Viral Art: How the internet has shaped street art and graffiti, is a new ebook by Vandalog editor-in-chief RJ Rushmore. Due out in 2 weeks time, the entire book will be available to read online at ViralArt.net.
Belly Kids are a new discovery for me and I thought I’d share the goods with you all.
Rum Knuckles are teaming up with Roktic, Brick Lane’s streetwear boutique for a popup shop selling the various pieces from the collection.
The new exhibition from Jake & Dinos Chapman opened this week at The Serpentine Gallery, the show is called “Come and See”.
If you’re a fan of our Facebook page or follow our Twitter feed you may have noticed that the piece we posted outside the front of The Prince Charles Cinema in London?
The first solo exhibition from Cyclops opens on Friday at The Outsiders on London’s Greek Street.
Kid Acne has released a brand new hand-pulled screenprint just in time for Christmas – gift for anyone you know? Available from his webshop for £150, the print is a 3 colour, hand-pulled number, in an edition of 20. Hand finished, signed, numbered and embossed. Grab yours now!
Opening on 5th December at 6.30pm, the show will give you an insight to the mastery behind SHOK-1s work, delicate spraypaint technique that looks x-ray-like.
Skate Interiors launches it’s first ever furniture exhibition, a showcase of conceptual furniture made from brand new or recycled Skateboards and components, a collaboration of talent and bespoke skateboard art from Barry Kay, Si Skipp and Scott Horsey Walker.
‘Puppy Snatcher’ will be the first exhibition of his new body of work and for an artist who usual presents two dimensional work, this will be another first.