Now you should all be familiar with above piece of graffiti because it’s “Future World Machines” by Goldie and was selected by Henry Chalfant to be one of those representing...
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An update on the Banksy website, in relation to the recent happenings in Syria: On the 6th March 2011 in the Syrian town of Daraa, fifteen children were arrested and tortured for painting anti-authoritarian graffiti.
“I don’t know how you all see it, but when it comes to the children, Wu-Tang is for the children. We teach the children.” ODB, Grammy Awards Show, 1998.
Cover Club is a brand new event hosted Downstairs at the Ace Hotel, putting a spotlight on the brilliant creative minds behind today’s and yesterday’s most iconic album artwork.
From 3rd April, Howard Griffin Gallery presents a retrospective of the life and work of infamous artist Thierry Noir. In 1984, Noir was the first artist to illegally paint mile upon mile of the Berlin Wall.
Commissioned by Create London, Moniker Projects and The London Legacy Development Corporation, Your Ad Here is a celebration of these businesses which are so important to the local community and economy.
Banksy posted a new image of some stencil work that pokes some fun at social media and everyone’s need for attention (through notifications).
Yet an other of London’s intriguing constructions is currently seeing its final light: Blithehale Medical Centre, Bethnal Green.
The Lurkers have released a limited run of prints alongside a poster/sticker pack. Loving the work guys, go grab yours now from their Big Cartel.
Very Nearly Almost, the UK’s premier international graffiti and street art mag has hit a landmark 25 issues and it’s a pleasure to write about such an achievement. Through the past 24 issues they have been one of the top voices on documenting the scene across the globe and their hard work has paid off with this celebratory issue.
We previously wrote about the Absolut Karnival limited edition bottle, and as part of the brand’s global campaign, Transform Today, Absolut has announced a new project with graphic novelist Rafael Grampá, one of the featured artists of the campaign.
I’m a lover of London’s street art and I’ve seen some eye popping work come and go around the city’s East end – home to London’s art scene. But I never knew who had done it and how.
We previously let you know about the Phlegm show at The Howard Griffin Gallery in London and the show is now open, until the 4th March.
Last week we were invited to attend the London Art Fair 2014 courtesy of Infiniti, who provided a chaffeur driven car and VIP entry to the preview evening.