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Subism and Liquitex present: We Create Live – Manchester

Subism and Liquitex present ‘We Create Live’ A series of live art events around the UK. The first ‘We Create Live’ is taking place on May 8 in Manchester at Twenty Twenty Two in the Northern Quarter. Artists drawing on the night include – Irek Tankpatrol, Gent 48, Newso, Hannah Chole, Fleur Yearleys, Peter Barber, Curse 273, Miss Led and Manchesters very own Benjamino!


You can get your free tickets to the event at www.subism.co.uk/wecreatelive. There are also free Liquitex sample giveaways as well as an artist competition to win a place to paint and £200 of free Liquitex product.

Artist Miss Lead


Shoreditch to Saatchi

Liquitex x Subism presents SHOREDITCH TO SAATCHI which is an event that takes the talent of the UK street and graffiti artists, illustrators and designers to the prestigious white walled rooms of the Saatchi Galley.

Featuring artists work from Inkie, Dilk, Miss Led, Waste, Mr.penfold, Oliver Munden, Richt, 45 RPM and Ventsa. The first leg of the event takes place on 18th April from 8pm at The Book Club, Shoreditch. Works from the event will then be showcased at the Saatchi Gallery and auctioned online with funds will be donated to the Art Against Knives charity.


Video of the day – Eat Street Breathe Art

MeLikePainting presents: project “Eat Street Breathe Art” at the 3 day Art & Living Fair expo in Ahoy Rotterdam. A live paint where 12 Dutch cream of the crop street & lowbrow artists went into a 24 hour lock down. An all white room was the canvas. They want to show the effect art has on its surroundings.

Artists involved were Robert Rost, Lennaert Koorman, Baschz Leeft, Felix Spanjaard, Lucky Dubz, Venour, Codex Inferno, Leyp, Pinwin, Zender and MeLikePainting – the whole project was sponsored by Liquitex.

More from MeLikePainting here.

Movie of project: EatStreetBreatheArt. from MeLikePainting on Vimeo.

Street Artists Try Out Liquitex

A couple of weeks ago paint brand Liquitex invited a whole bunch of artists from a range of disciplines, including street art, to come and try out their new ‘Liquitex Professional Spray Paint’. The Graffiti Kings, Dale Grimshaw and Dan Kitchener were among some of the artists to try out the new product which ‘combines artist grade pigments with revolutionary water-based technology… offers color brilliance, lightfastness and durability in a unique low odor formulation.’

Check out the video below to see the results; you’ve still got time to head down and peep at the works created on the day at Griffin Gallery, the Studio Building, 21 Evesham Street as they will be on display until 12th September.