Souled Out Studios will be releasing a new Mau Mau piece sometime tomorrow February 1st.
Peep Show will be in the usual edition of 75. I have no idea of size however if they had some of the mermaid paper left over then it could measure up at 102cm X 50cm
Cost is £75 plus postage


Chris Stain has dropped some lovely hand finished screen prints over at his Big Cartel shop.
Below is Steady Rollin'
"I took this photo on my way to school one night in early fall. I love skateboarding but don't get much time to do it these days. Every time I see cats goin' by I get jealous"

Above is: Lookin' for Work
"Another shot from around the way tweaked a bit. Even the angels are lookin for work"
All prints are 2 colour screen prints on archival paper.
Hand colored with spray paint.
Edition of 30.
Measuring up at 19" x 12.5"
Cost $25.00 plus shipping
These and more can be found over at the Chris Stain SHOP



David Choe is the latest artist to lend his talents to helping the Haitian relief effort. Read below for the official blurb and links.
" Hemway Industries is proud to announce the launch of this new print by David Choe. All proceeds are being donated to benefit the Haitian Relief Effort.
Personally paying for the cost of the prints, David Choe has requested that all proceeds go to Yele Haiti, a foundation created by Wyclef Jean. This print measures 18″x24″ inches and is a Giclee print on archival paper and costs $300. Limited to 50 editions, the print is hand-signed by David Choe.
The print is available now for pre-sale only but will not ship until February 21, 2010.
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The Faile Bast Deluxx Fluxx Arcade 12th February - 27th March 2010
To kick-start the 2010 programme, Lazarides is proud to present a rare treat in the form of Faile, Brooklyn’s infamous collaborative duo. Bringing their unique vision to London and featuring long-time collaborator, Bast, the two floors of Lazarides Greek Street gallery will be taken over for a truly experiential exhibition.
Haunts of 80s populist culture inspire the distinctive concept show. Faile and Bast’s signature elements will resound throughout the galleries, no nook left uncovered, creating an explosively immersive installation. Interaction with a variety of participatory components will be encouraged among gallery visitors along with the added bonus of being able to purchase Faile artworks for a mere £2, unless that is, you want to use them within the exhibition, intrigued? You should be.
A hop, skip and jump away at Lazarides’ Rathbone gallery will be a 10-year retrospective of Faile’s work. Having emerged on the New York scene in the late 90s, they’ve gathered a firm following over the years with their flypostered vision transforming many a street the world over. Creating original imagery from an array of pop culture, their practice amalgamates: prints, paintings, collage, sculpture, murals and urban interventions.



Red Propeller have announced the addition of Joseph Loughborough to their gallery stable and to celebrate this weekend they are going to release the rather wonderful 'Autumn Sonnet' which is a signed, limited edition giclee print.
Measuring up at 30cm x 43cm
Cost £25 (+VAT)
As part of this years run of crunchburger prints it goes live on site at 10am Friday 29th January, 2010, and ends Monday 1st February, 2010 at midday.
Joe also had a selection of original charcoal drawings up for sale at Red Propeller but they sold so quick I missed the post.
However you could also check out Art-el who also have some very affordable originals from Joseph.



Tiny Showcase release a new Josh Keyes print on Tuesday 26th January. I am not sure if the image below will be the one released however it is the one Josh has chosen to illustrate the article below on his website

"Tiny Showcase (HERE ) will be releasing an edition of prints by Josh Keyes.
Unlike our traditional limited edition prints, this print will be available for one week, from Tuesday, January 26th at 7:30pm EST to Tuesday, February 2nd at the same time.
$15 of each print sold ($30 each) will be donated to Partners in Health Haitian relief efforts (
The prints will be 8 "x 10" which is about double the traditional size of a TS print



Jeff Antebi is a noted war photographer with extremely close ties to the Haitian people. Stolenspace Gallery has teamed up with Jeff to make many of his previously unavailable Haiti photos available as limited edition prints, with proceeds going to help several worthy relief agencies after the devastating earthquake. Each print will be signed, numbered and limited to 1 of only 150.
In Jeff's own words:
"To get a sense of my experience in Haiti, a very positive one, please read my essay from NPR here http://ow.ly/WtnrI went to Haiti twice in 2009. As recently as 6 months ago. Once to photograph the elections and once to spend time photographing portraits in Cite Soleil, one of the worst slums in the Western Hemisphere. On both occasions, I found the spirit and humour of Haitian people to be immeasurable, even in the face of such daunting living conditions.What's happening there right now, after this earthquake, is one of the most dire humanitarian catastrophes in decades. Requiring urgent and immediate care. Whatever ones personal moral and philosophical perspective might be, it never hurts to help people who are in need of clean water and medicine.Doctors Without Borders and Oxfam are the charities that we have chosen to benefit from the sale of each print.
I have been working with both for many many years." All of the photographs have been printed with the kind support of Genesis Imaging



Harry Diaz has just dropped his once a year $1.00 print and this one is a beauty. Titled Yet this is in an edition of 80 plus a special white run of 10 for $20. Best go HERE to Harry's Store before they run out
Yet 2010
1 Color Screenprint on Heavy Weight Metallic Paper
Measuring up at: 18" x 24"
Edition of 80Signed & Numbered
Cost $1 plus postage($9.99 to the UK)
...and One per person you cheeky monkeys

Yet White 2010
1 Color (Metallic Ink) Screenprint on Cougar 100lb. Cover.
Measuring up at 19" x 25"
Edition of 10
Signed & Numbered
Cost $20


The wonderful Mark Todd has a print now up at Tiny Showcase Demolisher is a five-color letterpress print and is based on his painting of the same title.

Letterpress Print
Edition of 100
Measuring up at 7.25" x 10" (plus border for framing)
Cost $25.00 plus shipping
Mark has chosen the Red Cross' Haitian Relief Fund as his artwork's charity. $250 dollars from the sale of Mark's artwork will be donated to the organization.
Mark Todd's JUGGERNAUT, new comic paintings and collage works on paper, is open through February 6th at Billy Shire Fine Arts in Culver City, California.



Agent Provocateur has released very ltd number of canvas editions of his Reach For The Stars to raise some money for the Haiti earthquake appeal
AP says:
"I have painted a small canvas edition of a new stencil I created with the Haitian people in mind, it's a simple image but with a serious message behind it. For every canvas sold £40 pounds will be donated to the DEC Haitian Appeal http://www.dec.org.uk/donate_now/ "

Title: Reach for the Stars
Canvas: 14"x18"x1.5"
CoA: yes
Cost: £40 (donated to DEC) plus £7.50 P&P (tracked and signed for in the UK / signed for rest of the world)
If you want to get involved in sending a donation and picking up a lovely canvas in the process then you will need to contact Agent Provocateur by email HERE or via his website HERE but you will need to be swift as they will not be around for long.



Shepard Fairey released his new print on Thursday and its still available to purchase now

Your Eyes
Edition of 450
Signed and Numbered
Measuring up at 18″ x 24″
Cost $45 plus postage



Drymounted.com beat me to this announcement so I nicked their words for a good cause.
When disaster strikes, it’s amazing to see how far people will go to help a cause. In this case, Danny O’Connor is rounding up donations for Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), and offering up an original painting as incentive to contribute. The Dust Is Yet To Settle was painted in response to the recent earthquake in Haiti, and can be yours just for contributing at least £2 to the rescue effort. Just follow the details below, donate some money to the cause, and drop DOC a line to let him know that you’ve stepped up to the plate for a chance to win this beautiful piece.
Danny explains:
"A bit different to some of my recent work with an abstract approach. Anyway I painted this piece (The Dust Is Yet To Settle) in response to the recent earthquake in Haiti. (Mixed Media on 16x16inch Canvas )
What I’d like people to do is donate at least £2 to MSF, then send me an email at oconnordanny@hotmail.com and tell me your name and that you have made a donation. After about a week of people donating I will round up the names that have been sent to me and draw a raffle and the winner will get this painting.
Obviously this is all done in good faith so please only contact me if you have donated.
You can Donate Here:
INTERNATIONAL: http://www.msf.org/msfinternational/donations/


The Poster Cause Project has a lovely little Dalek Open edition print for $15
Measuring up at 6" x 11" and printed on coated stock with ALL profits going to Doctors Without Borders
With the recent devastation of the 7.1 Magnitude Earthquake hitting Haiti's capitol of Port-au-Prince, reports have surfaced that "most of Port-au-Prince is destroyed". To support in the relief efforts, ALL 100% OF PROFITS from this print will be donated to Doctors Without Borders, an international medical humanitarian organization created by doctors and journalists in France in 1971. For more info, go here



This classic book has been updated and re-released and is now available at a bookstore near you
The press release reads:
" In 1973, author Norman Mailer teamed with photographer Jon Naar to produce The Faith of Graffiti, a fearless exploration of the birth of the street art movement in New York City. The book coupled Mailer's essay on the origins and importance of graffiti in modern urban culture with Naar's radiant, arresting photographs of the young graffiti writers' work. The result was a powerful, impressionistic account of artistic ferment on the streets of a troubled and changing city—and an iconic documentary record of a critical body of work now largely lost to history.

This new edition of The Faith of Graffiti, the first in more than three decades, brings this vibrant work—the seminal document on the origins of street art—to contemporary readers. Photographer Jon Naar has enhanced the original with thirty-two pages of additional photographs that are new to this edition, along with an afterword in which he reflects on the project and the meaning it has taken on in the intervening decades. It stands now, as it did then, as a rich survey of a group of outsider artists and the body of work they created—and a provocative defense of a generation that questioned the bounds of authority over aesthetics "
Vandalog are giving away a couple of copies of this book so if like me you are too tight to shell out £12.00, then get over there and enter before 6pm (GMT) on Wednesday, January 13th



Reyes78 has 2 versions of his Empire print availabe at his STORE and all for the more than fair price of $40 each. This is how Victor Reyes describes the print:
"This is the first Type Study print for me. It was printed by Breathing Door in San Francisco. The final piece is a construction of hand drawings from different setting done over a length of time, and Finished in AI. There are two colorways each the same price but of different quantities. The Prints Measure 14.3" x 22.3" The Black Print on White Watercolor paper is a run of 15. The Gold Print on Black Matte Paper is an Edition of 35, both series are Hand numbered and signed"



Shepard Fairey recently created some poster/print artwork for a soon to be released documentary on the Clash that coincided with the Let Fury Have a Heartbeat exhibition at Subliminal Projects.
The print is up now at Obeygiant.com and is signed by both Shepard and author/director
Antonino D’Ambrosio.
In an Edition of 450,
Cost $50(£35) plus postage (£23 to the UK)



Opening preview 15th January 2010 6-10pm
Show runs until the 14th February.
"ANDY COUNCIL returns with his solo show at Weapon of Choice Gallery, 14 St Michel’s Hill, Bristol BS2 8DT.
Mega City Fauna combines the artist’s celebrated style with some new departures and will be unmissable for fans old and new. Expect to see some new takes on the Bristol cityscape from this internationally acclaimed artist and illustrator. Andy brings us his beasts on a large and small scale and the result is a menagerie of the Bristol creatures rendered in a collectable and affordable way"


I was about to blog the new issue of The Street Art Journal and then noticed that
HOOKED had already done it far better than I could, so I nicked their words.
"The newest issue of the The Art Street Journal has just been published. This free monthly Journal is an international art publication focused on the most exciting voices in the art world. You can sign up for a free annual subscription over on the website HERE.
The January issue features cover pages by Mark Jenkins and Aakash Nihalani. Other features include interviews with Martha Cooper about The Wynwood Walls and Primary Flight during Art Basel Miami Beach 2009; Mark Jenkins, Stephan Doitschinoff and Zezao. Reviews of "Grifters" at Lazarides, "Mixed Signals" at Signal Gallery and "Fiesta Resistance" at POW.
The new Basquiat documentary "Jean-Michel Basquiat: A Radiant Child" is reviewed as well as a number of new art books and magazine in the magazines new bookshelf page. Sebastian over at
Unurth continues his monthly feature curating the Street Art photo pages.Looks like another fantastic edition of this monthly publication, be sure and sign up for your copy now!!"
In the interests of fair play I urge you to head over to HOOKED and have a look at their top50 for 2009 where you will find some lovely photos of some wonderful London street art



To see in the new year Joseph loughborough otherwise known as IllJoseph has launched an amazing competition to win this massive original painting.
The painting up for grabs is Acrylic and charcoal on canvas and measures up at 110cm X 120cm
All you need to do is find out the name of the painting that is being given away, then email your answer to illjoseph@hotmail.com including your name, your location and name of the blog you are reading.
The names of those with the correct title will be put in the hat and the winner drawn at random!
Closing date 20th January at 12 midday!
If you need a little help the name of the piece may well be found at Joeseph's Website.