Monthly Archives: October 2010

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Exhibition: Kid Acne – When The Smoke Clears at Concrete Hermit

Concrete Hermit will be presenting Kid Acne’s first London solo show of 2010: ‘When The Smoke Clears’ which will be a collection of new works by Acne, as well as a new line of products, including T-Shirts, a sweatshirt, and screen prints. When The Smoke Clears will be at the Shoreditch Gallery space and will […]

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Lokey solo show at Weapon of Choice Gallery, Bristol

The 12th November sees the first solo show from Lokey at the Weapon of Choice Gallery in Bristol. Lokey was born and raised in Bristol. His passion for Graffiti started in the mid 1980’s through a chance meeting in a local park, with some kid’s break-dancing who had returned from their holiday in America with hip-hop mix […]

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Save the rabbit!

We’re big fans of ROA here at UKSA so when we heard that Hackney council think that the rabbit on the side of The Premises Studios on Hackney Road is “a blight on the local environment and detrimental to the amenity of the area” we were thinking, what on earth are they on about? Are […]

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Graffiti Cubed – The World’s First 3D Painting

Opening tomorrow, Cordy House sees Chu teaming up with Mutate Britain to create the 3rd dimension. This looks pretty interesting, so look forward to checking it out. Open every Saturday and Sunday between 2 and 7pm, till 14th November. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5i9YsHOFQL0

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Video: Beautiful Losers in full on Babelgum

Babelgum have the full version of the fantastic “Beautiful Losers” – If you’ve not seen this, watch it, then watch it again. Ok? “Beautiful Losers is an intimate and moving assessment of initially underappreciated yet wildly influential outcasts such as Shepard Fairey, Margaret Kilgallen, Mike Mills, Barry McGee, Jo Jackson, Chris Johanson, Harmony Korine, Stephen […]