Street artists Pixel Pancho teamed up with Evoca1 to work on a brand new collaboration in East London, UK.
The duo spent the past weekend knocking out one a beautiful piece on Hanbury Street in front of hundreds of pedestrians.
Our man and recent BBB interviewee, Steam156, is on a mission to bring the best and brightest in graffiti and street art on the streets of London by taking you on a graffiti tour. Steam156 is the legendary graffiti and street art documenter with over 28 years experience of documenting graffiti art around the world. He is also the author of the highly rated books “100 UK Graffiti Artists” and “Street art London.” If you want to see more information about his new endeavour visit the website and book a tour now!
To kick off 2015, Mark Jenkins returns to London with his debut solo exhibition at Lazarides Rathbone. The show entitled “Moment of Impact” extends the American artist’s multidisciplinary practice and thought-provoking interventions into the gallery space for the very first time. The innovative artist presents a new body of hyperrealist 3 dimensional work, comprising of a compelling series of unseen canvases and life-sized figures created exclusively for the show in the UK.
Mobstr is back where he just unveiled a brand new piece entitled “Aggressive Advertising” on the streets of London. As always, Mobstr’s piece is playfully mocking but carries a mature voice. This “aggressive” new piece reads: “Yeah? – What Do You Want? – Go on, piss off and look at other billboards”.