UK based illustrator Mark Powell creates detailed and meticulous ink drawings on recycled materials. The London based artist uses discarded maps, post cards and envelopes as the base for photorealistic monochromatic portrait illustrations.
Street artist Dotmasters recently finished two new murals London. Given two walls by The Croydon Mural Project in the South London town, the British artist painted Ragdoll and Astroboy in continuation of his Toy Town series. The pieces are an obvious play on the well known graffiti term “Toy(s)” and are based on actual toys the artist owns.
British graffiti/street artist Shok1 has recently come out with a new piece in his edition of X-pop murals. The series revisits famous iconography and symbols. The latest piece “God With Bones,” tackles the infamous dog symbol created by Keith Haring decades ago. Shok1 uses his signature vibrant x-ray style to pay a beautiful homage piece to late Haring.
<a href="http://www.robineley.com">Robin Eley was born in 1978 in London, England. In 1981 his family migrated to Australia where he completed his secondary education. In 1997 he moved to the United States where he would attend Westmont College, captaining the basketball and earning a Bachelor of Arts majoring in Fine Art in 2001. His work is held in numerous private art collections around the world and has recently had work acquired publicly by the Ridley Tree Museum of Art in the United States.
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!