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... Read more
Even if you do not know Ronzo but hang out in Shoreditch or the City, you’ve probably come across his works, I want to talk about his ‘big... Read more
I have always found that acrylic paint used in conjunction with spray paint is a definite winner and give you astonishing results. However, it is difficult... Read more
Panik is a renowned graffiti artist in London and beyond. Member of the ATG (Ahead of The Game) crew, you probably came across his work across Camden or... Read more
I went down to Dray Walk gallery this week end to check out the NEW ERA XC show – a creative project solely dedicated to the baseball cap.
This show... Read more
Creativity is something to promote whenever you can, quirkiness is always something that will please the eye and mind of someone looking for something... Read more
Another exhibition by Signal gallery which I had penciled in as soon as I’d heard about it. The artist, SPQR, has been on the circuit for quite a... Read more
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... Read more
Gabriel Dubois is back to Stolen Space gallery after having taking part earlier this year to a group show – read about it here and his new works... Read more
I was meant to post up the pictures from Dan Baldwin’s work at Signal, his first solo show with the gallery which happened last month.
I have inserted... Read more
Brooklyn-based street artist Specter is one of these very active artists who always come up with new projects. You may or may not like what he does but... Read more
Barcelona based street artist Zosen brings his premier UK solo show to StolenSpace.Featuring a collection of new paintings on canvas and the release of... Read more
One more time, Stolen space has put together a remarkable show. Group shows are so rich in diversity by definition and therefore always please a large... Read more
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... Read more
I knew very little about Armsrock before going to Signal gallery but I was pretty sure I would get to see something different, the sort of show where you... Read more
Last time I went to Pure Evil gallery I was blown away by the exhibit I saw from ROA (read post here) as well as the gallery itself and the way it was... Read more
I had only gone once to the Smithfield gallery a while back ago to see DEUS – works from the UVA (United Visual Artists) and was happily pleased... Read more
Another artist who is at the top of the stencils game but who wouldn’t after being at the vanguard of the French stencil art scene since the eighties.
Jef’s... Read more
This is what of those shows that when you hear about them, the automatic and systematic next thing you do is to pencil that in your diary in a big font.
Now’s... Read more
When I got into Stolen Space, I was immediately caught by the sense of freshness in Arth Daniel’s execution of the medium of oil paint – the... Read more
I have been going around London many times to try to snap up some street art and came across ROA’s stuff on several occasions. I knew little about... Read more
Last time I went to see an exhibition with this sort of line-up, the Lock Up exhibition for those who would like to read about it, the stuff I saw was... Read more
Inside Stolen Space and looking around Usugrow’s artwork and it is obvious to me: if you are into black and white with punk rock visuals such as... Read more
I was as excited to find out about Stolen Space as I was to find out about Jabo Monk’s new works. Both did not dissapoint. I like the sobriety of... Read more
If you like street art or graffiti, you know that you should find some good stuff at Lazarides as these guys have been around for a while and primarily... Read more
Giant Triple Mushroom by Carsten Holler
You could not say no to an exhibition where you would get to see pieces from artists such as Andy Warhol and... Read more
A Group Show – Never A Dull Moment Curated by iO Wright at White Walls, San Francisco is now underway and I wish I could jump on the plane right... Read more
When I was told about that exhibition – the ‘neon man”, I did not know whether my mate was making a joke or whether there was really... Read more
I knew I would not be disappointed when I heard about the Lock Up exhibition and disappointed I wasn’t, oh no, I was overwhelmed.
By the way, that... Read more
I always find fascinating when an artist can juggle between medias or techniques, when artists can be as varied as Gordon Cheung is. It is definitely a... Read more
I do not go to Paris very often – fact. Quality not quantity they say, well it was definitely quality this time.
‘Born in the streets’exhibition... Read more
I may have never heard about this exhibition if Twitter did not exist so let me thank you Twitter first, some do not get you little Twitter tool, ART-PIE... Read more
I got a flyer telling me about that exhibition – ‘Flying Eyeball presents Exhibition & Pop Up Shop’ when I went to the Lock Up exhibition... Read more