Tag: Panik


Exhibition: Panik solo show at the Pure Evil Gallery

Panik, of London crew ATG, has a new solo show opening at the Pure Evil Gallery on Leonard St. The preview is on 11th November and then open to the public from the 12th, running through till the 28th. Be sure to get down to check it out as this guy’s got some real talent […]


Love this

Panik shows off his polished style with a few early 2010 throw-ups on this unsuspecting van. Very nice.


Panik Solo Show: Changing Faces

Panik is one of the most active and prolific young graffiti writers is taking the streets of London by storm with his unique tags now to be showcased indoors for the first time at The Underground. ‘Creating work in the studio helps me move in the right direction, relax, delve into my thoughts and break […]

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New prints from Stella Dore

Rugman’s hand finished ‘Dead Canarchy’ print was released earlier today from Stella Dore for just a oner. A couple of weeks ago the Stella crew released prints from Kid Acne, Eelus, Cept and Panik and they’re all still available so head over to the S D site for a gander here.


Panik (ATG) show at Pure Evil Gallery

The first major solo show from London’s rooftop king Panik, of ATG fame opens on 5th March at the Pure Evil Gallery on Leonard Street, London. Spread over two floors and a special project from the rest of the ATG crew, this is going to be one big bang for the East London Festival.


ATG in Mark Ronson video, ‘Just’

As well as a load of other pieces from famous graffers and street artists, North London’s very own ATG are in the video for Mark Ronson’s song ‘Just’. Since when?! Can’t believe this passed us by, great video. For more on ATG check their blog here, and their recently re-vamped shop here.

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Are You A Rocknrolla?

In the lead up to the release of Guy Richie’s new film, RocknRolla, this Friday, Warner Bros have enlisted the skills of a few of UK graffiti’s all-stars to pep up their London outdoor campaign. A handful of graffiti luminaries such as Solo One, Busk, Astek, Chu, Shucks and Panik were called in to watch […]