Category Archive: Zina

Street art in Europe, the best artists and where to find them

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We cover a lot of London street art here on Inspiring City,  it’s where we live and the street art we see is pretty cool.  A lot of it though from people from all… Continue reading

Portraits of the artists of Femme Fierce taken in the Leake Street tunnel

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Portraits of the Femme Fierce artists taken during the 2015 festival have been released by photographer Lewis Phillips.  Lewis, a good friend of this blog, has spent a lot of time documenting the art… Continue reading

Blackall Street Paint Jam celebrates one full year of London Calling

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Our friends at London Calling are celebrating one full year of blogging and what better way to mark the occasion than with an all out paint jam in one of London’s most popular… 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

Zina paints spectacular glow in the dark mural in Shoreditch as part of Sony Experia Campaign

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Norway’s London based artist Zina is certainly one of the East End’s most prolific street artists. Her distinctive blue hued portraits are difficult to miss especially when painted in large scale and combined… Continue reading

Street Artists combine in order to support the ‘Save Brixton Arches’ campaign

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Street artists have gathered together to show their support for the traders currently at risk of eviction from the iconic railway arches in Brixton! Containing a variety of colourful businesses from sole trader… Continue reading

Femme Fierce 2015 packs the Leake Street Tunnel as Female street artists paint it brilliant blue

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Street art has just become the next Rock and Roll! Or, so you might think. The hoards of cameras clicking away certainly gave a hint to the sort of interest this event was… Continue reading

Femme Fierce and Plan UK team up to transform Shoreditch Art Wall in aid of the Because I’m a Girl campaign

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The Shoreditch Art Wall has seen more than it’s fair share of artists pop by over the last few years with its prime location widely seen as one of the key spots for… 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

Female Artists Take Over the Leake Street Tunnel in Waterloo and Paint it Pink for International Womens Day

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The famous Leake Street Tunnel in the arches underneath Waterloo Station has never seen anything quite like this. It’s previously dark graffiti daubed walls had been turned bright pink by over 100 female… 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

Streetfest London Rocks Shoreditch

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The 2013 Streetfest in Shoreditch once again proved popular.  Featuring live street art, dance performances, bmx cycling, skateboarding and live music the festival was indeed a homage to it’s street roots. Held in… Continue reading