Monthly Archives: June 2011

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Video: David Shillinglaw “All You’ll Ever Need’

Back from a month long residency in Cape Town, David Shillinglaw has a new show at the East Gallery on Brick Lane. Brought to you by Cement, the new show will include a mix of new and familiar works on canvas, paper and a whole host of other objects. The video above is a short […]

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New Banksy piece mentions Tox

Banksy has adorned the streets of London with a brand new piece and it’s marked as a tribute to Tox. For those of you who follow graffiti closely, then you’ll know that Tox has recently been convicted of criminal damage as he’s known as one of the capital’s most notorious taggers. The new piece is […]

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Banksy – “Gas Mask Boy” piece at Sotheby’s

At the end of the month Sotheby’s London will be auctioning a previously unseen piece of Banksy work title “Gas Mask Boy”. The piece was created in 2010 and has approximate dimensions of 27″ by 39″. You may recall that there is a similar piece on a postcard that comes with the “Exit Through The […]

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Video: Documenting ‘Selected Moments’

We previously wrote about the Remi Rough and Stormie Mills show at Unit44 in Newcastle and Remi has kindly sent over the video above which was shot and edited by David Billbrough. He captured the entire project as the two artists went about creating ten canvases into a series of works which would in turn […]

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Video: Colourful Barz

“In 2009 Josh Piehl, Will Dempsey, Tom Collister and Darren Austin were sentenced to a combined sentence of over 6 years in prison for £60,000 worth of damage to the south eastern train line. In this documentary we follow the life of Josh Piehl, we dig deeper finding out who Josh Piehl really is, where […]

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VNA x Montana Cans x Street Fest

Very Nearly Almost teamed up with Montana-cans and Edding Markers (and also the crew over at itdrewitself), to join together a team of  UK based street and graffiti artists at this years Street Fest 1-dayer and came back with the production of a series of mini art edits.

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Exhibition: Ron English – Skin Deep: Post-Instinctual Afterthoughts On Psychological Portraiture

It’s been a while since Ron English was last in London hasn’t it? He’s back at the Lazarides Gallery on Rathbone Place with a new exhibition titled, ready for it, “Skin Deep: Post-Instinctual Afterthoughts On Psychological Portraiture” From the Laz site: “Painter, Pundit and Prankster Ron English presents Skin Deep, an exploration of the intersections, […]