End of the Line’s Jim Vision & Dr Zadok hit Redchurch Street in London over the weekend to give a huge wall a new look for 2014.
The Splash. What's new?
The Howard Griffin Gallery have a stormer of an exhibition coming up with one of our favourite artists, Phlegm.
Modern Alchemists present Empty Walls, Roath’s first street art festival. By combining 10 local and international artists through the global language of Street Art they aim to bring colour, culture and vibrancy to the city of Cardiff by creating an outdoor gallery of public murals.
“Outside In” is the name of the new exhibition that the two graffiti artists, known as Mef and Kem, are holding later this month at Gallery 150, Leamington Spa and...
Street Art London have just dropped a new version of their iPhone app. Having spent a lot of hard work and effort on the development, it now has a home...
The Peel Street Project is something that has took over two years to get the final go ahead from Wolverhampton City Council and it now means that a run down...
The Last Breath Project aims to give buildings that are soon to be demolished a ‘last’ chance to showcase some beautiful work from a talented artist.
We received a copy of the new Wes Lang book for review recently and having had a better chance to sit down and leaf through it this week, it was about time for me to pop the review up.
I was excited to receive the press release for the new Project Zoltar book this week and very happy when a copy arrived shortly after.
Herrods* is a complex art installation and is in no way trying to ‘pass off’ any brandalism or subvertising of existing corporate entities as itself.
Back by popular demand, the Recoat Christmas Pop Up Shoppe has returned and is open until 22nd December in Glasgow.
The Leyden Gallery in East London are proud to present a selection of prints from the internationally acclaimed artist Antony Micallef.
The Chapman Brothers have donated an original sculpture, entitled ‘My Brother Went To The Circus And All I Got Was This Lousy Souvenir’.
Roger Gastman released a new print this week, titled “Tools of Criminal Mischief: The Can IV” and it’s a bit of a stunner.