Issue 23 of VNA features the duo FAILE on the cover, artists who’ve been a favourite of mine for quite some time now.
Issue 23 of VNA is here and with the prolific NYC duo of FAILE on the cover, the crew are prepping for both a London and NYC launch for the mag.
It’s time to celebrate the one year anniversary of Unit44 in Newcastle as they look back on a year’s worth of top shows. To celebrate, this Thursday sees the guys throw a show at the usual space with artwork from Eelus, Prefab77, Stormie Mills, Remi Rough, SheOne, Mr Penfold, C215, Darren Henderson, & Hush. They […]
Faile and Bast will be taking over London’s Lazarides Gallery on Greek Street from February 12. Faile and Bast fans can expect an experienced based on 1980s popular culture. Faile works will be on sale, starting from a measley £2! Faile will also be mounting a retrospective exhibition at Lazarides Rathbone space. We’ve got some […]
Seemingly oblivious to the state of the world economy, Faile have again released several pricey prints from the ‘Lost in Glimmering Shadows’ series, through their website this week. The fact that four days after they went on sale there’s still a few available, gives an indication of the recent downturn felt by the street art […]
Priced at $2,800 each, enter the ballot to get your mitts on one over at the recently re-vamped Faile store and site here. Catch the full set after the jump.
‘Blast‘, The BBC’s creative arts project for young people has caught up with a selection of the stars from our illustrious scene for a series of insightful, well executed interviews. Below are all of the interviews but for more from BBC Blast visit their site here and their street art microsite here. Faile: D*Face: Pure […]
San Francisco’s Fecal Face took full advantage of the fact they live on the very same shores as the mighty Faile by popping along to the collective’s studio shortly before they shipped their spoils over to the mean streets of Vauxhall for ‘Lost In Glimmering Shadows‘. And yes, we have done this in the wrong […]
Show of the year? Yep. View the full gallery after the jump, pics as ever courtesy of Wallkandy.