Monthly Archives: April 2011

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INSA: ‘Online Love’

INSA has been busy painting up in Newcastle at the White Walls Project and the above is the biggest and most complex moving piece to date. The piece took 3 days and the wall was painted four times over to give the end result – painstaking work, but 100% worth it. The real beauty behind […]

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New Banksy in London

Banksy hit London over the Easter weekend with a new piece in the Fitzrovia area, just north of Oxford St. The new piece by Mr. B is near where the “One Nation Under CCTV” used to be and we’re sure you’ve seen the pics floating around on Twitter already, but what do you think?

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Video: Sweet Toof and Paul Insect, London Rooftop, 2011

“It took 4 nights and about 50 litres of paint for Sweet Toof and Paul Insect to blend signature imagery in this visible-from-space collaborative masterpiece. In essence, the painting is a double headed face munching away at the rooftop hut. Best viewed from 1,000 feet, the symmetry ensures the effect is the same whether viewed […]

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Banksy’s “Kissing Coppers” to be sold and shipped to America

The Guardian are reporting that this famous piece, from the side of the pub in Brighton, is to be sold and shipped off to America: “The work, which depicts two policemen in a passionate clinch, has become a shrine for fans of the elusive graffiti artist and a regular stop on Brighton’s tourist trail. But, […]

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Stolenspace presents ‘The Reign Of Pink’ by Buff Monster

Stolenspace present the solo show from Buff Monster featuring paintings on board, installation work and also the release of a limited edition print. As a celebration of 10 years, of the king of pink, Buff Monster has put together a new body of work: “‘I’ve always painted squirts and boobs and drips, and I’ve always […]

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“3 Kings” by Remi/Rough and System

Rough sent over some shots of a piece he and System have put up in London. As you can see, the piece pays homage to the three legends that are Dondi, Basquiat and RammellZee and features the styles of both System and Rough to depict the three headshots of the artists.

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“Don’t Hate On Kate” mural by Monorex

Monorex artist, Stika, has been busy putting up this Royal Wedding themed piece in Shoreditch on the wall just at the back of Village Underground: “This particular mural was in response to the negative press around the upcoming Royal wed­ding on the 29th April. Channel 4 are airing a documentary called “Meet the Middletons”, expos­ing […]

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Want your work featured?

As you can see, we’ve had a bit of clean out, refreshed the site templates and got rid of a lot of the clutter from the previous design. Up top, we’ve got a header area which we’d like people to make submissions to have their work featured up there (on rotation). If you’d like your […]