‘Beyond the Pale Blue Dot’ presents Cheba’s first major show in 4 years, a series of mixed media works presenting the artist’s journey into abstraction and futuristic spray can expressionism. His recent work has evolved into vibrant and abstract fluid formations, a new and refreshing direction for the artist although influences of the bold character led work that he is well known for can still be found.
Nick Walker’s first solo show in years, ‘All I Ever Wanted Was My Name On Fire’, is a continuation of the Vandal storyline. If you look at each ‘Morning After’ painting as a cover for a novel, then this show is the pages within the book.
The show opens on Thursday 16th October – the venue is 345 Broome Street at Bowery, NYC 10013 and runs for one week. Please firstname.lastname@example.org for guestlist.
Nicks latest collabs with Royal Doulton and his latest book will be available soon and a ltd edition print, ‘Gotham Vandal’ is available to purchase at the show.
And to whet your appetite a little more, here’s Nick modeling our new VNA x Nick Walker collab scarf, available to buy on our website soon…
Third time Unlucky. Trick or Treat returns this Halloween in a new location. Putting the Spiders in your Ciders! Come down if you dare. Friday 31st October.
45rpm, AllTypeNoFace, Kate Prior, Mr Jago, Nychos, Richt, Sickboy, Smithe & Will Barras will be displaying their evil etchings. Plus the Trick or Treat store will be open once more with all manner of madness.
Prizes for best dressed.
It’s not the cough that carries you off, Its the coffin they carry you off in.
Crypt of St. John the Baptist, Nelson Street Bristol.
After party at The Christmas Steps (Late – Late) – supported by Ironlak and Hangfire.
White Walls is pleased to present the new work of Bristol based artist, Mr Jago, in his latest exhibition titled New Coordinates. The opening reception will be held on Saturday, August 16 from 7 pm to 11 pm. The exhibit will be on view through September 6, 2014 and is free and open to the public.
Our favourite reptilian representer, Rowdy, has been at it again, making this awesome new animated vid of his crocodilian creations with the guys from Treatment Worx.
Big ups to everyone that came down to our Bristol and London launches, apologies to those of you who couldn’t make the UK launches, hopefully we’ll be bringing a launch to somewhere near you in the not too distant future…
Massive thanks to all of our partners and friends that made this happen, special thanks to Aaron and the Sixpoint crew, Alex and Ian at Laz, and Cheba and the Weapon Of Choice boys for being most excellent hosts.
VNA 26 is in stores and online now… www.verynearlyalmost.com/shop/vna-issue-26-new
For the cover of VNA 26, we’ve returned to the UK to chat to a hugely influential artist and a bit of a personal hero of ours, Robert Del Naja, a character from the art world perhaps better known by his musical moniker; Massive Attack’s 3D. Featuring our first ever glitter screenprint, this is a milestone in VNA history and we’re pretty stoked with this collaboration with the Bristolian artist.
Record-breaking anti-advertising action hits UK streets from Brandalism.
That there Bristol-based spraycan rattler, 45RPM, also does silly things with a camera, when he has enough silliness bottled up, he distills it and turns it into high-grade printed material.
More jump off after the jump off…
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