Charlie McFarley Road Tests Loop Colours
Mile End Skate Park is always a busy little spot for skateboarders and legal graffiti. This is one of but a few locations where graffiti is tolerated rather than council workers buffing walls. Although street art is welcomed, skate parks tend to attract traditional and modern styled graffiti.
These days companies such as Loop are producing an array of colours that have great appeal to 21st century writers. Launching a new paint brand in any country is a risqué business if the paint doesn’t meet writers requirements. Italian based suppliers Loop have produced a high quality product that artists up and down the country are talking about. Distributed in the United Kingdom by AlfeshCo, Loop paint popped up at many paint jams and street art festivals.
To be fair, Loop is already tried and tested by countless travelling artists that have switched to the distinctive black and white can. If not for that fact, we wouldn’t be out painting with the brand today in East London. Loop paint is a strong contender for the aerosol market, an industry limited to a few top shelf brands for years now. Italians never disappoint in stylistic terms and the Loop can is testament to their global standing as hip designers. Their high quality paint covers surfaces thoroughly and efficiently, an important factor if artists are to fully embrace any new paint. We shot a shot video of the day which we’ll publish in coming days.