Thursday, April 30, 2009

Lakeside Graffiti Pt. 2






All images come from Delete's flickr.

Quasimoto And Madvillain Paper Toys

Quasimoto Cubeecraft paper toy with brick & cigarette, made by Rbst

Download the Quasimoto template from HERE.

Madvillain Cubeecraft paper toy with removeable mask, made by Rbst

Download the Madvillain template from HERE.


Guerilla Art Book & DVD Launch Party

Guerilla Art book and DVD launch will be at Pure Evil's gallery tonight. Check the flyer for more details on times for the screening etc.

Pure Evil Gallery,
108 Leonard st,
London EC2A 4XS

Gallery Hours:
10am - 6pm daily
or by appointment.


i-Lib Show At Stella Dore



For his first, much anticipated solo show 'As Teardrops Fall', I-lib (I Lurk In Bushes) depicts strange anthropomorphic creatures from another world in situations that will conjure up captivating visions of love, hate, life and death. Using a whole host of media, from his nostalgic Victorian style illustrations and paintings, to sculptures and installations, created using an arsenal of ink, spray-paint, charcoal and graphite worked on to old discarded material such as wood and paper. The textures, patterns and distressed/decayed look convey an enigmatic and wonderful body of work.

This work will be set in the gallery, which will be transformed into a feral woodland world of folk tale!

Private View: 7th May 2009 : 6pm – 9pm
Show Runs: 8th – 23rd May 2009 :

Stella Dore Gallery
47 Rivington Street
Tues – Sat 11am – 6pm
+44 (0)2077393004

For RSVP Guest List please email

Identity Crisis Show At Shiv Gallery

Shiv gallery launch - sister gallery to Cosh. It opens on the 30th of April (Opening 7-9pm) with our 1st show 'Identity Crisis' and a cracking line-up which includes Slinkachu, Mode2, Miss Bugs, Mudwig, M-City, Joe Black, Pure Evil, Dain, Ben Frost and others. Featuring all new work from each artist.
The website will be launched on the night of the show...

If you wish to attend please RSVP -

69 Berwick Street
Tel – 020 7287 7758

Swine Flu Remedy

VZT sent me this 5 minutes ago. The one and only remedy to the 'potential pandemic' of Swine Flu. Seriously, the media need to chill; the way they cause a stir/panic is disgraceful.

Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Optimus Prime Change Poster

Made me chuckle when I saw this in my inbox..

Barnaby Barford: The Good, The Bad, The Belle

In his new collection, ‘The Good, The Bad and The Belle’, artist Barnaby Barford has transformed antique porcelain figures into badly behaved teenage hooligans. Barford uses antique porcelain models purchased for pennies from car boot sales and charity shops as a base for his collection. He dismantles them and then gives them a dramatic and unique facelift.


DJ Baku JAPADAPTA Album Inspiration

DJ Baku is one of Japan's greatest turntablists and is highly regarded on the same level as DJ Krush or DJ Kentaro. His new mixtape album, entitled "JAPADAPTA" is out very soon and in an interview he said that the inspiration for the name came from the Japanese Web Mag, UKADAPTA!!!! Imagine how happy we were when we watched the interview and heard him say it! He liked the idea of how we try and connect the Japanese audience with British creativity and wanted to do the same thing in his own way for the Japanese audience......BIG UP to DJ Baku!!

DJ Baku started DJing in 1994 at age 16, and at 17 formed the short-lived group "Hannya" with MCs Rumi and Yoshi. Finding it difficult to enter battles or get club appearances with his "harsh" scratching style, he decided to focus on releasing mixtapes through which he could express his message. In 1999 he set up the Dis-Defense Disc label in order to release these mixtapes, starting with the "Kaikoo With Scratch" tape for which he became famous.

He becomes more popular by the year in Japan, and has since released "Kaikoo DVD", a documentary on underground Japanese hiphop, organised a series of "Kaikoo" events, and in 2006 released his first album "Spin Heddz" on the label Pop Group. His second album "DHARMA DANCE" came out in 2008.

Check out more of his wicked wicked sounds HERE.

Lego Mecha With Opening Hatch

Behold, one of the greatest inventions known to man; Lego and its infinite creative possibilities. Brian Kescenovitz kills it with not just any old mecha, but one with a spring loaded hatch, with Lego pilot inside. Tiny but classy goodness!

The mecha is known as the UM5 War Doll and is influenced by the VS suits worn in the game Lost Planet.

CD Richardson Cryptozoological Art

CD Richardson's work has a real eerie feel that reminds me of a house of horrors mixed with a steampunk aesthetic. Apparently, he draws his influences from old medical/anatomical photographs and cryptozoological illustrations. A good look IMHO!


Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Rarekind Gallery Opening Under Chrome and Black

Rarekind have moved up from Brighton to a very nice spot below the Chrome & Black Graff supplies shop. To commemorate their move, they are having an opening show on the 7th May.
Be sure to RSVP (bex [at] rarekind . co .uk )for the event or you won't be able to come in! Clik on flyer for exact times and dates....
See Rarekind's website HERE.

Inkfetish Site Update

Inkfetish wanted to tell you all that he has just updated his website and it includes the piece he did for the upcoming Rarekind Show at Chrome & Black as well as images of the wall he has just painted at Cargo and a few other gems.

You can see alot more new works of Inkfetish HERE.

Monday, April 27, 2009

John Isaacs Meat Art

John Isaacs has been a fine artist for quite some time now and his sculptural work really stands out. Especially when the theme revolves around flesh in some way.

An excerpt from his website: "If you have a shred of guilt or a spark of romantic idealism or utopian longing in your blackened soul then John Isaacs’ work is going to appeal to it.

His work is not just a call for another way but it is directly aimed at challenging the viewer into rethinking the way they perceive and understand the world. Part of its power is that it is made in such a way that once seen, it won’t allow you be lazy in your head but instead messes with it and with the things you think you know, slowly coercing you into re-thinking your values.

Isaacs’ art doesn’t necessarily tell you anything new, anything that you don’t already know, it just highlights some of the less palatable truths of our world, and, often using humour as its spearhead, pushes at the fault-lines of the everyday conventions and commonplaces that we all use to cover up the cracks in the artifice of how we go about living our contemporary lives.


Nike Air Max 90 Burger

A tasty shoe created by Olle Hemmendorff

Alex Bartsch Blog

Those of you interested in pictures should give this blog a go, Alex Bartsch has an extensive collection of his photography via here. It's well worth a look.

Have-a-go heroes

Here's a little production from last week Tesco & Ebot put together. Starring Dolphin Lungrin, Steven Seagul, And the infamous Croc Dundee.

Vote For Me!

Voting has now started for the theme 'Government'.
Vote for my entry HERE.


Saturday, April 25, 2009

Monster Graffiti In France

Amazing collab mural with the following writers who painted in Turcoing, France: keyler | nuans | termik | soap | amin | resh | amsah | swek | arsh | spazm | gutter | green
(Click Image to See it In its full Hellish Effect)

Bombing In Japan

Pics from two different photographers taking pics of damage in Tokyo. Look out for local and tourist writers like Petro, sect, wanto, disk, twist, fanta, sayme, neck face, adek and others....

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