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UK Adapta have picked 5 UK artists; Cyclops, D*Face, David Bray, Vesna Parchet and Word To Mother, for their first show taking place in Hong Kong from November 14 – December 10. For more info on the show visit their new exhibition-specific site here, and for more on UK Adapta in general visit their online […]
Whilst all the hype was with D*Face and the Black Rat Press‘s show last Thursday, Lazarides gallery quietly went about their business in their Charing Cross and Greek Street outposts. Having worked non-stop on the facade of nearby buildings in the week leading up to the show in his now trdemark fashion, it was time […]
Thursday saw the doors of Black Rat Press open up for the private view of the new D*Face show entitled “aPOPcalypse Now” Entry to the gallery was through a side door adjacent to Cargo, which let you through a multitude of weird and wonderful rooms filled with installation pieces and sounds. Eventually after clambering through […]
Art Republic have a couple of D*Face‘s Statue Of Liberty prints for sale at £350. The bulk of these prints were sold from BRP this morning so if you missed out this is probably your last chance. Grab one here quick.
From mid August up until the beginning of this month a selection of our green and pleasant land’s finest urban artists flew out to Stavanger in Norway for 2008’s Nuart festival. After the jump, we’ve hand-picked our favourite pics from the UK Artists involved, so sit back, relax and enjoy. Pics courtesy of Wall Kandy’s head […]
To coincide with the recent exhibition, talks and screenings at the Tate Modern, they’ve released a DVD to celebrate the scene we all know and love. Street Art – Painting the City is a documentary about the scene and is more of an educational tool than a full blown documentary. The film covers Paris, London […]
On September 6 Philips de Pury & Company (PP & C), the US based contemporary art, design, jewelry and photography auction house, will present work for sale in London from a selection of the ‘urban art’ scene’s biggest players. Artists involved include Bansky, Bast, Beejoir, Blek le Rat, DFace, Faile, Shepard Fairey, Insect, Invader, KAWS, Dave Kinsey, Adam […]
To mark the release of issue 6 of Very Nearly Almost magazine we caught up with the one man publishing machine responsible for the magazine’s photography, editorial, design, prinitng, distribution, marketing and everything else. Read what he had to say on everything from the graf vs street art debate to his plans for the future […]
Brick Lane’s finest, Stolen Space, have announced the line-up for their summer show. Kicking off on July 17, the show will feature new works from Shepherd Fairey, Word To Mother, Andrew McAttee, Vhils, Vitche and Jana – not bad, not bad at all. We’ll have interviews with all of the artists shortly so check back the week leading […]
After a stint over the other side of the pond, London’s main man D*Face is back and he’s already been getting up to no good, as can be seen above. We’d tell you where it is but we know what you rascals are like – quicker than you can say “online auction” you’ll be down there […]
Heads-up, there’s a couple (literally) of D*Face’s recent Street Improvements prints (4 & 5, see above) still available at Art Republic so if you missed ’em at The Black Rat Gallery get clicking.
Street art badman D*Face is the subject of another fine interview from San Francisco based arts and culture website Fecal Face. Read their interview with the London born artist here