radio 1), Don Letts (6 Music), Femi Fem, Acyde, Big Pink […]
Jimi Crayon, Pinky Tesfay and MNKY all took part in a live painting session this Tuesday for the “Malibu By U” campaign at sites in Brixton (Tesfay & MNKY) and Central St Martins (Crayon). You can find out more about the project here – where you can submit your own customised bottle to win a […]
Next Monday sees the Agents of Change teaming up with the Dream Factory from Honda for a special event at W+K Platform on Brick Lane. They’re fresh from one of their latest projects, “Ghostvillage” which we featured a while back. The AOC will be talking us through the project and what’s coming up next for […]
Banksy hit the the corner of Water St. and Jay St in NYC, alongside another on Cedar Street between Greenwich and Trinity. Photography: Highsnobiety.com
Sorry, for the delay on this post, which features Inkfetish’s recent work at the TBTC event in Brighton a week back. As ever, sterling work sir!
UK STREET ART travelled down to Bristol last Friday to check out a very special transatlantic collaboration between the noted Corey Helford Gallery from Los Angeles and Bristol’s City Museum & Art Gallery. No amount of volcanic ash was going to stop this showstopping one off collaboration from taking place despite being postponed to a […]
We’ve heard some things about a new artist who is about to heat up the scene and this weekend, PEN 1, hit Shoreditch with this stencil of Kate Moss. We’re sure you’ll agree that this style of mugshot and whit will go down well. Keep your eyes peeled for more coming soon…