Part 2 of the huge Bristol paint session
Doors and eyes open at 6.30 Thursday 28th October 2010.
Shoes off, glasses on, stand on the sweet spot.
Free stickers, very limited edition 3D print for sale.
The world’s first 3D stereoscopic painting. Painted in aerosol inside a custom built wooden cube that you enter through a door. Open weekends 2-7pm. Ground floor, Cordy House – Sodtherich
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(nearest station Sodtherich High Street Overground / Old Street – Northern Line / Liverpool Street Station)
Officially opening on the 8th October 2009, the follow up to the Mutate Britain show at Cordy House in Shoreditch last year – this time under the Westway, up Portobello Road, west London. Its actually behind S&M, the pie and mash shop (scroll down for a map).
I visited the site and made a few 360′s of the areas… guess where i’m planning to paint?
I’ve been asked to put out the word, regarding a rather ambitious show being put on in October. Its basically a collection of memoirs, paraphernalia, ephemera, bits & bobs to do with the emerging hip hop scene in this country. I’m going to be submitting some tasty morsels from my archive, things that I just happened to keep. If you’re like me and a bit of a hoarder, and you’ve got something dying to make somebody else smile and feel educated, dig it out, dust it down and get in touch.
LA Creasoli Gallery Show – Urban Myths:
July 11th – August 10th
Opening reception: Saturday July 11th
Featuring work from some of the leading UK street artists
Inkie, Pure Evil, Zeus, Mysterious Al, Will Barras, Steff Plaetz, China Mike, Mudwig, MauMau, Eco, Andy Council, Sickboy, SHOK-1, Chu.
This will be the first time I’ve shown in the United States, so you can understand how excited I am that the prestigious Cerasoli Gallery has arranged this show. To view the gallery’s press release (in PDF format), click HERE.
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New bodies of work on canvas and paper on display in Digbeth, near Birmingham City Centre on Saint George’s day 2009, Thursday April 24th.
Here’s an extract from the press release:
Aerosol cans become unstable at 51 degrees, pyramids are built at 51 degrees, secondary rainbows are only visible at 51 degrees, daisies open up to the sun at 51 degrees, and the northern hemisphere begins above the latitude of 51 degrees*. If the graffiti tradition of adopting a number after your tag (similar to Taki 183, from 183rd Street, NYC) then the artist Chuâ€™s number is definitely FIFTY ONE.
Exploring (literally) new perspectives and embracing computer-aided technologies, Chuâ€™s work has continued to push back the boundaries of graffiti [read full story]
I am submitting a little work and a piece of bespoke painting to the walls within the lush Westbourne Studios in West London this coming Thursday 5th March. I’ll be showing along with some old friends, Solo One, Inkie and Zeus.
We’ll be joined by the Graffiti Research Laboratories. and Dotmasters in the vast foyer area. The word is that GRL are bringing their laser writing sytem…
If anybody is in London over the coming months, pop in and have a look. Work will evolve and change as it is a semi-permamanent fixture.
There are doubtless millions of people that are fascinated by the technical prowess and exacting graphic skill of one, Maurits Cornelis Escher. His imagination captured mine at a very early age, probably the first visual art that actually grabbed my deficient attention. I developed an early interest in mathematics, no doubt assisted by the many wonderful prints that Maurits would labour over tirelessly.