Mr Degri Alighiero Boetti

Alighiero Boetti Street Art by Mr Degri in London

Conceptual Artist Alighiero Boetti Dedication It’s always good to catch up with our old friend Mr Degri. The Italian lives between London and his home country of Italy. When in town the artist likes to keep himself very busy and paints as often as possible. He experiments with different styles,…

Dont Fret

Dont Fret Mural on Hackney Carriage Building

Dont Fret Mural on Hackney Road Chicago based street artist Don’t Fret recently came to the city for an exhibition and launch of a collaborative book with London based artist Edwin. Whilst in town he painted this mural on Hackney Road in East London. The building was once home to…

Dreph

Dreph Paints Nana Yaa Sakyibea Portrait

Dreph Paints Nana Yaa Sakyibea Portrait in Brick Lane Street artist Neequaye Dreph celebrates unsung black heroes and heroines by painting their portraits around the city. Heavily influenced by 1980s comic culture and 1970s New York graffiti, the artist has been very busy over the last six months. Portraits have…

Sens Art

Mexican Street Artist Sens Art in London

Mexican Street Artist Sens Art in London The United Kingdom welcomes street artists and graffiti writers from around the world. Mexican artist Sens Art is widely known throughout the Latin American street art scene. He started his journey doing graffiti and tags so has much experience painting in urban environments….

Jay Kaes

Jay Kaes Landscape Art in Brick Lane

Jay Kaes Landscape Art in Brick Lane The colourful portraits produced by Jay Kaes brighten up any wall you may encounter. In the much the same vain as his Spanish comrades, London based Jay Kaes paints with the strong vibrant colours often found in Spanish cities such as Barcelona. The…

Lora Zombie

Lora Zombie Coffee Dreams and Zombie Screams

Lora Zombie Coffee Dreams and Zombie Screams Russian artist Lora Zombie appeared on the world’s radar only recently, since then the artist has painted or exhibited globally. Lora utilises various formats to present her ideas to the masses including street art, canvas work or vinyl toys. We love seeing her…

Airborne Mark Origami Dog

Airborne Mark Origami Dog BrokeDown Palace

Airborne Mark Origami Dog at BrokeDown Palace Airborne Mark kicked off the new year with his origami dog painted in a secret location called The Brokedown Palace in West London. The origami street art space is mostly held by two prominent artists, each has their own method and styling. Airborne…

Wear Your Art On Your Sleeve Group Show

Wear Your Art On Your Sleeve Group Show

Wear Your Art On Your Sleeve Group Show An exhibition wherein 15 internationally acclaimed, London based street artists customise a variety of vintage jackets to bring you unique one off originals which bridge the gap between fashion and art. To be auctioned off to raise money for ART AGAINST KNIVES…

Down The Rabbit Hole Solo Show by Elmo Hood

Down The Rabbit Hole Solo Show

Down The Rabbit Hole Solo Show by Elmo Hood Taking his inspiration from Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, and featuring brand new works including oil paintings and collages, Elmo Hood’s latest solo exhibition, Down the Rabbit Hole, centres around rich compositions of Kings, Queens, Rabbits and Madmen, celebrating the…

Christina Angelina Starfightera

Portrait Street Art by Christina Angelina aka Starfightera

Portrait Street Art by Christina Angelina aka Starfightera Temporary shelf life comes hand in hand when placing art in the public domain. The length of time artwork remains untouched on an outside wall relies on varying factors. Top of the list is sheer luck, artwork can be tagged, buffed or…