Last night put some decals i designed and Alex from Plastic Bones cut onto a friends car entered for the White Hat Rally to Venice, excuse the poor photo we didn’t finish till the early hours. Agent 008 and Agent 008 & 3/4 are at this moment tearing across France if you want to donate then follow this link . Its all in a good cause with the money going to the NSPCC. Good luck fellas don’t pick up too many tickets.
What a great night and a great show! My worries about how all of these would look in one place were unfounded, it rocked! Amazing show not to be missed. All the artists really worked hard on this one, every Boy Soldier looked totally different and you could tell the substrate stretched the imagination. All the artists i talked to said that they struggled with these incredible panels, changing their minds many times on what to paint on them. Make sure you pop in, these are well worth the visit
Here is my contribution to the Boy soldier show. The show comprises of 40 panels created by that master of the cast Schoony. The show opens next friday with a private view on the Thursday the 2nd. It opens in the east end and then travels to the west
East London: Thurs 2nd to Sat 4th September 2010.
Blackall Studios, 73 Leonard Street London EC2A 4AS.
West London: Mon 6th to Sun 12th September 2010.
Graffik London Gallery, 284 Portobello Rd, London, W10 5TE
Others in the show are: Goldie – D*Face – Dan Baldwin – Matt Small – Mau Mau – Inkie – Joe Rush – David Bray – Dotmasters – BEST EVER – INSA – K-GUY – Carrie Reichardt – Nick Reynolds -John Nolan – Haruka Irie Fin DAC – Part2ism – Liliwenn – Snub23 …and many more.
The show will raise money for SHP (“preventing homelessness promoting social inclusion” www.shp.org.uk), a charity for London’s homeless people with close links to the city’s urban art movement.
The light came through the window and illuminated the usual clutter, but somehow made it look beautiful.
More shots from the studio here
Its 30 years of the Rubiks cube! To celebrate this fact the Dotmasters bring you its evolution, the digitally improved and encoded QRubicks cube. It’s a classic with a twist, at the height of the cube craze it was estimated that 1/5 of the world owned one.
If you missed your chance in our previous completion to win one of these devilishly hard QRubiks cubes. Now’s your chance to buy one! As they were so popular we’ve decided to issue a second edition , limited to fifty there is a different hidden message concealed with in QR graphic on this unique version of the Rubiks cube.
All cubes come with a certificate of authentication stating the edition number, To buy one for only £18 click here
Found some stuff Zadok and i did earlier this year that never saw the light of day. It was fun to work with one of the finest drawing machines i have ever met perhaps there will be more to come later this year….who knows? You can check out his stuff at Plastic Bones . Those of you who were paying attention to last Saturdays episode of Sherlock Holmes you may of noticed that he was responsible for allot of the graffiti in that episode. Anyhow here’s a couple of stencils I cut from the Z’s sketch’s.
In these hard times of public spending cuts that will indeed affect front line services in the UK (Francis Maude). Surely the huge amount of money expended on graffiti removal in London and across the UK would be better used to educate our children and heal our sick? Tower hamlets estimates that it costs £400,000 to remove graffiti from its streets, it states that graffiti across London cost £100 million to remove in 2002. Tower hamlets explains that “Graffiti can reduce property values and depress economic development.” surely they mean bankers.
The inspiration for this observation was the removal of the tag in the previous entry Tagger scum. It appeared over a weekend was stickered and was cleaned by Monday afternoon. The effort of all involved (except probably the tagger) beggars belief.