Category: Street Art

Recreating A Classic

 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 the UK, for his 1987 book “Spraycan Art” about the best graffiti from around the world. “Future World Machines” was originally created live as a […]

Banksy With Syria

Banksy #WithSyria

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.

Subway Art ...

The Peel Street Project

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 […]


Phlegm book release, 1st June for £25

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 […]

Ronzo Skate Saurus

Ronzo: ‘Skater Saurus’ Limited Edition

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 […]

The Full "Dead and Buried" Wall

The Walking Dead

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 […]