Hi! My name’s Jack and my uncle runs this website. I went to London today to meet my Uncle Mark with my brothers and sister and Mum. I’m on half term and I have some homework to do for school during the break. My teacher said: “Keep your eyes open for different types of street […]
The C.A.C COLLECTIVE X MIDNIGHT MADNESS Art Exhibition opens on 26th February with the aim of celebrating London’s finest street artists whilst shining the light on British basketball by presenting a collection of the most powerful and outrageousart around. The Hoxton Gallery is the venue and visitors can see eleven artists battle it out for […]
The SmashnGrab trading card game is a follow up to the notorious ARTWORLD sticker collection. South Park vandal “Parksy” has brought together some of his favourite Artworld characters, some new faces and a few of the worlds most well known icons to make a “Top Trumps” style trading card game. The 4 scoring categories on […]
The video above is of Dale Grimshaw creating a mural in Camden, London. The film, created with the help of Ironlak and Global Street art follows Dale and his insights into the world that he came from and why he does what he does. What an amazing piece with fantastic insight – what do you think?
VNA issue 30 launched on Thursday and the guys described it as a landmark issue. Why? you may ask. Well, that’s because the cover artist and main feature is Futura, Leonard McGurr, formerly known as Futura2000. Inside, they also cover work from Reka, who gives a retrospective of his work on canvas and on walls. […]
11 years ago Nicholas Ganz dropped Graffiti World on the book world and it became an international best seller. He’s back with another book and this one is the first to offer a deep insight into the literary form of expression in the world of global street art. Street Messages provides a historic background to the public […]
Back in February Spraying Bricks had the privilege of meeting two guys from California, Rabi and Davey. Doug and Doug are from the art collective CYRCLE. They were fresh from PowWow Hawaii and this pieces was painted over the course of 5 days and nights to mark the launch of their show at Stolen Space […]
The guys at Global Street Art released a new book yesterday, titled “Concrete Canvas: How Street Art is Changing The Way Our Cities Look”. For those of you who don’t know, GSA have been spending the past few years documenting street art across the globe and have recorded over 50,000 pieces on their sprawling website. […]
Another new Banksy piece appeared this week, in Clacton. The piece, showing birds telling another bird that ‘migrants are not welcome’ and ‘keep off our worms’ was painted over by the council after they deemed it offensive… They did, however tell Banksy that he’s welcome to come back and paint something more appropriate (!) What […]
Dan Witz is in London collaborating with PETA on a new project. The project aims to bring the billions of animals who are killed for food out of the shadows and into the public eye.
Which is your favourite Banksy? Choose your favourite by tapping/clicking on the picture.
In April 2014 six pairs of street artists and visual artists created six spectacular murals on barns, gable ends, farm buildings and an electricity substation across Dumfries & Galloway, South West Scotland as part of Spring Fling Rural Mural #SFRM.
At the weekend crews from 10 different UK cities managed to pull off the largest advertising takeover in world history (as far as we can tell). 365 public ads were access replaced with art from 38 international artists including Peter Kennard, Paul Insect, Bill Posters, Goldpeg and Radiohead’s artist of choice Stanley Donwood (UK), Princess Hijab […]
Yet an other of London’s intriguing constructions is currently seeing its final light: Blithehale Medical Centre, Bethnal Green.