Wasp Elder and Helen Bur on Hanbury Street

WIP @abcdefghelens & @waspelder A post shared by Nelly Balazs (@monoprixx) on Jan 11, 2017 at 2:07pm PST Artists Colour Doomed and Helen Bur took to a back street wall in London’s Shoreditch area for their latest creation. Painting as Wasp Elder and HB the canvas was on a long bricked wall located on Hanbury…

Home and Away

Stalwarts of the Cardiff art scene – Colourdoomed and HB returned for one week only to paint in a fantastic location slap bang in the city centre. Arriving from their current base in Germany – the duo took to a beige rendered wall on Barrack Lane to unleash their latest creation on the city’s walls….

Camden Colour

A bank holiday visit to the trendy London suburb of Camden for two Cardiff artists HB and Colourdoomed. It’s great to see that Camden is on the up with highly respected artists visiting the area to add to the already burgeoning street art scene that is appearing around every street. WIP – London will finally…

Kera kardiff kollab

A regular visitor to the city and this time an invited guest of the Empty Walls‘ organisers – so after completing his mammoth task of painting the whole side of the Millennium Plaza there was still one more job for Kera to complete! Click the image below to see more pictures of Kera’s large piece…

Vacation dawgz

It’s always great to hear when an artist is painting a new wall in Cardiff – but it’s even more exciting news when you hear it’s a collaboration between two of them – step forward Colourdoomed and HB for the latest masterpiece in the city. Local photographer Terry Matthews has been passing the location each…

Evolution revolution

A fantastically long red bricked wall lines the pavement along Crwys Road bridge in the Cathays part of the city. Making a ridiculously long canvas for some more great street art in the area. Cardiff already has one well-known ‘Animal Wall’ in the city centre but it’s time to unleash another on the city courtesy…

Empty Walls 2014: Super HB and Colour Doomed collab

A large wall in the Roath area of Cardiff that has seen it’s fair share of graffiti and tagging over the years was to get a welcome makeover as it was included to be painted as part of The Empty Walls festival being held throughout Cardiff.   October 17th til october 25th I´ll will be…

Support the Empty Walls 2014 Festival

After the success of the first Empty Walls festival held in Cardiff in 2013 it’s now time to launch another one for 2014. Last year 12 local, national and international artists were invited to Cardiff to create art on ’empty walls’ to enhance the environment through the media of street art. This year it’s going…

Vintage record shop by HB and Colour Doomed

A fantastic piece of street art featuring a collaboration between local artists HB and Colour Doomed in the lanes off City Road in Roath, Cardiff. Set amongst a set of garages and a host of other great work this piece really brings this back street alley to life. Featuring two older men sifting through a…

Giant Pencils by HB

Quietly lurking on telegraph poles and walls amongst a Cardiff back lane are some giant pencils. (what else did you expect?) Dotted around the lanes off City Road are the latest creation from local artist ‘HB.’ Here she has created 3ft high pencils in black and white, complete with a signature of ‘Hb’ lying amongst…

HB and Colour Doomed work in progress at Womanby Street

HB and Colour Doomed are shown continuing their work updating the outside of The Cardiff Fashion Quarter. Thanks to Twitter user Mr Garin Evans for the tweet! New graffiti in progress in Cardiff yesterday #cardiff #graffiti pic.twitter.com/Ejgp8AXHoF — Garin Evans (@mrgarinevans) March 1, 2014 Also Flickr users Terry Matthews and Dave Rats also caught the…

Can you tell me how to get to Womanby Street

Nestling just a few metres away from Cardiff Castle is one of Cardiff’s thinnest but most interesting streets – also it’s one of the most incorrectly pronounced street names in Cardiff – Womanby Street! Housing numerous pubs, offices, Clwb Ifor Bach and now The Cardiff Fashion Quarter. The north end of Womanby Street has always…

Cardiff Fashion Quarter on Womanby Street

Nestling just a few metres away from Cardiff Castle it’s one of Cardiff’s thinnest but most interesting streets – also it’s one of the most incorrectly pronounced street names in Cardiff – Womanby Street! Housing numerous pubs, offices, Clwb Ifor Bach and now The Cardiff Fashion Quarter. This north end of Womanby Street has always…