Tag Archives: Jodie Smith

45rpm Interview – Creative Regurgiation

moosey

One of art’s greatest merits is it’s all encompassing nature; able to include any theme, utilise any medium, and express any concept of the artist’s choosing. The later has been thoroughly explored by Bristol-based multidisciplinary artist, 45rpm. In his own words; “If there is a creative pie, then my painty fingers are in it.” The vastness of his artistic scope has been demonstrated time and time again, from his long running sketch-a-day series, to his recent solo exhibition at Moosey Art. Continue Reading →

Snik x Martin Whatson – Affinity

12328072_466108876911415_360020257_nIt has been just over two years since we last caught up with stencilling aficionado duo Snik, but now we are back again to find out more about their brand new collaborative exhibition with Norwegian fellow stencil artist Martin Whatson. “Affinity” combines the dual disciplines of graff’ writing and stencil, across a variety of both new and old compositions, into an entirely new body of both individual and collaborative work which goes on show at the Modus Art Gallery in Paris. Continue Reading →

The TINYPINK – A New Breed of Stencil Cap

LineUp

The urban art industry seems in a constant state of flux as both innovators and artists themselves push the medium and technique to new heights; to achieve a bigger wall, a brighter colour or, in the case of the all new TINYPINK, a thinner, crisper line. With just two days left on it’s Kickstarter project, the final step aiming to raise the initial production costs for the finished product, we went in for a closer look. Continue Reading →

Tom French – TRANSCEND

tom-french-lag-flyer-with-logo

Step into the illusionary world of Tom French, who tricks our eyes with pareidolic abstractions and hidden features. In his first solo show in two years French is back and better than ever, with an entirely new body of work, having mastered the style which we last saw him working on in the wildly successful sell-out, FLUX. Transcend invites the audience to look a little closer at the subconscious, metaphoric paintings which represent the multiple facets of the conscious mind in evocative pictorial form.

Continue Reading →

Snub 23 Solo Show – POLYHEDRON

20626_809211622556525_8103446459072791665_n

With his first big event of the year, cyborg heavy-hitter Snub is treating us to POLYHEDRON, an all-new solo show in Southsea, Portsmouth, between the 2nd and the 30th of April. One of the key themes in the exhibition is to capture demonstrate the scope of the Brighton-based graphic artist, as mentioned when we caught up with him for a quick interview about the new show. Continue Reading →

StreetArtNews – Spotlight on VNA

Huge shout outs to Rom Levy at StreetArtNews for the love on their website today – here’s a little insight into VNA and the Managing Editor behind the mag.

ROLAND HENRY VNA PORTRAIT CHARLIE_COOK 2016

Check out the link for a little background on who we are and what we do…

www.streetartnews.net/retrospectives/roland_henry_vna_word_on_the_street

“After Midnight” – Muretz Solo Show

12745671_552195184948623_540015451278951961_n

Norwich-based Moosey art have brought another international name to the eastern edge of the country this month with an all new solo show from Sao Paolo artist, Muretz. “After Midnight” focusses on Muretz’ 2015 body of work which spans over a period he describes as “times where I needed to evolve and take a step beyond.” We caught up with him moments before he boarded his flight to the UK for the show. Continue Reading →

Mr. Penfold – False Advertising

CPrAqnzWEAANlbWMr. Penfold is back and brilliant as ever, in Norwich for the first time since the regionally ground-breaking “Art in My Mouth” group show hosted by the locally based Moosey Art collective. “False Advertising” is a fresh culmination of abstract work based on Penfold’s long-term muse, the humble pre-rolled cigarette. Continue Reading →

Shaka – Breaking the Fourth Wall

Creating art that catches the eye and draws the attention is something that artists around the world strive for, be it with size, bright colours, high impact subject matter or one-of a kind delivery, everyone wants to produce something that reaches out and grabs the audience. However, in the work of French-born artist Marchal Mithouard it could just do literally that. We got in contact for a short interview and asked him to tell us a little about himself.

10329815_629398260499473_4785344572085791697_o

Continue Reading →

“Street Art, Book Art” – Ingrid Beazley

2015_Heni_StreetArt-11

Street Art and the Baroque have not always been the closest of partners, be it due to their wildly different demographics, styles or time periods, however teacher turned curator Ingrid Beazley has aimed to change that in a three year long project which began when she collaborated with Stik, an artist who requires no introduction, and asked him to create his own reinterpretations of the old masters’ pieces. Three years and sixteen further collaborating artists down the line, today Beazley is the figurehead of a project that even she states is “more successful than I ever imagined.” Continue Reading →