Goldie is currently promoting his new exhibition with a signs from a mock Estate Agents, of which he’s created the identity. This certainly livens up the housing and economic crashes. Great spot of culture jamming here, and if anyone happens to snap one when they’re out and about – send it in!
The British artist Paul Curtis is not sure what to call his version of vandalism. “People call it ‘reverse graffiti,’ ” he says, “but I prefer something less sinister: ‘clean tagging’ or ‘grime writing.’ ” Curtis, a k a Moose, selectively scrubs dirty, derelict city property (tunnel walls, sidewalks) so that words and images are […]
Untitled 23, originally uploaded by the decapitator.
# Saw this last night on the way up to Stokey – it’s HUGE and looks amazing as the bus pulls past. London as an open prison?
Had an email from Moenipulation detailing his project, and this is what he had to say: “I am an artist whose work is based upon my experience within the UK graffiti scene since the mid 80’s. Through these experiences I have developed and experimented with the concept of producing marks within locations in acts of […]
As seen in Finsbury Park, London
As seen on Kingsland Highstreet, East London. With thanks to Ben Irwin.