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Supremebeing x WCP x End of the Line

Supremebeing teamed up with End of the Line to present the fifth White Canvas Project at Rockwell House Rooftop. The event not only housed a number of artists and their work but also saw the launch of limited edition varsity jackets from Supremebeing.

The jackets come in four designs created by four uniques artists. With only 200 of each design made these will be first come first served basis from the drop date of 1st November online.

Mr Penfold Black b

Mr Penfold Green b

Ornamental Black b

Check out some images from the event after the drop.

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Supremebeing presents Above The Rail

Supremebeing presents Above The Rail, as part of The White Canvas Project, in association with Beyond Retro and End of the Line.

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The show features 16 artists working on canvases made from recycled clothing and wood. Artists include Will Barras, Mr Hicks, Guy Mckinley, Dotmasters, Mr Penfold, Sheryo, Yok, Jim Vision, Stendec, Dotmasters, Pinky, Hold Your Tongue, Grossmary, Neist, Mateus Bailon and Dr Zadok. The exhibition opens at Beyond Retro, Cheshire St, Shoreditch, 11th July – 5-9pm.

Cambridge Wood Works, Posca, System 3 and the original MTN are also supporting, so you know this is legit.

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SheOne talks 'White Canvas Project'

Last night was certainly a busy evening for the East London art scene, but thankfully the VNA team were able to make it down to the launch of ‘White Canvas Project’ before too many free beers were consumed along the trail. The show was a collaboration with Supremebeing and featured work by Mr Jago, Will Barras, David Walker, Bue the Warrior and SheOne, who also curated it. We were lucky enough to sit down with SheOne, drink some cider, care of the event sponsor Kopparberg, and have a little chat about the exhibition..

How did the whole project come about?

I got involved when I met David from Supremebeing and he was with Dave Walker, one of the artists; they were knocking around this concept about making an art project and asked me if I’d be interested. Then they told me we were going to spend a long weekend in a secret location in the countryside painting and having BBQ’s and bonfires, so I said ‘yes definitely, I’m up for that!’. We didn’t really know what we were letting ourselves in for but luckily the five artists involved were all quite good friends already so we had a great creative weekend, all spurring eachother on to get out of our comfort zone and make something different. The concept of working on salvaged furniture and car parts was really interesting because none of us knew what we were going to paint until we got there; there was just a big heap of salvage and you just had to pick through it and see who was going to paint what. It worked out really nice.

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