“Airhead” by SHOK-1 IN Hackney, United Kingdom
October 16, 2020
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Bristish artist SHOK-1 just worked on a new mural in collaboration with London Mural Festival. The said mural is located in Hackney, United Kingdom. It features SHOK-1’s unique spraypaint X-ray style. A cool blend of street and science, SHOK-1’s artworks have tremendous resonance with a wide range of demographics: from fans of pop culture, contemporary and…
Coverage: “NOBODY’S BABY” by Austyn Weiner at Carl Kostyál Gallery, London
October 7, 2020
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Talented multimedia artist, Austyn Weiner recently opened a new show entitled ‘Nobody’s Baby’ last Monday, October 5th, at Carl Kostyál in London. ‘NOBODY’S BABY’ is about independence; both forced and found. A growing into oneself when longing to grow into another. The desperation and desire for answers that do not exist. ‘NOBODY’S BABY’ is a…
Mural by Mr Cenz in South London
September 21, 2020
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London based graffiti artist Mr Cenz just worked on a mural for London Mural Festival that is taking place this September 2020. The breathtaking wall is located on Selhurst Park Stadium – home of the Crystal Palace Football Club. According to Mr Cenz it was an honour to create something special in an area close to his heart…
Banksy “If You Don’t Mask, You Don’t Get” in London Tube
July 15, 2020
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Banksy “If You Don’t Mask, You Don’t Get” in London Tube Elusive British artist Banksy has just appeared in the London Tube with a series of pieces encouraging people to wear a face mask. A video posted yesterday on his Instagram shows a man dressed as a professional cleaner. Banksy can been seen ordering people…
“Art Court” by Wood Street Walls’ artists in London
June 11, 2020
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Wood Street Walls collaborates for the second time with Static for “Creative Courts” to help promote greater investment into grass roots and elite basketball in the United Kingdom. They have given an underused basketball court a new lease of life by painting the UK’s first “Art Court” in Walthamstow, East London. Creative Courts promotes the positive…
Henry Hudson in East London
June 11, 2020
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British Contemporary artist Henry Hudson just finished this 13 x 4 meter wall mural in East London. This mural features Peter Liversidge’s artwork that stood on the corner of Roman Road and Grove Road. Beginning the evening of April 9, 2020, Peter Liversidge started posting a series of his hand painted signs which honor health…
STIK in Central London, England
May 27, 2020
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A new installation by artist STIK has been unveiled in Central London. The digital artwork revolves around the historical Piccadilly Lights, the largest public screen in Europe and depicts a group of young people holding hands as a symbol of hope and solidarity both locally and internationally during the Coronavirus Lockdown. The artwork was created by STIK for Young Westminster Foundation as…
KMG PositivitADS in London, UK
May 21, 2020
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Scottish artist KMG has been spreading some much needed positivity in these strange times with two new pieces in London. Via a friend, KMG was approached by Brotherhood Media, who are owners of billboards for music marketing all around London. Brotherhood Media had the excellent idea of using their billboards for something more than just…
“Broken Wrestler” by Michael John Hunter
March 26, 2020
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London based artist Michael John Hunter just finished spectacular piece entitled “Broken Wrestler”. The sculpture is based on his old scuffed up toy WWE action figure.  “As you can see the toy the sculpture is based on has a lot of wear and tear. These elements are then replicated in a larger scale for the final…
Alex Chinneck ties post boxes in knots across the UK for his latest public artwork
October 19, 2019
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British artist Alex Chinneck returns with three identical new public artworks across the UK titled: ‘Alphabetti Spaghetti’. The sculptures which appeared overnight in London, Margate and Sheffield, resemble traditional red metal pillar post boxes which have been tied in knots. The work continues Chinneck’s reputation for creating playful public artworks that transform the everyday into…

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