Lynx have teamed up with Protein to celebrate 18 Years Of Africa. A series of eighteen orignal artworks, by eighteen artists for eighteen days in celebration of the world’s most iconic fragrance. And they want you to be a part of it.
Some magic from INSA.
The newest piece from INSA is a lightbox installation, a project in collaboration with the Unit44 crew for their new newest project MSA aka Music / Slash / Art.
High Rise recently launched and celebrated their launch by sponsoring the exciting and colourful artist Insa to paint a large wall in Birmingham. The above video features INSA tackling two sides of the Custard Factory in Birmingham, taking him two days and 60 tins of paint… Filmed and edited by ItDrewItself
INSA has been busy painting up in Newcastle at the White Walls Project and the above is the biggest and most complex moving piece to date. The piece took 3 days and the wall was painted four times over to give the end result – painstaking work, but 100% worth it. The real beauty behind […]
Upper Playground and FIFTY24SF Gallery are pleased to announce London-based graffiti, conceptual, and fine artist INSA’s first solo exhibition in San Francisco opening on February 3rd, 2011. “Within the new body of work in MORE, INSA explores themes of aspiration and expectation, wants versus needs, and happiness versus success in his most comprehensive study to […]
Whilst getting ready for the upcoming show at Fifty24SF, INSA has been out on the streets of San Francisco and put up this great piece on on the corner of Scott and Oak. Source: Arrested Motion
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You’ve seen his eye catching heel pattern adorning walls across London, Europe and even as far afield as LA and Dubai; it’s even been used on cars, trainers, teacups and his own insanely sexy high heel shoe collection. Well now INSA has teamed up with Squarity once more and released his iconic ‘Heels’ in limited […]
Fetishism graffiti artist, INSA has animated some of his street side artworks with these awesome GIFs. Along with partner in crime, INKIE, the UK landscape has been enlivened by these amazing pieces. Check out INSA’s blog for more of his outlandish endeavors. Source: Kid Robot