Banksy Underground Art

Renowned artist Banksy has targeted a London Underground tube train in his latest high profile piece of art. (Is it really street art if it’s on a train?) During the afternoon of 14th July 2020 he posted a video on his Instagram page https://www.instagram.com/banksy/ which began with footage showing the underground being deep cleaned back…

Power and Glory

A wander around the streets of London always unearths some fantastic examples of street art and this was more than apparent on Kingsland Road near The Glory Pub and U7 Lounge in Haggerston. Artist Zabou had painted a large wall as part of the Opening Doors London event celebrating LGBTQ+ History Month – held each…

Cenz and Cenzability

Mr Cenz has been painting since the late 1980s and his work is featured around the world including his hometown of London. His trademark style is usually a melting pot of female characters, abstract shapes and lines with patterns and graffiti forms. He was captured previously working at the Hype Festival in Gloucester where you…

Shepard Fairey Exhibition: 3 decades of dissent

Shepard Fairey is most known for his ‘Andre the Giant’ and President Obama ‘Hope’ artwork but his extensive range of fine art screen prints and other works have now spanned over 30 years. To mark three decades of his work he has curated a series of images chosen for their importance both aesthetically and conceptually…

Cheltenham Paint Festival 2019

Around 130 artists are ready to descend on the Westcountry town of Cheltenham to paint in the latest street art festival organised by Andy ‘Dice’ Davies. The Cheltenham Paint Festival began in 2017 and has gone from strength to strength attracting a lot of high profile artists to paint around the town. The Honeybourne tunnels…

Burner on sea

Set on the Somerset coast over looking the murky Bristol Channel – Burnham on Sea hosted it’s second festival celebrating everything from music and dance to street art. Known as The BOSFest – the seaside town invited an exclusive set of artists to paint for the second time around the streets of the small Westcountry…

Breeding like rabbits

A visit to Bristol always unearths some really great street art and the latest visit wasn’t an exception. Popping up sporadically around the Westcountry city were these colourful rabbits that graced walls and doorways from near the city centre over to Bedminster and beyond. Very little is known about the artist ‘Follow My Rabbits’ but…

Upfest2019: Dale Grimshaw

Europe’s largest street art and graffiti festival ‘Upfest’ was taking a year off in 2019 but the streets of Bristol still deserved attention from UK and International talent – so a much smaller, refined version of Upfest was created. The ‘Upfest Summer Edition 2019’ was where a handful of selected artists were still invited to…

Bring The 1Up

Created in 2017, Leicester’s Bring The Paint street art and graffiti festival returned to the city for it’s 2019 edition and hosted one of the UK’s biggest arts events of the year. The festival invited artists from America, Australia, Tahiti, Mexico, Germany, France, Greece and the UK to transform Leicester city centre between the 20th…

TV News station claims to have recorded an interview with Banksy

ITV News has recently uncovered what experts say could be the only televised interview with the Bristol artist Banksy. A ‘forgotten’ television interview with a man who claims to be the elusive graffiti artist has been discovered in the vaults of ITV News. The report was filmed ahead of Banksy’s Turf War exhibition held in…

My Dog Sights

Set high on a hill in the Bedminster part of Bristol is this pure gem of art which totally commands your attention as soon as you climb the steep hill and navigate around some of the hi-rise buildings – whilst also admiring the fantastic Bristol views all around. A collaboration between Portsmouth based My Dog…

Brexit, Brexit, Brexit

It’s been the hottest of hot topics for the last few years and Brexit still shows no sign of stopping – even though we have by-passed the date for the UK to leave the EU. Protests for both sides of the debate have occurred in London with Brexit street art appearing throughout the capital too….