ADP Riot Tour

He may be best known for being part of 90’s rave band The KLF or for crazily burning £1 million pounds but artist James (Jimmy) Cauty has launched a new project touring around the UK called The ADP Riot Tour. After a session in 2015 at Banksy’s Dismaland the artist has decided to pack the…

Cool Fuel You’ll Drool Ghoul Mur-al

Peaceful Progress was commissioned to paint for the Fuel rock club in Cardiff’s Womanby st. Taking inspiration from one of the biggest and most iconic bands Iron Maiden – the artist chose to immortalise the band’s ‘Eddie’ on the front of the rock venue. To the right hand side is the mascot for the British…

Chariot stuffing

The Rugby World Cup is currently underway with host country England stuck in the same pool as Wales – which meant an almighty primetime clash on Saturday night. Favourites England started strongly but an already injury crippled Wales fought back to steal the game at the host stadium in Twickenham – final score 28 –…

Chinese New Year

Each year in Cardiff the start of the Chinese New Year is usually marked with a small ceremony either in Riverside, near the Happy Gathering restaurant or even outside the Cardiff City Stadium! To mark the beginning of the Year of the Sheep an artist has been busy producing some artwork on the streets of…

Woking all over The ‘Diff

Many businesses in Cardiff are now commissioning street artists to promote their company with Mocka Lounge and Wiwo being two recent examples. (Click each image below to see more from each location.) Wok to Walk in St Mary Street is the next to get the street artist treatment with assistance from SPK aka Spike Clark…

Empty Walls 2014: Phlegm & David De La Mano collab

The Empty Walls Festival is a month long street art festival aiming to bring colour, culture and vibrancy to the city of Cardiff with artists travelling in from Germany, Italy, Montevideo, Spain and France and closer to home from London, Bristol and Cardiff too. Welsh born illustrator and street artist Phlegm has taken part in…

Searching soldiers by Colour Doomed

After previous soldiers appearing briefly on City Road before disappearing it was great to unearth a few more in the hidden depths of Cardiff! Set amongst a derelict farmhouse with no roof, rusting beams and crumbling brickwork this was an ideal location for Colour Doom’s latest piece of street art. Whilst one soldier clearly points…

Zen artwork on Tudor Road

Passing by the Riverside Farmer’s Market via Tudor Road and I was pleasantly surprised to see some new street art adorning the grey and dull walls of Tudor Road, Cardiff.