Full of Flava

A main player in the Gloucester street art and graffiti scene is local talent Flava.
Taking a trip to the city to see the work taking place in The Gloucester Paint Jam 2014 where his work was popping up everywhere around the city!

Street art and graffiti in Gloucester

Street art and graffiti in Gloucester

Street art and graffiti in Gloucester

Unbelievably Flava is still only a teenager and is so talented already – he has totally nailed his style
Street art and graffiti in Gloucester

Street art and graffiti in GloucesterStreet art and graffiti in Gloucester

A construction site is located opposite Greyfriars in the city with the perimeter fencing previously painted grey to act as a new canvas for part of the Paint Jam. Here local artists Trix and Flava have begun filling the new space with their latest works.

Street art and graffiti at Greyfriars, Gloucester

Street art and graffiti at Greyfriars, Gloucester

Street art and graffiti at Greyfriars, GloucesterStreet art and graffiti at Greyfriars, Gloucester

Street art and graffiti at Greyfriars, GloucesterStreet art and graffiti at Greyfriars, Gloucester

Street art and graffiti in Gloucester

And saving the best til last…..
Everyone else seemed to be at the Gloucester Paint Jam for the best part of the two day festival whereas Flava seemed to create this beauty more like in 2 hours! So clean and so fresh!

Flava at The Gloucester Paint Jam 2014
Flava at The Gloucester Paint Jam 2014
Flava at The Gloucester Paint Jam 2014

Flava at The Gloucester Paint Jam 2014

Flava at The Gloucester Paint Jam 2014

Flava at The Gloucester Paint Jam 2014

Flava at The Gloucester Paint Jam 2014

Flava’s characters have been popping up throughout the city with hopefully many more still to come!

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3 Comments Add yours

  1. Would you mind checking out my cartoons please and tell me what you think? It would mean the world

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  2. Author says:

    Hi Lawrence – I do like the style of drawing and you certainly have a talent.

    I’d try using some thicker tipped pens to bring out and emphasise certain aspects of each drawing.

    Maybe less swaztikas too!

    It’s all about the eyes and mouth! Love it!

    Lee
    http://diffgraf.wordpress.com

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  3. David Brown says:

    flavas in with the rsk boys from Bristol, rattle some kans.
    theres indyskyz, bunts and abstractions and now flava has joined em in there crew.

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