Produced and crafted by shuffle for their friends at Supremebeing as part of a social campaign for the White Canvas Project.
Cope 2, Blade, Stay High 149, Fuzz One, Bom5, Rd 357, Jez, Sen2, Indie 184 and Poem get together for a unique exhibition of the godfathers of graffiti using New York subway maps as their canvas to tell their 30 year story.
A range of work is on display, giving us an insight into his ongoing aesthetic journeys. Recently works in the Futurism 2.0 and White Canvas Project exhibitions in London have only strengthened She One’s presence as a major player in the street art and graffiti world.
The End of The Line crew got in touch about a new series of short videos they’ve put together. The first in the series sees She One kick off proceedings.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=DM9AFdTu48I Boxfresh put together this short video for a recap of the Moniker Art Fair 2012.
Back in August, See No Evil saw top artists take over Nelson Street in Bristol. One of the most ambitious and diverse permanent street art projects in the country.
The Bench is the shop in Birmingham, West Midlands for all your graffiti needs (whether it be paint, markers, clothing or books etc) and they have recently celebrated their 10th birthday so loads of great writers, DJ’s and beatboxers turned up on a sunny Saturday in Digbeth to celebrate this! (They are stockists of all […]
[imagebrowser id=1] We’re sure most of you are aware that Shepard Fairey is in town at the moment, with numerous pieces popping up on the street and a double-header exhibition. I headed to Brick Lane earlier today to check out the two shows, and if you’re a fan of the artist and street art/graffiti or […]
Shepard Fairey opened his first UK show in 5 years on Friday in collaboration with the Stolen Space Gallery. We found a short video on Twitter today, with a peep at the opening night of the show on Friday. Who popped down to check out the show, what did you think – drop a comment […]
Tonight Blitz Studio held a launch party at Ladbroke Groves Graffik gallery to celebrate the launch of their new iOS title ‘Kumo Lumo’. Kumo Lumo has a bold, distinctive style ‘heavily influenced by the sticker bomb movement’, in recognition of this they invited six street artists to show their work along side Blitz’s in-house designers. […]