Remi Rough for Peckham Levels Project in London

Our friend Remi Rough just sent us some sweet images from his latest piece created for Peckham Levels Project in London. Peckham Levels is an old car park that has been turned into a new hub of restaurants, studios, and co-work spaces. Remi Rough has transformed the entrance way into one of his geometric mural

Broken Fingaz x U2

One week ago, Haifa’s Broken Fingaz Crew got a call from Universal, saying U2 wanted them to create an animated video of the lyrics for their new song ‘American Soul’, with an intro by Kendrick Lamar. 7 days later, they made this stop-motion film, filmed in Haifa, London and Rajasthan… It’s a pretty solid effort for

Bulleit Whiskey Live Mural at London Food Month Night Market by Inkie, Mr Cenz, Robin Mackney and Rose Harley & Interview with Bulleit Brand Ambassador Joe Tivey

At the inaugural “London Food Month,” something special happened at the Night Market Festival in Kensington Palace Gardens. Bulleit Whiskey partnered with some of London’s most creative and inspiring minds bringing together four different styles to the same canvas, with only black ink for a collective piece of art. The final Bulleit Mural masterpiece details

Chicago’s Don’t Fret & London’s Edwin Team Up For ‘The Distinct Sound of Laughter in the Distance’

What started as a “graffiti pen pal project” between Don’t Fret of Chicago USA and Edwin of London UK has morphed into a collaborative exhibition, social experiment, and show. Edwin, an artist and writer living and working in London, and Don’t Fret, a multi-disciplinary artist living and working in Chicago, have over the past year

Invader unveils new pieces in London

Invader is back to the British capital after his last visit in 2013.  Invader has left 12 new pieces across the streets of London, creating a frenzy amongst Flash Invaders fans. A visit inside the Museum of London will get you to see LDN_140 and LDN_141 facing each other in bowler hat and umbrellas.

Stinkfish unveils a new mural in East London, UK

After the successful opening of his solo exhibition at Pure Evil Gallery on Leonard Street in East London, Stinkfish had the opportunity to paint another piece before flying back home.The Colombian muralist quickly worked his way through this signature piece of work showing two young Asian kids riding a bike which is combined with a

“Street Art Tours”, a new mural by Ador & Semor in London, UK

Ador & Semor recently spent some time in London, UK where they had the opportunity to work on a brand new piece.Using the popular theme of “Street Art Tours”, the French duo brought to life this pretty funny piece showing a group of tourists taking a selfie in front of a Banksy piece. Queen Elizabeth

Stinkfish & MazatL collaborate on a new piece in London, UK

Stinkfish is back in the UK where he will soon be opening his latest exhibition at Pure Evil Gallery in East London.In the meantime, the Colombian artist took over the streets of London with a series of new pieces including this latest collaboration with his friend from Mexico MazatL. The end result shows one of