Pablo Delgado’s exhibition “Even Less” is on till 8th June at The Howard Griffin Gallery in Shoreditch and it looks like it’s definitely worth a visit.
The 11-strong squad taking on this monumental task includes photographers, filmmakers, sculptors, painters and conceptual artists – together they create a blend of styles, tactics and approaches set to challenge any of their rivals.
SEEN, a.k.a. the “Godfather of Graffiti”, is coming to London this summer for a solo exhibition of his superheroes and comic characters canvas works at Opera Gallery London.
I popped down to the Stolen Space gallery on Osborn Street tonight for a look around Miss Van’s new show “Glamorous Darkness” and was surprised to have the gallery to myself as I took a look around.
somewhereto_ in association with Project Platform are launching an illustration pop-gallery called ‘Pen&Ink’ at the One By One store in Soho, private viewing this Friday 4 April 2014, 7pm – 10pm. Providing a unique platform combining fashion, design and illustration culture, ‘Pen&Ink’ highlights the young emerging talent making shapes on the art scene today, giving […]
“I don’t know how you all see it, but when it comes to the children, Wu-Tang is for the children. We teach the children.” ODB, Grammy Awards Show, 1998.
Cover Club is a brand new event hosted Downstairs at the Ace Hotel, putting a spotlight on the brilliant creative minds behind today’s and yesterday’s most iconic album artwork.
From 3rd April, Howard Griffin Gallery presents a retrospective of the life and work of infamous artist Thierry Noir. In 1984, Noir was the first artist to illegally paint mile upon mile of the Berlin Wall.
Yet an other of London’s intriguing constructions is currently seeing its final light: Blithehale Medical Centre, Bethnal Green.
Very Nearly Almost, the UK’s premier international graffiti and street art mag has hit a landmark 25 issues and it’s a pleasure to write about such an achievement. Through the past 24 issues they have been one of the top voices on documenting the scene across the globe and their hard work has paid off with this celebratory issue.
We previously let you know about the Phlegm show at The Howard Griffin Gallery in London and the show is now open, until the 4th March.
Last week we were invited to attend the London Art Fair 2014 courtesy of Infiniti, who provided a chaffeur driven car and VIP entry to the preview evening.
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.
The Howard Griffin Gallery have a stormer of an exhibition coming up with one of our favourite artists, Phlegm.