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

The Cheltenham Paint Festival returned for it’s second year with a line up featuring a mix of local and international…

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

“I call it best view” says Jayson Lilley when I ask him about the giant two metre long print resting…

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

“I wanted to do a big blue bee” says Louise. “I’ve done one quite small, but then I’m not sure…

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

The book didn’t disappoint and neither did the exhibition. Cash is King, possibly the most anticipated urban art show of…

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

Featuring originals and prints from one of elusive street artist Banksy’s most productive periods. The Lazinc Gallery in Mayfair has…

Cash is King the Art of the Defaced Banknote Book Review

Cash is King, the much anticipated art book from the pens and minds of Carrie Reichardt and Bob Osborne remembers…

Fanakapan Helios exhibition in London celebrates balloons and cartoons

It’s an unusual topic choice for sure but the second solo London based exhibition from Fanakapan does indeed choose to…

Secret Art Prize 2018 Announces Winners

The 4th annual Secret Art Prize announced it’s winners at an awards ceremony at the Hoxton Hotel in Shoreditch. Managed…

Upfest 2018 the best of the street art boards

Upfest is a festival which is all about street art and we’ve already shared our Top 25 best murals from…

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

The Blackburn Open Walls festival once again brought street art to this northern town.  Now in it’s third year, the…

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

Over a rainy weekend in July, Bristol has once again found itself at the centre of the street art scene.…

Magnus Gjoen, an interview with the fashion designer turned artist

Fashion designer turned artist Magnus Gjoen is known for his use of historical images and differing mediums. Often seen breathing…

Whitecross Street Party 2018 celebrates 100 years of suffrage

The Whitecross Street Party returns for 2018 and features live street art, music and dance

Benjamin Murphy Interview at his solo exhibition in London

.It’s a roasting hot day in the city of London and the team at the Delphian Gallery have just finished…

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

Lawrence Alkin has been a key influencer in the development of the urban art movement that we know today. The…

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

A graffiti jam at the Trellick Tower in West London has commemorated the tragic burning of the nearby Grenfell Tower,…

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

American sculptural artist Mark Jenkins exhibition of slightly dark humanoid sculptures at the Lazinc Gallery in London’s Mayfair has come…

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

The referendum to overturn the 8th amendment to the Irish constitution made headlines around the World. Not least because of…

Meeting of Styles 2018 returns to the Nomadic Community Gardens

Meeting of Styles, London’s biggest street art festival returned for 2018 and once again took over the Nomadic Community Gardens,…

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

The latest exhibition from Louis Masai once again tackled the problems facing species around the world with an immersive show…

Ten Artists to look out for at the Wimbledon Art Studios

Wimbledon Art Studios is a good place to go if your an art fan. Separated into three different blocks, each…

An interview with Mr Cenz as he paints in the Shard

We’ve gotten used to seeing the work of Mr Cenz on the streets of London. His work is bright and…

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

It’s 22 March 1968 and a group of students are staging an extended sit in. Protesting at conditions in their…

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

Some call Shoreditch London’s capital of street art. It’s certainly the home to many famous names and notable pieces but…

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

We open the boot and out comes compost, a pre-made wooden box. Then a sapling and a couple of pea…