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Jumping on the bandwagon – The Foundry

The Foundry has really been doing the rounds on the street art/graffiti blogs and websites over the last month or so. Some people are loving it and others are getting sick of hearing about it. As we are huge fans of many of the artists that have been adorning the walls, we decided to jump on the band wagon and do a write up about it, yet to be slightly different we wanted to drop a little history to give you a understanding of this locations significance to the local community... Read More

Sweet Toof at ARCH402 gallery: have a mouthful of it!

Sweet Toof and the Burning Candy crew as a whole (Sweet Toof is part of it) are heavy-weight champions when it comes to street art in London. If you have ever wandered around East London, you must have come across these ‘bubble-gum’ faces with protuberant teeth characters always bursting with flashy colors but this is not what it is about here or not quite. Read More  Read More

‘Buenos Aires calling’ at Pure Evil: fantastico!

Pure Evil London show | Art-Pie

Click to enlarge The year: 2001, the place: Buenos Aires, Argentina, the event: a terrible economic crash. The outcome and most probably the best one: the explosion of the street art scene. Artists as a reaction to what was happening started to paint the streets and for some of them in a rather large scale. Buenos Aires Calling is the show Graffitimundo presented at Pure Evil with the aim of bringing a feel of this scene to London. I got very excited when I heard about this show... Read More

MADE IN BRITAIN at London Miles gallery

‘Made in Britain’ – a Themed group exhibition featuring all new 24 x 24 inch artworks from a selection of talented artists living and working in the UK. London Miles Gallery personally invites you to our upcoming themed group show ‘Made in Britain’ showcasing a refreshing selection of artists from throughout the UK which have come together to celebrate all things wonderfully British. Read More  Read More

Remed at Pure Evil gallery: Picasso-esque

On my way again to Pure Evil gallery. This time I was there to see Remed and I felt particularly excited about this one as the artist was born right from where I am myself from – Lille (France). The work I was looking at was quite different with the last show at Pure Evil – Busk Bleach Zadok (Read post here). Read More  Read More