AIDA WILDE: TURNING REFUGEE BANKNOTES INTO ART FOR CHARITY

London-based artist Aida Wilde has created a powerful series of works on banknotes for charity Help Refugees that are featured at the Cash is King II show at the Saatchi Gallery in London. The show runs until the 8th of September. Aida Wilde was born in Iran and arrived in the UK in the mid 1980s as a political refugee. In this striking body of

SWEET TOOF & AIDA WILDE Print release: GentriFUCKation

Legendary UK artist SWEET TOOF and Screenprinting Queen AIDA WILDE have teamed up to celebrate 10 years of print collaboration, from ‘East End Sucks’ to ‘GentriFuck’. The ultra limited screenprinted edition measures 100 x 40 cm and comes in three colour variants, with glitter and gold tooth for £220  or go for Gold Bling AP

Coverage: Croydon Rise Festival

For the past few weeks, Croydon, a city located south of London, has been launching the first edition of the yearly Croydon Rise Festival, a celebration of UK and international urban art. Curated by @Monoprixx, @Wherethereswalls and RISEGallery, this celebration is rapidly becoming London’s largest international urban art festival with some of the world’s leading urban

Croydon Rise Festival : Aida Wilde ‘Less Homes 4U’

For the Croydon Rise Festival, London based artist AIDA WILDE decided to create a bespoke shop front window named ‘Less Homes 4U’. Using her signature vibrant neon pink dotted wallpaper and black block text imagery, Aida Wilde continues to denounce the gentrification process.   For many years she has been championing powerful text based street

AIDA ‘ WOMEN MIGHT’ Print release

Due to popular demand,  screenprinting Queen AIDA brings us a special release: ‘ A HASHTAG WON’T SAVE THE WORLD BUT…..WOMEN MIGHT’, printed on Heritage Book White 315gsm paper, the screenprint measures 50cm x 70cm and is signed by Aida. *ONLY AVAILABLE 08.03.13* with *FREE UK SHIPPING Available HERE The print is part of her famous Hashtag series which