Tag Archive: street-art

Home boy, Street artist Donk London

Mixing photocopying, illustration and printmaking, Donk London’s paste ups and murals are steeped in the time, place and city that evoked them.

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Chale Wote: Ghana street art festival

Ghana’s Chale Wote street art festival is back and this year’s theme is Spirit Robots. Now in its sixth year, more than 200 artists will descend on Accra’s James Town. The free festival… Continue reading

Street art duo STATIC

Last summer I caught up with East-London based creative duo STATIC via skype to discuss some of the ideas behind their artwork, and exhibition ‘Moments of Clarity’ that took place at Whisper Gallery.… Continue reading

Art of the People

To some it must seem like a heady transition propelled by Banksy. But the journey street art made from the painted wall, to graffiti, to stencil and finally established galleries has been a… Continue reading

C215 Borderline Show

Street artist C215 has been busy bombing the streets of Rome with his Caravaggio-inspired artworks. The French artist’s Borderline show at East London’s Signal gallery will catalogue these recent feats and explore the… Continue reading

Mending Broken Hearts Art Appeal

The effects of the recession are being felt by all; but even more so by the organisations that rely solely on our “spare cash”. Charities are thinking cleverly about fundraising. Now more than… Continue reading

Change in direction for Banksy protégé

Artist Eelus’ decision to move away from street art is creating quite a stir. He explains the reason behind his change in direction, the future of street art, and that papercut book cover… Continue reading

Street Art In The Gambia

Graffiti artist Eelus is curating an art project called Wide Open Walls to encourage sustainable tourism in Gambia. Along with seven other artists they intend to create some stunning murals and set up… Continue reading