The HangFire crew are back with their Halloween extravaganza for 2013.
I’ve been testing out the London Street Art Tours app recently and using a Nexus 7, it’s been a pleasure to try it out. The app features street art locations, mapped out across various areas of the city of London. Using custom markers, the interface allows you to navigate around town using maps for areas, […]
A range of work is on display, giving us an insight into his ongoing aesthetic journeys. Recently works in the Futurism 2.0 and White Canvas Project exhibitions in London have only strengthened She One’s presence as a major player in the street art and graffiti world.
Back in August, See No Evil saw top artists take over Nelson Street in Bristol. One of the most ambitious and diverse permanent street art projects in the country.
We all know that the internet is awash with great pieces of graffiti and street art from around the world but there is nothing like getting out there and finding some of this great artwork for yourself! We encourage you to get out there and have a look around and see what you can find […]
If you’re in Bristol for Halloween then be sure to check out the “Trick or Treat” exhibition on Wednesday, 31st October.
Anyone who’s into graffiti and street art and is from the UK should now be well aware of the “Upfest” festival that happens every year in Bristol. This an amazing free event that takes place over several days on North Street, right by the city centre. It’s a totally legal event that is fully supported […]
Clifford Joseph Price, aka Goldie, is now mainly known for being a DJ, actor, and as a musician (Metalheadz etc) but in other circles he has never been forgotten as a graffiti artist and breakdancer which was a culture that he’d abosorbed due to many visits to the States during his youth. You’d be surprised […]
A quick update with a few more shots from your tagged shots on Instagram including Smug One & Epok’s huge wall taking shape at the recent Upfest event.
Incwel has been busy in Bristol recently and kindly sent some pics of his new piece called “Still Sane”. Mixing together a bold image of the Queen, with the classic flash stripe from David Bowie’s “Alladin Sane” album cover, we like this one – what do you think?