All Type No Face is a project by a group of local artists who believe that Cambridge has it’s own creative scene, strong enough to be recognised by the rest of the art community.
In late July 2012, Very Nearly Almost magazine caught up with the artist Nychos as he passed through London
Anyone who’s into graffiti and street art and is from the UK should now be well aware of the “Upfest” festival that happens every year in Bristol. This an amazing free event that takes place over several days on North Street, right by the city centre. It’s a totally legal event that is fully supported […]
Some pictures of Bristol’s annual outdoor street art festival – See No Evil – have appeared on their site. The event, taking place on Nelson street hosts a mix of local and international heavyweights, including pieces from Nychos, Stik, Pixel Pancho and prolific illustrator/artist Andy Council. Checkout some itv news footage from last weekend and […]
New Urban Era and Aerosol Planet got together recently and arranged a jam in Tamworth which consisted of loads of writers from all over the country but they were accompanied by soundsytems, street dancers, beatboxers and a number of different DJ’s. Some of the writers that got involved that day were Trans1, Bonzai, Glimmertwin, Title, […]
Having chewed up the streets of most of London’s East End, Sweet Toof is ready to take a bite out of Hackney Wick again with a mini retrospective exhibition titled “Sweet Revenge”. The show includes a series of original works plus artwork never seen in the UK before.
Following on from the exhibition launch last week at Stolen Space, the ATG “The Eye In The Sky” book and limited edition prints are now for sale on the website.