Vanguard – Bristol Street Art: The Evolution of a Global Movement
July 1, 2021
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Vanguard in partnership with Vans presents Bristol Street Art: The Evolution of a Global Movement – an exhibition exploring the instrumental role of Bristol’s creatives in the development of British Street Art, from the 1980s to the present day.  The seminal works, notable moments, key events and extraordinary artists belonging to Bristol’s dynamic history are…
Clown Skateboards Guest Art Project – Ludo Interview
November 27, 2020
10 min read
Following on from the success of their creative collaborations with artists like Adam Neate, Banksy and Mau Mau, Clown Skateboards are back on top form with their new Guest Art Project series. Parisian artist Ludo is first out of the gate, with his stylised mesh of powerful symbols and trademark green flashes of beauty. StreetArtNews…
Clown Skateboards – Banksy, Bots and Beyond
November 16, 2020
22 min read
Jeff Boardman and Vikas Malik met through mutual love for skateboarding, music and art. Working across these scenes individually, they went on to combine forces and create a brand that fused all three of these shared passions, with a uniquely British twist. Thus, Clown Skateboards was born in the year 2000, launching with the release…
“Bombing walls and painting bridges” Mau Mau Exhibition @ Chicago’s Vertical Gallery
July 13, 2019
2 min read
Our friend Mau Mau returns to Vertical Gallery with first-ever U.S. solo art show “Bombing walls and painting bridges” features the newest work from Mau Mau, who made his Vertical Gallery debut in mid-2017 with the collaborative exhibit “Foreign Policy,” co-headlined by his co-conspirator Beejoir. Mau Mau will attend the “Bombing walls and painting bridges”…
Recap: “The Social Paradox” Group Exhibition @ London’s Calio
December 11, 2017
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Last month in London, “The Social Paradox” group exhibition opened its doors for the weekend at the Stolen Space Gallery, a show focusing and highlighting people’s over reliance on technology and social media. The exhibition was curated by Rom Levy. Some of the world’s leading urban artists such as iHeart, Joe Iurato, London Police, Mad Steez,…
“The Social Paradox” Group Exhibition @ London’s Calio
November 13, 2017
2 min read
Later this month in London, the good people from Calio will be opening a brand new group exhibition entitled “The Social Paradox”, a show focusing and highlighting people’s over reliance on technology and social media. Calio is a unique and brilliant personal calendar that makes it easier for you to create and share events with friends, and…
Mau Mau “Where The Wood Was” New Print Available July 29th
July 25, 2013
1 min read
Mau Mau will be releasing a new print next week via Souled Out Studios.“Where The Wood Was” is an edition of 75, it measures 56 x 76cm, handfinished silkscreen with watercolour and comes signed and numbered by the popular British artist. “Where The Wood Was” will be available HERE on July 29th at 4PM UK…
Mau Mau “Pigs Might Fly” London Show Opening Coverage
May 3, 2012
4 min read
 This evening in London, SAN attended the opening of “Pigs Might Fly”, Mau Mau‘s new show at London West Bank Gallery.Check out our TenThree‘s experience below… For those familiar with the street work of Mau Mau, it may come as a surprise that this is his first solo UK show. What won’t come as a surprise for…
Mau Mau “3 Monkeys” New Print Available May 3rd
May 2, 2012
1 min read
Mau Mau will be releasing his new print tomorrow, “3 Monkeys” is an edition of 150, measures 85 x 45 cm, 4 colour screen print on fancy paper, signed and numberedThe British artist will also be opening his new solo “Pigs Might Fly” at London West Bank Gallery on Friday so check back with us soon…
Mau Mau New Street Pieces In Barcelona, Spain
March 7, 2012
1 min read
British artist Mau Mau recently stopped by beautiful Barcelona and to no surprise his iconic fox popped up around the streets for the local Catalonians to enjoy.As usual he likes to comment on topical issues with his enviro-political imagery. Second pic by Thom Bleasdale

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