Prefab77 have dropped a new print titled Crown.
It's available in 2 versions normal and AP, now from their big cartel store HERE
This I like, being a continuation of the exploding icon theme and coming in that lovely punk styled dayglo AP.
Keep your finger on the f5 button and they will appear.

2 colour screenprint with metallic silver paint finishing.
Edition of 100, signed, stamped, numbered.
Printed on 300gsm Arches 88
£40 plus P&P

2 colour screenprint with 3 colour stencil.
10 APs available, signed, stamped, numbered
£110 plus postage



London Miles Gallery will be hosting a day with USA Graff legend Duster curated by Don.
A £25 ticket gets you up close and personal with Duster for a talk and a Q&A session as well as being able to watch a screening of Style Wars (have a look on youtube) and entry to a photo exhibition featuring original photography by Martha Cooper and Henry Chalfant.
Plus if that was not enough your own exclusive signed DUSTER Metro map print.
Tickets are, as you would expect Limited so get your name down by heading HERE and booking your place before they all go.



I nicked the writeup below from HiFructose blog, its worth clicking the link and having a look as they have some lovely show preview photos:
The Italian duo of Sten and Lex will be bringing their unique hand-cut "stencil posters" (as they're both stencils and posters) stateside for the first time this coming weekend (October 16th to be exact) when they'll be showing with HF-favorite Gaia for 'Portraits' over at Brooklynite Gallery. A celebration of the subject, 'Portraits' is an intriguing look into visual derivation as the three artists create conceptually revolutionary works in the typically tedious genre. As an added bonus, Drago Books will be on hand for the opening to promote the new Sten and Lex publication.
If you can't make it as I can't, then you can join in the fun via the Live TV button on the gallery website HERE OOPs! The Live TV is not working tonight so forget that idea.



The launch party for the latest issue of V.N.A. is this Friday at the Moniker At Fair in London.
You might be lucky and get your hands on a special edition VNA 13 with a screenprinted cover by Eine, and all sorts of other goodies that will be available at the event.
To be on the guest list, please email rsvp@verynearlyalmost.com



This looks like fun if you are in the Sydney area, any event that includes Pure Evil, Anthony Lister and Copyright on the same bill gets my vote.
It's too early to write fluffy stuff so hear is the press release (in part):
Paste Modernism returns in it's second incarnation with a list of local and international paste-up artists such as: SMC, JUMBO, ZAP, PURE EVIL, COPYRIGHT, ROYAL, DRYPNZ, OLIVE47, BUNKWAA, RICO, KONSUMTERROR, FELIX, APESEVEN, MAX BERRY, BEN FROST, BRIDGE STEHLI, NUMSKULL, ANTHONY LISTER, HA-HA, DRAB, VEXTA, MINI-GRAFF, ESJAY, HOUL, CREON, JOHN DOE + MANY MANY MOREOver 40 artists have entered the space over 4 days before the opening, to transform the walls of Lo-Fi into a visual mash-up of pasted up creations, that is normallyonly ever seen on the streets. From hand painted colour to black and white photocopies, from screenprints to large scale drawings - the only restriction is that the workmust be on paper and must be able to be wheat-pasted to the walls of the gallery.In the same way that street art is a movement available to everybody, the concept of Paste-Modernism is not defined by any 'artist heirachy' or exclusivity and so the call-out to artists was open to everybody who wanted to particpate. In doing so we hope to generate not only a further appreciation for the artform but innovation by the artists as they work beside each other in the space.The exhibition will only be up for 4 days and will evolve over the duration of the opening as artists contiue to add and modify the walls as they see fit. Because of Pastemodernism's ephemeral nature, none of the artwork will be for sale, and will rely heavily on documentation to be uploaded to the internet for it to continue on..Curated by Ben Frost and Bridge Stehli.Venue: Lo-Fi Collective, 383 Bourke St, Darlinghurst, Sydney. (above Kinsellas on Taylor Square)http://www.wearelofi.com.au/collective/Opening: Thursday October 7th, 2010 - 6pm - 9pmexhibition continues until Monday morning 11th October -
pastemodernism will be open from 5.30pm - 8pm friday, saturday and sundayextra opening hours will be detailed on the pastemodernism 2 facebook page ::


The Word to Mother Private view is tonight, get on down to Stolen Space Gallery if you are in the east London area.



SPQR has a few original stencils up for grabs over at his Big Cartel store.
Super Soft has a total edition of 40. Twenty of which were pink and sold at the London show at Signal Gallery in September. The other twenty available now are in a choice of six colours. One red, three yellow, four light blue, four green, five blue and three orange.
Measuring up at 38cm X 28 cms
Signed, dated, numbered and embossed on the front and to you Sir £65
SPQR says:
As each of these prints are all hand pulled and hand sprayed by the artist then each has its own unique peculiarities, true to the DIY punk ethic i aspire to.

Super Soft (light blue)

Empty? Consume Art

Four layer sprayed stencil and one black layer hand pulled screenprint on Somerset Velvet art paper.
Total edition of 18. Nine of which were for sale at Signal Gallery. Each print in this edition has a totally unique colour combination. Hand sprayed shades of colour , gold or silver glitter, and finished with matt or gloss lacquer.
Measuring up at 56cm X 36cms
Three deckled edges , bottom edge is straight cut.
Signed and embossed on the front then signed, numbered and stamped on the back. And all that for £85 of your hard earned