Sweet Toof and Rowdy have a new show that opened last week at See Studio’s space in Hackney Wick.
Spraying Bricks are back with the 11th video in their series. This time, D*Face is enlisted to the project.
Lynx have teamed up with Protein to celebrate 18 Years Of Africa. A series of eighteen orignal artworks, by eighteen artists for eighteen days in celebration of the world’s most iconic fragrance. And they want you to be a part of it.
The London Westbank Gallery are proud to present an exhibition from Mark Bodé and Cheo.
Inside, you’ll find 350 works from pimped cars, graffiti, extreme body art, ice sculpture, flash mobs, burlesque acts, portraits made from bottle tops, paintings made by animals, carnivals, giant artworks built to be appreciated from the air and even that (infamous) dress made of meat, worn by Lady Gaga.
The long awaited show from Candice Tripp and Giles Walker opens to the public on 30th November. Presented by Black Rat Projects, the event is free, but for the opening nights: Thursday November 28th and Friday 29th you can book online as there’s limited capacity.
Mike Ballard’s new show opens on 22nd November at The Residence Gallery in London. In association with Beyond Ultra and The Hackney Snare Drum Awareness Program, Mike has teamed up for his new show “Advertising The Invisible”.
Some magic from INSA.