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 subway, in the heart of Wolverhampton itself, has now been transformed into a huge art gallery – with the help of a lot of graffiti […]
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?
It took ABOVE 7 months to find the perfect spot for this piece.
Issue 23 of VNA features the duo FAILE on the cover, artists who’ve been a favourite of mine for quite some time now.
This new piece from Phlegm is another stunner. Incredibly intricate design work on a large scale, he keeps going from strength to strength.
Phlegm, one of my favourite artists, is releasing a book on 1st June via his Big Cartel and if the cover is anything to go by, it’s going to be amazing! Set for release at 1pm, the book will gather together the collection of pen and ink illustrations that he’s based on the walls he’s […]
If you saw the last post, then you may have noticed that Ronzo has been producing a short video about ‘Skater Saurus’ on Brick Lane, and for fans of that piece, you can now pick up the limited mini version of the same piece, priced at £100. Looks damn sick! Fossil relief/sculpture cast out of […]
What can I say, if you like graffiti and “The Walking Dead” TV series then you should love this wall!?! The piece is entitled “Dead and Buried” and it was recently created by Kemef Inc, Gnasher and The Goat – I’ll think you’ll agree that it’s an amazing collaboration of some very talented artists and […]
Street Fusion is a huge FREE event that is being hosted by Brink Contemporary Arts and takes place in Kenilworth on May 11th 2013 and it will be a fun day out for everyone that attends. There’s a live graffiti jam happening, featuring more than 20 of the regions finest artists, as well as DJ’s, […]
Koze, 45rpm and Richt got together on Sunday 24th March to paint three of the huge billboards on the corner of Old Street in London. The reason, to bring awareness that every day, three young men end their lives. “TOM. DICK. HARRY. Every day three young men end their lives. Help stop male suicide.” Suicide […]