Cruel Vapours in Little Cardiff

A post Christmas and New Year blow out to set 2017 off with a bang… and a few bangers from the Cardiff faithful and a meeting with a few from Bristol too. It almost seems a yearly occurrence now for the Wales and West crew painting near the Principality Stadium in Cardiff City Centre. A…

Back alley action

A known magnet for graffiti and street artists from around the local area – the Northcote Lanes set just off City Road still attract an ever changing range of work. Remnants of old work from Colourdoomed, Ekstraternek, Phil Morgan and SPK can still be found amongst the many tags and throw ups plastered amongst the…

Tribute jam to King Robbo

During the first weekend of August a small gathering of local graffiti and street artists from across the area joined together at Cardiff’s Sevenoaks Park to pay tribute to graffiti legend Robbo whom had passed away recently. Covering a fair proportion of the 300 foot legal graffiti wall were artists like Refa, Ask, Sinstars, Jimmy…

Green green grass of CVMK

A sunny day in The ‘Diff and what better than to paint a huge bit of street art on Grangetown’s 300 foot long graffiti wall! Oh yes purlease! On the first day it was unclear who was collaborating on this piece but a bright green wash had been applied to the wall and extended rollers…

The green green walls of home!

This place #cardiff #graffiti #cardiffgraff A post shared by Bradley R.mer (@rmerism) on Jun 14, 2014 at 5:25am PDT The 300 foot wall at Sevenoaks park was getting a quick makeover today in the glorious Summer sunshine. The far right handside has been washed in bright green making a great canvas for Cruel Vapours and…

Gorfjam 2014

A wander into Grangetown’s Sevenoaks Park revealed a whole host of brand new graffiti on the 140m legal wall that runs along the perimeter of the city’s park. Previously being used for Roxejams over the past few years it was time to hold the latest Graffiti Jam-type event this time called The Gorfjam! Held in…

Roxejam 2012

Now in it’s sixth year the ‘RoxeJam’ was originally set up in 2007 by Lou Lockwood as a memorial to her son Bill (aka local street artist Roxer), who had died in a road accident. After a wash-out Summer this was luckily the one week when it was dry and extremely sunny with pure blue…

Hailey Park and Boilerhouse art, Winter 2012

Within the suburb of Llandaff, Cardiff, there is an amazing display of talent flourishing out of the first official dedicated grafitti and street art gallery – known as The Boiler House. This is taken from The Boiler House Press Release in February 2010 when the project opened:- The Cardiff based arts collective ‘Peaceful Progress’ has…