This documentary, shot by Abbie Brandon, follows street artist Ben Eine as he painted the side of The London Graphics Centre a few weeks ago.
It looks like Banksy headed back to MOCA last weekend to add some new pieces to his Art in the Streets installation in the exhibition. The hazmat suit golfing pair with their golf cart has taken the place of the asphalt roller, which has now been moved outside and a steamrolled Yogi Bear lies on the […]
Monorex, Holic, Secret Wars and friends all come together to host a very special live art show on the 30th May to help raise money for victims of the earthquake in Japan. The night will feature the usual live art battle, this time between England and Japan. A silent auction of Monorex artists’ work, Pop Up […]
Banksy will donate the proceeds from the sale of a brand new poster he has created to the Peoples Republic of Stokes Croft. The donations will go towards an effort to help in the wake of the recent Bristol Tesco riots. The piece will be made exclusively available during Bristol’s Anarchist Bookfair on Saturday, May 7th. Priced at £5 […]
VNA went out to LA and bumped into fairy godmother of graff, Martha Cooper setting up her bit of the Art In The Streets exhibition at MOCA. Video shot by Charlie Inman.
Montana upped this pretty cool video which shows the journey of a can of paint from the beginning to the end. These sorts of videos always go down well. Enjoy
INSA has been busy painting up in Newcastle at the White Walls Project and the above is the biggest and most complex moving piece to date. The piece took 3 days and the wall was painted four times over to give the end result – painstaking work, but 100% worth it. The real beauty behind […]
Banksy hit London over the Easter weekend with a new piece in the Fitzrovia area, just north of Oxford St. The new piece by Mr. B is near where the “One Nation Under CCTV” used to be and we’re sure you’ve seen the pics floating around on Twitter already, but what do you think?
“It took 4 nights and about 50 litres of paint for Sweet Toof and Paul Insect to blend signature imagery in this visible-from-space collaborative masterpiece. In essence, the painting is a double headed face munching away at the rooftop hut. Best viewed from 1,000 feet, the symmetry ensures the effect is the same whether viewed […]
Blam has repainted his Oscar The Grouch piece on Hanbury Street. Thanks to Hooked Blog for the heads up and Dearie.me for the pic.