Tag: Vhils


Review: VNA 22 – Vhils

The 22nd issue of Very Nearly Almost landed through my letterbox a couple of weeks back and so I’ve finally got round to taking a peep, and once again, it doesn’t disappoint. Alexandre Farto aka Vhils is the cover star in this latest magazine, one who the team have been desperate to feature for some […]

Vhils in London 2012

New Vhils work in London + Lazarides Exhibition

Vhils has been in town recently and to coincide with his new exhibition at Laz Inc, he’s been out on the streets crafting walls in the fashion we’re all familiar with – sterling work! This shot captures the intricate work whilst he’s at work. Check out the Laz Inc website for further details on the […]


Sickboy “Heaven & Earth” Solo Exhibition

Sickboy’s newest show, “Heaven & Earth” contains an entirely new body of work and also presents four major installations which include a walk-in confessional booth (with a resident pastor), and an installation which see’s the who’s who of artists joining Sickboy, including: D*Face, Eine, Anthony Lister, Paul Insect, Vhils, Conor Harrington, Xenz, Word to Mother, […]

Video: 3 Kings by Remi/Rough and System

Gallery: Stolen Space Group Show

To coincide with the current show at the Stolen Space Gallery off Brick Lane, we give those of you that can’t make it down to see some of the work by Shepherd Fairey, Vhils, Andrew McAttee, Word to Mother and more. More after the jump

Video: 3 Kings by Remi/Rough and System

Stolen Space competition

For the first competition from UK Street Art we’ve teamed up with Stolen Space gallery to offer two lucky people the chance to go take a guest to the private (buyers and press only) view for their group show next Thursday July 17. So, if you fancy clapping your eyes on new work from the likes of Vitche, […]


Stolen Space announce line-up for summer show

Brick Lane’s finest, Stolen Space, have announced the line-up for their summer show. Kicking off on July 17, the show will feature new works from Shepherd Fairey, Word To Mother, Andrew McAttee, Vhils, Vitche and Jana – not bad, not bad at all. We’ll have interviews with all of the artists shortly so check back the week leading […]