In art history artists have been joining forces since forever. Today there are still many famous examples. Some of them have already been shown at Golden Hands Gallery, like Moses and Taps, or Graphic Surgery.
From LA to London, StolenSpace Gallery & ThinkSpace LA are joining forces to co- curate a group show in London at StolenSpace Gallery, opening Thursday 3rd September.
With a roster of over 100 incredible artists between us, this is due to be a show to remember!
Tag the Jewels is a worldwide street art initiative for which over 30 artists across 6 continents were invited to remix the ‘Run The Jewels’ iconic album cover art – two opposing hands, one forming a gun, the other holding a chain.
The artists were given a very simple brief and the freedom to express their own unique interpretations of Nicholas Gazin’s original artwork.
Low Bros have been getting busy in Germany, recently releasing this new video from the Work’n’Progress – Urban Art wall project at WerkStadt Sending in Munich:
These images are of the work in progress…
The Urban Nation guys have just dropped this killer video round up of the latest installment of Project M, part 4, curated by ThinkSpace’s Andrew Hosner.
Our man Henrik Haven has been documenting all the new window installations at Europe’s awesome upcoming urban art museum, Urban Nation by Curiot, Nosego, Alexis Dias, Andrew Schoultz, Word To Mother, C215, Low Bros, Glenn Barr, Joao Ruas, Fernando Chamarelli.
This no budget film project is a cooperation between the artists Low Bros and the filmmakers Editude pictures, 3D implementation by Tobias Wüstefeld and sound support from School Of Light.
“Menace Beach” is a unique tribute to the birth of skateboarding. Instead of re-hashing the past, the Low Bros are trying to re-capture the attitude and feeling of those early skate-innovators together through a multi-media film that references the different eras and influences of skate history.
“Menace Beach” had its premier at this year’s Pictoplasma, in the conference as well as of the same named solo show, which was part of the “Pictoplasma Character Walk”.
Low Bros are in town and got to work painting this shutter with Mr Penfold. Photos by Cheffo31.
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This Thursday, band Emperor Yes will be hosting the opening night of a three week long event up at Top Office Machines on Bethnal Green Road. There will be work on display from 18 artists including LowBros, Malarky, Billy, Mr Penfold, Milo Tchais and Paul Shinn. Each of the artists have created a piece based on the two songs coming out with the Emperor Yes single. Over three weeks you will also be able to catch some stand up comedy, a photography developing workshop, a magician, a 3D photo booth, a DJ set by GBENGA from Metronomy, and a ‘Sceptics in the Pub’ event called “Sharks don’t get cancer?” with guest speaker Ben Howard.
The opening night on 5th July will be supported by Hackney Brewery and Mr Penfold has designed a limited run of personalised EMPEROR YES AND FRIENDS labels which you can pick up.
Well worth heading down!
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Very Nearly Almost magazine (VNA) is proud to announce Issue 19, fronted by the Australian luminary Anthony Lister. Regaling VNA with tales of debauchery and allowing us a glimpse into the inner workings of his mind and multiple personas, Lister provides an in-depth interview alongside exclusive shots of his Brisbane studio.
As always we’ve created a limited edition too, a four-colour screen-print from Lister’s most recent body of work, commenting on the Australian identity. As usual, 80 of these will be available exclusively at the London launch, 20 in our online lottery and 50 will be sent out surreptitiously to stockists around the world.
Issue 19 includes exciting features on several other artists from around the world, including quite a few artistic double acts. We bring you interviews with south coast photo-realism duo Best Ever, German brothers Low Bros as well as the ever popular NYC based twins How&Nosm. We also delve into the world of illustrative master Ken Taylor, muralists Remed and ECB plus Japanese-Australian fine artist Twoone and UK-based illustrator French.
We will also be bringing you shots of street art and graffiti from around the world, with a focus on Newcastle, Reykjavik and of course our very own London town.
Pre-orders will be available on our website from today to be sent out out on June 28th.
To enter the online lottery and be in with a chance of purchasing a screen-printed VNA issue 19 please email LTD@verynearlyalmost.com before 6pm on 28th June to register your interest.