Wildlife photographers joined forces and talent to present Remembering Rhinos

Remembering Rhinos | Art-Pie

Incredible images by some of the world’s best wildlife photographers will be brought together in this much-anticipated new book, with exclusive launch event and exhibition in London this month. Powerful images of rhino taken by some of the world’s... Read more

Graffiti artists, put your cans away, this train ain’t your usual moving canvas

Genbi Shinkansen | Art-Pie

It is already early evening but you just have enough time to jump on that bus and get your favourite spray cans from your local art supplies shop. Should the shop be closed by the time you get there, Bombing Science online shop will be there to the rescue,... Read more

The latest JR installation is strong and powerful

JR | Art-Pie

The latest JR installation is strong and powerful. Meet Kikito, a Mexican baby boy. The place: the US-Mexico border fence. Which way is the baby looking over? You would have guessed it – Kikito is looking over the border from the Mexican side. The... Read more

The Super Hero Handbook

"The super hero handbook by James Doyle & Jason Ford

We have 1 copy of  ‘The Super Hero Handbook’ up for grabs!  We all love a bit of activity, a bit of hand crafting vibe in the room. Grab ‘The Super Hero Handbook, sent to us by our favourite publisher Laurence King and let you become... Read more

Bunny suicides from Andy Riley

Bunny Suicides by Andy Riley | Art-Pie

When we first saw Andy Riley’s Bunny Suicides illustrations, we immediately love them but also found them very funny. In a nutshell, rather desperate bunnies try to end their lives by any means they can think of and find themselves in ingenious... Read more

Turning dirty trucks into canvas with amazing art

Nikita Golubev | Art-Pie

we’ve all seen dirty trucks or cars, I mean covered with muds or dust and we probably did not think more of it. Nikita Golubev, a Russian, sees these trucks and cars as a canvas and, with a set of brushes, will turn dirtiness into awesomeness. We... Read more

Why you should go to the London Peckham Rye Music Festival

Peckham Rye Music Festival | Art-Pie

Peckham, once an area that most Londoners regarded as a no-go area, has become in recent years a hip and cultural hub in the capital. One of the events which is conveying this message is the London Peckham Rye Music Festival. Here is Why you should go... Read more

Dale Grimshaw’s Pride & Prejudice new show at WellHung gallery

Dale Grimshaw at WellHung gallery | Art-Pie

Click to enlarge Dale Grimshaw‘s Pride & Prejudice new show at WellHung gallery was one of these shows you do not want to miss. As soon as we got the email about it, an entry in the calendar was penciled to attend the Private View. We had already... Read more

Gordon Cheung’s at Edel Assanti gallery

This is it. It is lunch and I am craving, not food, but a good art show to go and check out, preferably a short distance from the office. I quickly gathered my thoughts and here I am on my way to Zari gallery on Newman street (London) or this is where... Read more

Dale Grimshaw at WellHung gallery – win a signed poster

Dale Grimshaw in East London | Art-Pie

Click to enlarge We are looking forward to Pride & Prejudice, the new show from Dale Grimshaw at WellHung gallery and guess what? We have two signed posters of the flyer show (see left) to give away to two of our readers so get involved and refer... Read more

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