I got this from the Brooklynite Gallery (I dare you to click the link and not start dancing) and really liked this video, then read Vandalog's take on it. I would really like to think that the artist is Basts' brother and is around 70 years old. Make your own mind up and leave your comments here at artbleat or on the Vandalog blog.
If you really want one you better be quick £50 HERE
"Guy Denning has just finished his next piece for the upcoming 'BEAT THE CLOCK BURGER PRINT' - it's £25 and on sale for 25 minutes. There is no limit to the print number but one of the lucky buyers will get the original"
You can see Guy in action creating this masterpiece below.
It comes in an edition of only 6
Titled Lola - Mini Canvas Edition, Measuring up at a modest 16" x 12" (40cm x 30cm)
Medium: Montana Gold spray paint on Canvas with each canvas being "Unique due to the way the splashes of paint is applied".
These are signed, dated, and numbered on the reverse by the artist and comes with a Full Signed Certificate of Authenticity Cost £100 plus shipping.
Visit the Grafter shop HERE
Jibbering Art are curating a beast of an art exhibition in an old warehouse, slap bang in the middle of Birmingham’s creative hub, Digbeth.
With pioneers of UK graffiti, exhibiting alongside the new wave of street artists, this is a show not to be missed!
Artists confirmed are: Aida, Best Ever Crew, Blam, China, Chu, Cyclops, Dave Gaskarth, Dora, Dscreet, Inkie, Jay Bo, Jinpow, Juice 126, Kem, Kid Acne, Log, LX.ONE, Mac 1, Mef, Newso, Part2ism, Peter Dixon, Plimsoul, Pure Evil, Remi/Rough, Rowdy, Semor & Co, Sickboy, Sweet Toof, Timid, The Krah, Them Lot, Vermin & Zoot.
For more information about this exciting show go here.
The Print "Child of our Time" will be a heavily hand finished 7 layer hand pulled job.
From an edition of 50.
Measuring up at 380mm X 550mm
Weighing in at £100 plus shipping
As a bonus Oliver will be in the Kent gallery garden on the release day doing a bit of painting, 10am onwards.
Domestic Science which is being held at Signal Gallery in Hoxton will run until 13th June and promises to be well worth a visit judging by the previous work that Russ has been turning out.
Titled FLOWER POWER
Canvas: 12" x 16" (deep edge)
Cost: £75.00 plus P&P
You are going to have to speak to the man himself to make a purchase, you can reach him here at firstname.lastname@example.org
(it looks like there are only 2 left so best get a move on if you want one)
Duck Art has released a set of 4 prints titled Liberty by Mike Coles.
Mike is the artist who has been responsible for the visuals (artwork, video, design) at Malicious Damage Records for the past 30 years for the likes of Killing Joke, the Orb, and Youth.
The prints are titled (from top left)LUNCH, FLUSH, BURN and DROWN.
They are hand stamped , numbered and signed by Mike Coles.
Printed on Hahnemuhle 308gsm Photo Rag Matt Paper.
Measuring up at 12" X 12"
From an edition of 20
Cost is £120 for the set
"This Tuesday, May 19th Shepard Fairey will be releasing his latest creation, “A Heartbeat And A Guitar And The Making Of Bitter Tears”. Here is a little bit about the image:
“A Heartbeat and a Guitar tells of the collaboration of two distinct yet connected musicians—iconoclast Johnny Cash and pioneering folk artist Peter La Farge—and the album they created, Bitter Tears: Ballads of the American Indian. It also tells of the unique personal, political, and cultural struggles that informed this album, one that has influenced the likes of Bruce Springsteen and Bob Dylan.
D’Ambrosio has interviewed dozens of Cash’s and La Farge’s friends, family, and collaborators, including surviving members of his band, his producers, and Pete Seeger and Kris Kristofferson, creating a dramatic picture of both an era of radical protest and the making of one of the most controversial and enduring works of political pop art of the 1960s"
(Is it me or has Johnny got a funny shaped head in this print?)
Measuring up at the usual 18" X 24"
From an edition of 450
Costing $50 plus shipping
Limit of 1 per person
LONDON has Laz inc opening a new space at Rathbone Place behind Oxford street on Friday 15th according to their press release this is an
"elegant, five-storey Georgian townhouse (open) to the public on Friday, 15th of May at 2pm. With just under 4,000 sq. ft of space for exhibitions, studios, and offices to play with, our first show will be the next installment of the Lazarides cornerstone, the ”Outsiders" group show, featuring brand new work from Micallef, Bast,Conor Harrington, David Choe, Faile, Jonathan Yeo, JR, and Vhils, to name but a few, as well as some outstanding pieces from some very special guests"
I am looking to get over on Tuesday (closed Mondays) if I can get some photos I will stick them up on the Artbleat Flickr
Stolen Space have their Jeff Soto show "The Inland Empire" starting with a private view on Thursday 14th May, and then running until 7th June. There will be a 5 colour print available and a run of the Storm Clouds books signed by Jeff (sponsored by Tiger Beer so you know what that means)
USA: On May 9th, The Brooklynite Gallery hosted a workshop for kids to come and create a piece of original art work that will be for sale during the exhibition on the 16 May. In addition, they are showcasing kids work on an international level, with many kids submitting work to the show from Europe & Ethiopia. A special section of the gallery will be dedicated to Ethiopian kids art and will support the non-profit h2 Empowers mission to build a library in an Ethiopian village. Collaborations with Joe Black, Sick Boy, Pure Evil, Miss Bugs, K-Guy and a host of others will also be on display.
BRISTOL: Friend And Co. will be hosting a re-run of their Acerone opening (which was rained off last week) on Thursday 15th
Prints are already available on their website at a more that fair £25-£80 price range .
BRIGHTON: I keep banging on about this but it is a cracking line up. Above is an image of the free signed print by Snub23 that will be given out to the first 100 through the door
Have a look at the TB&TC blog HERE to read up more about the show
I am in the mood for a quick list of prints and stuff that are available for under £100 starting with. Ryan Milner "I kill the bus driver"
Phone Booth Gallery
6 Color Screenprint. Signed and Numbered on Boise Smooth Opaque 100 lb. cover.
SIZE: 16 x 20 INCHES
Cost $25 +shipping
The Rage edition of 5 (each different)
Hand cut, multilayer stencil on canvas.
Stamped and numbered
Measuring up at 24cm x 30cm x 4cm
Cost only £25 (inc postage)
Snub also has a range of Route-One T-shirts in his shop you may like to have a look at
Appetite for Seduction from Stella Dore
Screen print on found paper, hand finished by the artist with pen, ink, spay paint and graphite
Measuring up at 15cm X 20cm
Breaking Thru from Edge Arts Small is Beautiful show
Spray paint on Canvas edition of 20
Blue, Lavender , Orange, and Red (5 of each)
Measuring up at 20cm X 20cm
Costing £65 plus postage
The next shout was from Prefab who popped down for a short stop over and left their mark on the side of Prime on the corner of Church street and Gardner street, watch the video below:
I'm a little late on this having read about it on the forums and on Vandalog already, however I thought I would post it anyway.
Pest Control have announced that they are now the sole point of sale for Banksy.
So I'm guessing there may be something new soon from Banksy, or why else make an announcement?
This is: Love Painting 2009, its a Spray paint stencil on 300gms somerset paper
Measuring up at 16" X 20" and in an edition of 30.
Signed, numbered and with a COA
Titled Snub Scrawl in an edition of 5 and measuring up at 30cm X 24cm.
You can pick one of these little beauties up from the SNUB SHOP for a more than fair £30 inc postage (£35 international)