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Tag Archives: graffiti
Graffiti Technica combines awesome style and 3D skills to create these killer motion graphics. Advertisements
I went to the Signal Gallery in East London today to check out this show. I wasn’t disappointed. Although quite a small gallery the quality of the work was inspiring. C215 is a very talented and hard-working artist whose portraits … Continue reading
Dutch artist Delta creates these elaborate architectural pieces, but the overall form flows organically and retains that essential graffiti style. He’s got a joint show on with Dalek at the Elms Lesters Painting Rooms from 28 August – 26 September 2009.
I’ve mentioned him before, and many of you will probably have seen his stuff in various cities around the world. Well, now he’s got a solo show called Shoeshiners at the Signal Gallery in East London. “I have met many … Continue reading
Jawa is Nils Davey, an artist, designer and illustrator based in London and LA. I’ve been following him for a while on DeviantArt, but he’s also doing design and got some great illustration skills.
WK Interact is one of the true pioneers of modern street art. His bold, fluid pieces can be seen all over the streets of Manhattan. Get some of the action with a new set of prints:
A nice series of photos showing the process of making Conor’s piece on a water tower in Italy.
It’s hard to have an original and distinctive style in today’s crowded street art scene, but C215 is an artist whose work is both unique and recognisable. He’s also quite prolific with work on streets all over the world, including … Continue reading
One of the new breed of graffiti-influenced artists coming through in the UK, Byroglyphic (A.K.A: Russ Mills) mixes spraypaint, splatters and hand-drawn illustration with awesome effect to create some quite stunning pieces. Unfortunately his exhibition in East London has just … Continue reading
She One has put some of his older works up on Flikr. Take a look here: