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JUSTKIDS – It’s Summer Time – Pop Up London

Our friends over at JUSTKIDS are holding a refreshing pop-up group show entitled “It’s Summer Time!” in East London.


Showcasing brand new exclusive works from both established artists and up-and-coming creative talent, the show shines a light on an eclectic panel of artists from diverse continents, all connected through their eye-catching and prolific street creations.

Fintan_Magee_Chasing the long white Cloud

Artists include: The Date Farmers (US), Ruben Sanchez (Spain), Ben Eine (UK), Ana Maria (US), Farid Rueda (Mexico), Fintan Magee (Australia), Lakwena (UK), Ella & Pitr (France), El Decertor (Peru) and Deih (Spain). JUSTKIDS are introducing new talents on the scene, as such, lots of these artists will be shown for the first time in Europe.

Ana_Maria_Drowned kingdom

The exhibition is curated by Charlotte Dutoit & Rom Levy and produced by JUSTKIDS.


Exhibition dates: Opening Thursday May 28th 6-9pm
May 29th – 31th, 2015 12p.m. to 6p.m.
16-18 Heneage Street, London E1 5LJ

Flyer It's Summer Time


Ben EINE – ‘Hand In Hand’ – ARTSPACE Dubai

Ben EINE recently unveiled his latest mural on the British Embassy, Abu Dhabi in the presence of his excellency Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan.


Ahead of his debut solo show in the Gulf region, EINE has created a 40-metre outdoor artwork on the perimeter wall of the British Embassy in Abu Dhabi. In a truly ground-breaking moment for the art scene in the region, His Excellency Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan joined Her Majesty’s Ambassador Philip Parham and British Council Country Director, Marc Jessel to inaugurate the wall, with His Excellency Sheikh Nahyan taking up a spray can for the first time, to personally ‘tag’ the wall.


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Surfers Healing – The Bowery Project – 2014

2014 will mark the 7th Healing Foundation. Up for auction will be a number of unique and one-of-a-kind surfboards by acclaimed artists, fashion designers and world-renowned surfers.

Ben Eine

This year marks a significant shift in the event. In addition to the exhibition and auction held in conjunction with The Ritz-Carlton, Laguna Niguel, a second exhibition will be presented at the Patagonia Surf Shop on The Bowery in New York City. This unique collection is known as “The Bowery Project”.

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EINE x Fragile Ventures – Objets D’Art

Curated by London’s Fragile Ventures and rendered in concrete, metal and wood; the cubes are their first project, URBAN[E], depicting Eine’s letter ‘E’ in Shutter, Tenderloin and Circus fonts. The Eine edition launches at Megumi Ogita gallery in Tokyo on Friday, 5 December with a simultaneous global launch online at www.fragileventures.com


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Fresh from EINE is this killer new 12-colour screenprint, ‘Revolution’.

Pages from Eine - Revolution

Each print is signed and numbered by Ben Eine, printed on 90# Coventry Rag, with hand torn down deckled edges. The print measures 27.57” x 25.21”
(70.04cm x 64.07cm) and will also be available in other colourways.

Launch date is Nov 5th 2014 at 3pm UK standard time.

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Eine Print Release – Amazement / Amusement

As his show launches at Judith Charles Gallery in New York this evening, Ben Eine drops his latest print release today on Elephants and Castles – the double drop features a twin-set of Amazement & Amusement Print Editions. The pair are for sale separately as a limited run, in various colourways as a 12-colour hand screen-print on a glitter screen background, signed and numbered by Eine.


More jump off after the jump off…
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Ben Eine – Tenderloin A-Z

Nelly Duff presents an exclusive one night exhibition with Ben EINE, in the heart of London’s East End.

The exhibition will be held in a disused warehouse, one of the last remnants of industrial Shoreditch. Since the turn of the millennium EINE was instrumental in developing the area into the artistic hub that it is today, and his bold use of colour and signature spray dust finish has cemented him as supreme ‘Font Smith’ of the Street Art genre worldwide.

The show marks the release of EINE’s 52 colour screen printed edition ‘Tenderloin’ A-Z, which takes its name from an area of San Francisco and brings the West Coast of America to EINE’s home audience!
This exhibition will also launch ‘The World Atlas of Street Art and Graffiti’ by Dr. Rafael Schacter, co-curator of the Tate Modern’s renowned Street Art exhibition. EINE is one of the featured artists in this new book from Aurum Press which documents Street Art across the globe. EINE will customise 10 x ATLAS covers with the letter A, available randomly with the purchase of the book on the night.

Date: September 18th 2013
Time: 6-9pm
Venue: Secret East London location- address to be revealed 1 day before the opening Nelly Duff on social media.

Nelly Duff, Eine and publishers Aurum have also kindly put aside TWO copies of the book to give away to VNA readers. Stay tuned for details on how to win!


Source: UKstreetart

"Wonder Club" by Sickboy

Sickboy is in San Francisco producing a show of sick and twisted dreams, childhood imaginations, and hopes and fears. The show includes heavy installation pieces and a series of original paintings, low edition screen prints on wood, painted metal boxes, and the iconic Sickboy temple pieces on wood and book covers. I have here exclusive photographs shot by Colin M. Day, along with some questions and tid bits into the current life of Sickboy. This show is uncurated by Ben Eine. If you’re in SF make sure to stop by White Walls, Saturday March 17th from 7-11pm. Stay tuned for more shots of the opening, and walls with Sickboy and Eine.

Below are some brief questions with Sickboy and Eine:

VNA: What has been your experience of the Tenderloin, SF so far?

Sickboy: It’s pretty insane on the surface, but behind the crackheads and alcoholics there is a nice strong connected community. Although, some of the craziest things I’ve seen here so far was on the first day of the month when the homeless got their government checks and it was like Night of the Living Dead on the streets.

VNA: Why are you excited about this show?

Sickboy: It’s my first US show in a city I’ve never been, but always wanted to go to. I’m able to make new ideas come to life. Since this is my first solo show in the states and in San Francisco, I really want to smash it.

VNA: Your shows are based heavily on installation. Tell us about the theme for this installation?

Sickboy: The gallery has two separate rooms and themes. The back room I’m turning into a psychedelic child’s room. Since I’ve been here I have collected little bits from the Tenderloin, and also brought bits from the UK which will all be included in the room. In the main front room will be a resurrection of one of my cartoon coffins underneath dirt, surrounded by rainbows, and lit up with a one of a kind light box. Sick!

VNA: Hello Ben. How are you? How long have you been in San Francisco for?

Eine: Ya, cool. Been here for three days.

VNA: How long have you known Sickboy?

Eine: I’ve known of Sickboy for years and years, but I’ve known him personally since he moved to London.

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