The Peel Street Project is something that has took over two years to get the final go ahead from Wolverhampton City Council and it now means that a run down subway, in the heart of Wolverhampton itself, has now been transformed into a huge art gallery – with the help of a lot of graffiti […]
Goldie has a new exhibition opening in London’s Mayfair.
Frank “Steam 156″ Malt has recently created this book due to his tireless documentation of graffiti and he serves to preserve what the buff or the elements will certainly destroy. It’s a great addition to anyone’s collection of graff books from around the world and we will post links at the bottom of this page […]
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 […]
Inkie returns this Christmas to bring us a whole sack-full of original art works, canvases, prints, toys, sculptures, T-shirts and books from some of Europe’s finest artists. This urban pop up shop is one of it’s kind, and will be found popping-up in delightful Cork Street, Mayfair, the hub of London’s Art finery. This is the […]
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28 colour screen print from Goldie in anticipation of his forthcoming ‘The Kids Are All Riot’ exhibition. Grab it from Eddie Lock’s site for 285 pounds here.
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!
Opening Friday 10th April is the new show from Goldie. Taking place at the Maverik Showroom on Redchurch St, Shoreditch. This new show is “joining the dots” from Goldie’s pioneering graffiti heritage to now and beyond. Open Mon – Fri 10am – 6.30pm and Sat – Sun 11am – 7pm, the exhibition runs till 26th […]
‘Twenty-five years ago I was doing one-man shows and street art was outcast; people thought it was outrageous. It was pretty hairy in those days, when graffiti artists would go out and paint trains. Then, it was all about getting your train seen from one side of the city to the other’ – Goldie Read […]