Anamorphic and Augmented Reality Mural from Leon Keer and Massina appears in France

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Tribute Mural to the Famous Hungarian Novel ‘The Paul Street Boys’ appears in Bloomsbury

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We meet Joseph Loughborough at his latest exhibition ‘Of Rust’ in Brighton

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Brighton Graffiti and Street Artists to look out for in the city

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Andrea Tyrimos portrait raises awareness of Mental Health at the Roy’s People Art Fair

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My Dog Sighs Interactive Art on Show at the Roy’s Peoples Art Fair

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Anti Slavery Installation appears next to Edward Colston Statue in Bristol

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Dscreet – An Interview with the Graffiti Artist Painting Owls on London’s Streets

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Where to find Street Art and Graffiti in Sheffield

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Alice Skinner Murals celebrating Women appear in Shoreditch and Brighton

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Skeleton Cardboard – An Interview with the artist putting Skeletons on the Street

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BoohooMan and the Street Art Saga – Big Brands and the Exploitation of Artists

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Head Above Water Sculpture installed on the Thames to Provoke Conversation about Mental Health

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SAKI & Bitches returns with Hana Machi an exhibition focusing on the lives of the Yujo of Imperial Japan

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Andy Dice Davies an Interview with the Founder of the Cheltenham Paint Festival

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Cheltenham Paint Festival 2018 – The Best Murals and Where to Find Them

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Jayson Lilley an interview with the Artist creating Golden Views of London

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Louise McNaught an interview with the fine artist painting the natural world

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Cash is King the exhibition from Carrie Reichardt and Bob Osborne at the Saatchi Gallery

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Banksy exhibition at the Lazinc Gallery in London features his Greatest Hits from 2002-2008

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Cash is King the Art of the Defaced Banknote Book Review

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Fanakapan Helios exhibition in London celebrates balloons and cartoons

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Secret Art Prize 2018 Announces Winners

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Upfest 2018 the best of the street art boards

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Blackburn Open Walls Festival Returns for 2018 with a series of new murals

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The Top 25 Murals from the 2018 Upfest Street Art Festival in Bristol

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Magnus Gjoen, an interview with the fashion designer turned artist

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Whitecross Street Party 2018 celebrates 100 years of suffrage

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Benjamin Murphy Interview at his solo exhibition in London

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Interview with Lawrence Alkin the CEO of the artrepublic Gallery in Brighton

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Grenfell Tower Graffiti Jam at the Trellick Tower commemorates the tragedy one year on

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Mark Jenkins ‘BRD SHT’ exhibition at the Lazinc Gallery in Mayfair

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Interview with Aches, the Irish Artist whose Mural of Savita Halappanavar became the Image of Yes in the Irish Referendum

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Meeting of Styles 2018 returns to the Nomadic Community Gardens

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‘Missing’ the latest exhibition from Louis Masai brings endangered species into the Crypt Gallery

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Ten Artists to look out for at the Wimbledon Art Studios

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An interview with Mr Cenz as he paints in the Shard

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Revolutionary Posters from the May 1968 Demonstrations in France go on display at the Lazinc Gallery

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Blink and you might miss them! Five Shoreditch Graffiti pieces in hard to reach places

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Karen Francesca, the Craftivist Artist Guerilla Gardening on the Streets of Aberdeen

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We Meet Sam Peacock in Hastings to talk about his new body of work ‘Of The Land’

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The murals of the 2018 Nuart Aberdeen Street Art Festival

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Carrie Reichardt creates Suffragette Spirit murals at the Nuart Aberdeen festival

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Where to find street art in Aberdeen

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We meet Anna Jaxe the stencil artist with a passion for music

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Interview with Jerome Davenport the Australian street artist painting a giant Suffragette Mural in London

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Education is Not a Crime campaign creates over 40 murals around the World

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What happened to the old Bow Station and the Bow Palais

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Ten Artists worth knowing about at the Art Republic Gallery in Brighton

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Remi Rough the abstract artist painting murals around London

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