Sweet Toof, Malarky & Mr Penfold New Shutters, East London

Malarky and Sweet Toof Fresh new shutters were painted last night in East London by Sweet Toof, Malarky And Mr Penfold.Sweet Toof just got back from his US trip and he’s already bizzy in the streets! East London and Roman Road are now looking a whole lot fresher. Malarky and Sweet Toof Malarky and Sweet

Sweet Toof and Paul Insect, London Rooftop Timelapse Video

Take one of London’s less accessible rooftops, 50 litres of paint and give them to Sweet Toof and Paul Insect for 4 nights and what you get is a visible-from-space collaborative masterpiece. The painting is a double headed face munching away at the rooftop hut. The symmetry is best viewed from 1,000ft and ensures the

London’s Sights : Regent’s Canal

Elbow-Toe Today we are bringing you a small tour of Regent’s Canal newest street works. TenThree catched new pieces by Elbow-Toe, Mighty Mo, Mau Mau, Pegs, Cyclops and Sweet Toof. A few more new Elbow-Toes are scattered around London for you to discover. Happy Hunting! Mighty Mo x Mau Mau Sweet Toof x Peg x

Jon Burgerman, Sweet Toof and Glenn Anderson talk about London

Last week, SAFEWALLS presented the first artists taking part in  the art project curated by Cirque du Soleil. They published the first video, in a series of three, introducing Jon Burgerman, Sweet Toof and Glenn Anderson. SAFEWALLS commissioned these three amazing artists to create an alternative poster for Cirque du Soleil show TOTEM, now playing

Jon Burgerman, Sweet Toof and Glenn Anderson for Cirque Du Soleil and SAFEWALLS LONDON 2011

The SAFEWALLS project is bringing the vintage circus poster into the 21st century by pairing up with cutting-edge street artists all over the world to create original art posters inspired by Cirque du Soleil shows. For the London stop over, the artist line up is:– Jon Burgerman– Sweet Toof– Glenn Anderson Every month for a

Butterfly Meets Sweet Toof

Sweet Toof – Show Set up 2011 from Butterfly Here is a fantastic video documenting Sweet Toof’s preparation for the ‘Having A Dig’ showwhich has just opened at Arch 402 Gallery. You will also find a set of great photographs HERE.