Now you should all be familiar with above piece of graffiti because it’s “Future World Machines” by Goldie and was selected by Henry Chalfant to be one of those representing the UK, for his 1987 book “Spraycan Art” about the best graffiti from around the world. “Future World Machines” was originally created live as a […]
End of the Line’s Jim Vision & Dr Zadok hit Redchurch Street in London over the weekend to give a huge wall a new look for 2014.
“Outside In” is the name of the new exhibition that the two graffiti artists, known as Mef and Kem, are holding later this month at Gallery 150, Leamington Spa and it features loads of new work by them. If their last show (entitled “Steel Horses”) is anything to go by, then you are not going […]
Street Art London have just dropped a new version of their iPhone app. Having spent a lot of hard work and effort on the development, it now has a home feed and a completely rebuilt back end which makes getting date on to the app a lot easier. It’s available in the App Store and […]
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 […]
Berlin Boombox have teamed up with Montana Cans to collaborate on this special edition made from unprinted white cardboard, bundled with a pack of 6 Montana ACRYLIC markers.
Viral Art: How the internet has shaped street art and graffiti, is a new ebook by Vandalog editor-in-chief RJ Rushmore. Due out in 2 weeks time, the entire book will be available to read online at ViralArt.net.
If you’re a fan of our Facebook page or follow our Twitter feed you may have noticed that the piece we posted outside the front of The Prince Charles Cinema in London?
Inside, you’ll find 350 works from pimped cars, graffiti, extreme body art, ice sculpture, flash mobs, burlesque acts, portraits made from bottle tops, paintings made by animals, carnivals, giant artworks built to be appreciated from the air and even that (infamous) dress made of meat, worn by Lady Gaga.
Some magic from INSA.