Victym launched in May, from their based in Twickenham through a preview showcase of their first collection “Manifest” at Tupelo Honey Cafe in the heart of Camden. Artists Fraser Gillespie and James Hanrahan front the collective, both having a background in art and design. This, combined with their creative drive, led to the founding of the collective.
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
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.
Matt Small’s newest exhibition of work opens on 11 August at Blackall Studios in London as Moniker Projects proudly present this new body of work. “Seen and Heard” is made up of the first series of paintings to come from Matt’s involvement with the charity, Single Homeless Project (S.H.P.). The exhibition marks a conceptual leap […]
Phlegm has been in New York recently and the Sheffiled based artists put up a series of murals in Manhattan at the Fulton Housing Project.
A quick update from the Brandalism camp, as the Space Hijackers returned to East London to drop up and paste another billboard on the streets.
In December 2010, a group of artists got together to work on a project painting London’s skyline. The aim was to inspire people and remind them of their voice. During the time where communities across the UK felt increasingly neglected and let down by the system, the roofs of many council blocks across London were […]
A couple of new Banksy pieces have appeared on his website, just before the London 2012 Olympics begin on Friday. As ever, tongue-in-cheek work from Mr B. The question is, will these pieces survive the “clean-up” on the streets of London? What do you think? Pop a comment in the box below..