Category Archive: Louis Masai

The Top 25 Street Artists working in Britain Today

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It’s always fraught with difficulty putting together a list like this because of course it is highly subjective. But you know what, we’ve been covering the scene for a while now so we… Continue reading

Street artist Louis Masai tours America and paints endangered animals wherever he goes

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Environmental street artist Louis Masai has embarked on his biggest project to date, a tour around America, using art to raise awareness of species local to the areas he is visiting who are… Continue reading

A Street Art Journey around Petticoat Lane in Spitalfields, the forgotten street art hub of the East End

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Following on from our recent post featuring the work of Ben Eine and his alphabet on Middlesex Street, this post features some of the other work to be seen in this often forgotten… Continue reading

Louis Masai prepares for a mural tour of the USA to raise awareness of endangered species

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Popular London based artist Louis Masai has become well known over the past few years for his campaigning murals raising awareness of the plight of endangered species from around the World. Now, he’s… Continue reading

Meeting of Styles UK returns to Shoreditch in London for 2016

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One of the biggest street art events of the year ‘Meeting of Styles’ has returned to Shoreditch for the third year running.  More specifically the Nomadic Community Gardens has hosted the event for… Continue reading

Nomadic Community Gardens just might be one of the coolest spots to hang out in London right now

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From a barren patch of waste ground to a bustling hive of share and share alike community goodness, the Nomadic Community Gardens has evolved dramatically over the past year and it’s quite remarkable… Continue reading

Street artists combine to paint murals of endangered animals in Tower Hamlets

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The hugely anticipated ‘Endangered ‘event saw some of the countries best environmental artists descend upon the railway arches of Mile End and leave the residents of this part of the Tower Hamlets with some… Continue reading

Paint Your London turns Walthamstow into a street art hot spot

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Walthamstow has been having a lot going on street art wise for the past few years now but this month’s ‘Paint Your London‘ festival is really starting to tip the balance in terms… Continue reading

Environmental artists prepare to draw attention to endangered species by painting railway arches in Tower Hamlets

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Environmental artists are preparing to create a series of murals in Tower Hamlets as part of an awareness raising project to highlight the plight of endangered animals around the world. Organised as a… Continue reading

Street art comes to Tooting as artists create a gallery near Tooting Broadway market

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Tooting Broadway market has found itself at the centre of a mini street art takeover with artists flocking to area in order to decorate the little access road to the side of the… Continue reading

Mugshots of street artists are pasted onto the walls of London as part of the PINCH project from Art No Cube

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Mugshots of some the city’s best known street artists have been appearing all over the Brick Lane and Shoreditch areas of London. Holding a sign that simply says PINCH, the artists are photographed against… Continue reading

Human Nature comes to Soho and combines environmental art with ethical design

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The Human Nature road-show rolled back into London town and combined with ‘The Art of Progress’ to take over the unique exhibition space at 19 Greek Street, a Victorian townhouse whose many floors… Continue reading

Street Artists unite in Shoreditch for Meeting of Styles, the biggest Street Art event of the year

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The worldwide phenomenon that is the Meeting of Styles returned to London this weekend for what is now it’s fifth year. Curated by End of the Line, the Rockwell House based artistic outfit… Continue reading

Save the Bees Project in London culminates with a Paint Party, Music and Free Seeds at Rockwell House

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Campaigning street artists Louis Masai and Jim Vision have joined forces over the past week to raise awareness amongst London’s Eastenders about the dangers posed to Britains Bee population. The issue has been… Continue reading

A Whistle Stop Street Art Tour around Brixton and the Stockwell Hall of Fame

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It took me a while to get here but finally I have seen the streets of Brixton one of London’s most up and coming areas and like many areas in the city, one… Continue reading

The 2013 Inspiring City Street Art London Review of the Year

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This year has seen some real quality street art around the environs of London with the East End in particular playing host to some of the Worlds best artists. Combined with the home… Continue reading

Interview with Louis Masai as he prepares for ‘Last of My Kind’ in Bristol

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In a disused toilet block in the city of Bristol, London based artist Louis Masai will soon be holding his next solo show, ‘Last of My Kind’. With a theme of endangered birds,… Continue reading

Artists Combine to Create Incredible Mural in the Walthamstow Marsh

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Artists of all persuasions joined forces this weekend to create an incredible mural under a railway bridge in the historic Walthamstow Marsh as part of the community ‘Mural in the Marsh‘ project. With… Continue reading

Whitecross Street Party 2013 – The Rise of the Non-Conformists

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The Whitecross Street Party was certinaly the place to be this weekend! A fun, lively couple of days when Whitecross Street, a little road just north of the Barbican Centre, shuts down, turns… Continue reading