Spraying Bricks were fortunate enough to have joined Conor in East Dulwich where they caught up with him painting this large mural prior to the Dulwich Art Fair. The mural depicts the scene of two men of power on opposing sides ‘squaring up’ as if ready to fight. The mural took Conor two days to […]
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.
Sickboy’s newest show, “Heaven & Earth” contains an entirely new body of work and also presents four major installations which include a walk-in confessional booth (with a resident pastor), and an installation which see’s the who’s who of artists joining Sickboy, including: D*Face, Eine, Anthony Lister, Paul Insect, Vhils, Conor Harrington, Xenz, Word to Mother, […]
A LAZARIDES GALLERY Group Show Featuring the artwork of Antony Micallef, JR, Conor Harrington & Vhils. June 9 – June 27, 2010
Conor’s new show ‘Headless Heroes’ is now open until November 26 at Lazarides‘ Rathbone Place gallery. Full gallery courtesy of Wallkandy after the jump. For more pics from the show, plus a selection of Conor working in preparation, head over to Wallkandy’s flickr here.
Full gallery of the show after the jump, for more info visit Kinsey/Des Forges. All pics courtesy of Wallkandy, check his sets here.
Faced with the task of painting an intimidatingly big 26m x 5m wall Mr Harrington set to work on ‘Masters of the Universe’ with just a 10 day window to get the job done. After the jump check the evolution of the piece as it morphs into a monsterous masterpiece complete with raging bulls, rudeboys […]
Lazarides are currently dominating the UK street art gallery scene and they’ve decided it’s about time they head over the Atlantic and start owning stateside. They’re going to be opening a pop-up show in New York’s Bowery and will be bringing together their artists in a unique show of some very lively work. “The Outsiders” […]
Ireland’s Conor Harrington continues to smash Italy to pieces with his work as part of the Fame Festival. Check the above detail in context after the jump.
nuff said really…