Following on from the exhibition launch last week at Stolen Space, the ATG “The Eye In The Sky” book and limited edition prints are now for sale on the website.
In December 2010, a group of artists got together to work on a project painting London’s skyline. The aim was to inspire people and remind them of their voice. During the time where communities across the UK felt increasingly neglected and let down by the system, the roofs of many council blocks across London were […]
ATG have headed to the Big Apple for a group show at the Klughaus Gallery as Jamie Brown, Dominic Corry, Will Robson-Scott and Jack Murray partner up to present a body of works. The title of the show, ‘Silverlink’ refers to the former name of an overground line that runs from the East to the […]
ATG have launched a new website which is a good refresh of the previous site, adding profiles to each of the family members and a cleaner, yet bolder design. Alongside the updates to the site, they’ve also dropped some new items in their clothing range for Spring.
Every year Graff London ask their forum members to vote for who they feel are has been the best writer, crew, etc, of the past period. It’s all for fun, there’s not many categories and there’s no actual ceremony or prizes as such, but the results are a pretty true reflection of what’s happening in […]
Panik shows off his polished style with a few early 2010 throw-ups on this unsuspecting van. Very nice.
Mr P, of ATG fame has just launched a new website. Check it out here
New banner on the AnTaGoniser’s blog. If you live in London and don’t know of ATG, get to know.