Upfest 2nd, 3rd & 4th June – (Jubilee Bank Holiday Weekend) This weekend Europe’s largest urban art festival Upfest place for its fifth year and has unveiled plans to take over the cultural home of UK graffiti, Bristol.
This weekend see’s a very interesting event take place in our capital city, no I don’t mean the royal knees up, im talking about a more riotous occasion, the Seize Art Fare - The world’s ONLY 100% illegal art festival, no fee’s, no sales, no sponsors, just public art.
A video put together by one of the VNA crew, Joao Retorta, showcasing the live art that went down at the recent Streetfest in Shoreditch.
Along with the update to his website for the outdoor pieces, there’s a series of new images depicting some new works – destined for galleries perhaps? Leave a comment below with your thoughts…
On inspection of the Banksy website, there’s a host of new images depicting some of his recent pieces outside. Confirmation of the outdoor piece depicting child labour in Turnpike Lane/Wood Green, London along with a series of others, including the ‘trimming of the bush’.
What do you think?
As the newest addition to UKSA, I wanted to write a post to introduce myself and say a big thanks for the invite. With a background in design & illustration, I’m hoping to be able to contribute with interviews & features on the UK street art scene and crossovers that bleed into illustration, product design […]
The London Vandal announced their brand new webshop recently, placing themselves in to the graffiti supply and apparel sphere with a selection of spray paint, markers, booksand magazines. Slick, simple to use and stocking your favourite supplies, they aim to be the go-to guys for all your needs. They also have a selection of all The London Vandal Brand t-shirts.
Mr Banksy has popped up a new piece in Turnpike Lane, London. The image depicts a child labourer getting the bunting ready for the Queen’s Jubilee. The piece, on the side of Poundland is very clearly, well placed. More great commentary on a current event. What do you make of it? Thanks to Nuart for the […]
ATG have headed to the Big Apple for a group show at the Klughaus Gallery as Jamie Brown, Dominic Corry, Will Robson-Scott and Jack Murray partner up to present a body of works. The title of the show, ‘Silverlink’ refers to the former name of an overground line that runs from the East to the […]
“Fuck You, Pay Me” is a series of baseball bats by Word To Mother which can be seen in his brand new show “Can’t Afford to be Broke” which opened today at the White Walls Gallery in San Francisco. Alongside the bats, dollar bills with MOTHER screen printed on top, make up the work with a […]