Tag Archives: street art

Awesome street art style pieces from Russ Mills

Loving these pieces by artist Russ Mills with a nice street art style. I’d love to have any of these printed on a t-shirt.


Street Art by David Walker: Frantically chaotic whilst wonderfully tranquil.

Chances are, that is you live in London and have an interest in art, then you may already have seen some of David Walker‘s street art. If not, here’s a few examples of the stunningly creative (and often very colourful) pieces he’s done.

Each piece has this incredibly frantic and chaotic appearance whilst having a wonderfully calm and tranquil quality at the same time. Fucking love this shit. Follow David Walker on Twitter, Like him on Facebook or buy his prints

Via Colossal.

Fresh paint in East London.

Check out this pretty rad, and pretty big, new piece on Hanbury Street near Brick Lane in East London. It’s a collaboration between Bom.K and Liliwenn from France.

Via Hooked.

ROA’s African animal street art in Johannesburg, SA

One of the top 10 street artists in my opinion is ROA, he’s one of my all time favourite’s with his distinctive style of painting sketch-like black and white animals. Check out this collection of big pieces on the side of a building in Johannesburg, South Africa.

Via Colossal.

The Disco Bistro is coming to London soon!

In some very exciting food and street art related news from London, Carl Clarke will soon be opening a ‘Disco Bistro’ for 6 months in a converted traditional pub called The Rising Sun in the St. Pauls area of London.

There’ll be music, cool lighting by Alex Randall, top notch food and street art so I’ll be there for sure and I hope you will be too. Check out the Disco Bistro website, Facebook Page and Carl Clarke on Twitter for more info.

Via Lost At E Minor.

Voting is now open for Obama Romney Gum Election

Who sucks the most? Vote with your gum! Yep, that’s right, go to the Gum Election website to print the street art before pasting it up in your neighbourhood – enabling people to vote for who they don’t want elected by sticking their chewing gum on their face. Check out the viddy below…


The Moniker Art Fair in Shoreditch, East London.

From 7pm (or 5pm if you’ve blagged a spot at the private view) on Thursday 11th until 5pm on Sunday 14th October, the Moniker Art Fair is a pretty neat looking exhibit of various artists’ works such as the one above by Nancy Fouts and the one below by street artist known as Hush.

I’m gutted I can’t be there, but you could be, so do it.

Find Moniker Projects on Twitter and Facebook too.

Village Underground, 54 Holywell Lane, Shoreditch, London, EC2A 3PQ

Press Preview:
Thursday 11 October: 3 – 5pm

Private View:
Thursday 11 October: 5 – 7pm

Open to Public:
Thursday: 7pm – 9pm: £10 including catalogue
Friday & Saturday: 11am – 7pm: free admission
Sunday: 11am – 5pm: free admission

Public transport
Bus: 8, N8, 26, N26, 48, 78, 149 (24H), 242 (24H), 388, 35, N35, 47, 135 and 67
Train: Near Shoreditch High Street Station (5 min), Old Street Station (10 min) and Liverpool Street Station (10 min).

Some instagram-ed street art from Central America

Afro lady on the street in Guadalajara, Mexico.

I was having a ganders through some old Instagram photos the other day and found a couple containing street art that I thought would be worth sharing. The originals are for sale for a special one time offer of only $1bn.

Booby skeleton on the wall of an abandoned building in Casco Viejo, Panama City, Panama.

Street art in Mazatlan, Mexico.

So this post is a little late but now that I’m a surfer all I feel is the wind and the waves so the last thing on my mind is blogging, alright? Anyway, check out the RAD fish board above and the other cool shit below all taken in the old part of Mazatlan in Mexico.

Street art in Mexico: A Coca-Cola can Christmas cactus

I’ve been travelling down the Pacific coast of Mexico for three weeks now and am constantly looking out for street art at the various towns and cities we’ve stopped at and finally I’ve found the place I’ve been looking for: San Jose Del Cabo on the Baja de California, Mexico. Check out this cactus tree decorated in Coca Cola cans like baubles on a Christmas tree!

There’s loads of Mexican art and Mexican street art in San Jose Del Cabo so look out for more posts on this blog.