Keep clean – stay safe

As the coronavirus grinds down normality and day to day life across the country – a few Cardiff-based artists have spruced up a wall in the capital with a very important message. Painting a very powerful plea for Cardiffians to ‘Keep clean and Stay safe’ in these distressing times. Organised by Oner Signs the street…

Cofiwch Dryweryn

First we must begin with a quick history lesson unearthing why this graffiti is important in Wales. Once again normal service has been resumed. This time in less than 24hrs #CofiwchDryweryn #irgad #Tryweryn pic.twitter.com/hnAdABjOOK — Jez (@Jez_B) April 14, 2019 ‘Cofiwch Dryweryn’ which translated into English means ‘Remember Tryweryn’ – is a phrase that was…

Pr0les Pr0file

There’s a new kid on the block and his work is popping up on many old blocks around Cardiff recently. Predominently using pasteups – here is one of his first pieces pasted on an empty building situated on Cowbridge Road in Canton. Highlighting the plight of the homeless and the amount of empty buildings in…

Wild art life

Standing proudly near Cardiff’s Millennium Stadium is one of the city’s legal graffiti walls which attracts a whole host of talented work throughout the year. (football permitting!) The wall is usually a showcase for the city’s writers and artists but on this occasion local artist, Unity Millimagic, was joined by 170 school children to assist…

Cans of Tizer

As a regular visitor to the streets of Cardiff, London based writer Tizer has joined forces with a host of local talent for his latest paint along the walls of the Millennium Walkway. This predominently pink piece really stands out thanks to it’s zingy colour palette and strong characters from everyone. Tizer’s wildstyle signature takes…

Women of the World

Cardiff based artist Helen Bur was commissioned in 2016 to paint a very large wall at the heart of the Wales Millennium Centre in Cardiff Bay. View this post on Instagram Part 1 of a sketch for a new mural I'll be doing for WOW festival at the Wales Millennium Centre in a couple of…

Veg Power!

A new year and some new food resolutions to help kick start a healthy eating regime. And time for some new street art to adorn Cardiff’s Millennium Walkway – all for a great cause called ‘Veg Power‘ Veg Power is a campaign simply to encourage children in the UK to eat more veg. Something veggie…

Skull Attack

The legal graffiti wall running alongside the River Taff near Cardiff’s Millennium Stadium had become a showcase for the city’s street art where there was one last paint before it was made to stop to make way for the UEFA Champions League Final earlier in 2017. One of the last pieces painted was this pink…

Best Tepid Swpr!

As work steadily returned to the Millennium Walkway a prime position closest to the Millennium Stadium got some serious attention featuring artists from both hemispheres. Cardiff based Peaceful Progress painted alongside kiwi Tepid. Created in very warm pink, purple and red colours the contrast of that green really stood out. There was tags for Sinstars…

Merry Christmas and Peace to all men

As another Christmas comes rumbling past it’s time to feature a festive addition to the Millennium Walkway. Situated on the hoardings alongside Cardiff’s Principality Stadium the work by Unity aka Millimagic and Myles Elliott capture some of the festive spirit. Unity has painted some large swirly red text featuring the word Peace with some sprigs…

The Hall of Fame returns

So after the huge sport juggernaut of the Uefa Champions League Final came to Cardiff – the city almost instantly got back to normal within hours of the world’s most expensive game ending. Visit Cardiff advertising was added to the Millennium Walkway to help greet the ten of thousands of football fans whom had made…

The writings on the wall

The writing has been on the wall for many weeks now since it was announced that the legal street art on the hoardings running alongside the Millennium Walkway were to cease. As the city now prepares to host the Champions League Final at the Millennium Stadium a decision had been taken to utilise the walkway…

Millennium Walk away

After proudly showcasing street art and graffiti on a long wall near the Millennium Stadium for the last couple of years … it was now time for change … apparently! We know that all good things must come to an end but here Cardiff Council have slapped signs all over the street art announcing the…

Wall of fame! Walk of shame!

Since 2015 the Millennium Walkway has hosted a whole range of street art and graffiti along the 200m route. The grey plastic boards have lined the walkway from Canton Bridge right upto The Millennium Stadium and have attracted artists from across the whole of the UK… along with a few musical artists too! Recently plans…

‘Happy’ Valentine’s Day

February the 14th is usually a happy day to celebrate relationships – but here some artwork that has appeared in Cardiff on Valentine’s Day has been painted with another message in mind. A small group of artists from Cardiff and Bristol have painted on the Millennium Walkway to highlight the issue of domestic abuse. Unity…

2017 Peace

A great start to 2017 featuring some positive street art from local artist Unity aka Millimagic. Painting on the Millennium Walkway among bright Winter skies this piece really lifts the spirits. Based around the word PEACE – complete with the tagline of Love and Respect for the forthcoming twelve months. Unity was also joined by…

Plobby New Year!

Its the start of a New Year and also the start of some new street art appearing on the Millennium Walkway next to Cardiff’s Millennium Stadium. First up featuring these amazing toothy characters from Mr Plob (why do they remind me of Robert Earnshaw? ) in a variety of brown, purple and red colours. Whereas…

Merry Christmas

Previously this drab, grey hoarding running alongside the River Taff used to be dogged with numerous graffiti tags thus resulting in being cleaned many times during the year. But now, thanks to the help of a few local artists – the area is now a canvas for local talent to showcase their work all year…

A Great Philospher once wrote

No major story here, no major intricate artwork either but time to feature something away from the norm. Let’s go on a trip… As The Shamen once sang about E’s being good(e) and all that – here someone has painted a lot of graphic style ‘E’s between Grangetown, Riverside and the City Centre over the…

Mello yellow

Straight after Cardiff’s Millennium Walkway got it’s latest makeover in the Taffside paint jam – it wasn’t too long before a few more additions popped up too! The predominently black canvas now contains some bright yellow pieces along the lengthy walkway courtesy of Maikel Walkman. Reflecting the recent change in weather the first character donned…

Taffside Jam

Now a regular occurrence throughout the year it was time for the latest paint jam to take place alongside Cardiff’s Millennium Stadium. The Taffside Jam took place at the start of November and invited a whole range of artists from the local area and beyond to paint on the Millennium Walkway. View this post on…

Ektober Jam

As the cold Autumn days draw ever shorter there was still time for a mini paint jam on the Millennium Walkway at the end of October featuring a host of writers from Cardiff and further afield. Cardiff based writers Amok, Karm and Somes painted in green tones with blue outlines on the boards running parallel…

Perky Pinky

The Millennium Walkway has now featured a range of graffiti, street art and some more contemporary artwork over the last year. Set in the shadows of the Millennium Stadium the latest addition is an abstract selection of semi-circles and arrows in pink and purple colours possibly spelling out something like Rind? Complete with tags from…

Autumn Art

As the nights start to draw in and a whole host of artists are still out drawing along the Millennium Walkway in Cardiff’s city centre. The rapidly changing wall has recently been painted by Resh who came back on Monday to finish this piece. Painters from Cardiff and further afield have visited the long wall…

Mr Plobby

A leisurely bank holiday weekend stroll down the Millennium Walkway revealed a whole host of new work from a range of artists, including some new ones to the city. Nestling amongst a corner was this mixed media piece featuring an apple munching character in a mixture of paint, ink, pens, plaster, tippex…. loads of ‘stuff’!…

Dopemon

Once the latest Breakin’ The Bay event came to an end it usually results in some of the artists staying around for a few extra days and adding some more great work around the city. This time artists Rmer and Tizer hit the Millennium Walkway alongside the Millennium Stadium for their latest post-event creation. Taking…

Rhythm is a dancer

As temperatures exceed 30⁰c in the capital, some artists took to the Millennium Walkway to paint a few new pieces alongside the hoardings at the river-side location. Nearest the Cardiff Castle end you are greeted with a ‘Good Morning Wales’ piece in the colours of Y Ddraig Goch and the line ‘It’s Cardiff braah’ Nestled…

Eu in or out?

The Eu Referendum was the biggest vote of a generation and it’s great to see that this humongous decision was also reflected in some street art by Unity aka Millimagic on the Millennium Walkway. Set on the ever changing wall the large cracking letters of the ‘EU’ are set among a range of pink question…

Under water street jam

After the success of the last street jam along the Millennium Walkway it was time to follow it up with more great street art in the aptly titled ‘Underwater Paint Jam’ (welcome to the traditional Welsh weather!) Set next to the Millennium Stadium and the hoardings running the 340ft length alongside the River Taff –…

Back to Nature Paint Jam Pt2

The latest street art event to be held in Cardiff took place right next to the Millennium Stadium over the weekend. The two day event was called the ‘Back to Nature Paint Jam’ and was organised by local artist Amelia ‘Unity’ Thomas. It was held to coincide with International Women’s Day on March 8th with…