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Joachim - Born To Paint Solo Show

Joachim’s Solo Show ‘Born to Paint’ is coming to London, March 2018

February 18, 2018

GraffitiStreet are proud to announce ‘Born to Paint‘, the debut London solo show by hugely successful Belgian street artist Joachim. Joachim is a young, prolific and highly talented street artist from Antwerp, Belgium. His distinctive graffiti pop-style is impossible to ignore. He is well known for his childlike spontaneity, as well as being willing to experiment […]

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Hunto, Street Art Mural, Carnaby Street, Soho London 2017.

Hunto Brings Love to the Streets of Soho, London 2017

October 16, 2017

You can’t miss Hunto’s brightly coloured murals dotted around London. Originally from Brindisi, Italy, Hunto moved to London’s East End and has been a major player in Shoreditch’s street art scene ever since. Brought up with graffiti and a book of Picasso, Hunto swapped his tags for characters and eventually developed an unmistakable style, full […]

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Add Fuel, Street Art Mural, Brick Lane, Shoreditch, London 2017. Photo credit Jose Pando Lucas

Street Artist Add Fuel goes out on the Tiles in Shoreditch, London 2017

August 4, 2017

Portuguese artist Add Fuel recently spent time in London for Festival Iminente, curated by fellow street artist Vhils, that brought a weekend of music and art to the streets of London. Add Fuel left a permanent art reminder ‘Remember your Roots’ on the famous Brick Lane, Shoreditch, an area dedicated to street art, paste ups […]

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Ben Eine and Ben Orki Grenfell Tower Tribute 2017. Photo Credit GraffitiStreet

Ben Eine’s latest mural honours the Grenfell Tower victims, London 2017

July 14, 2017

London artist Ben Eine has painted a new mural to honour the victims and survivors of the Grenfell Tower Fire one-month after the fire claimed more than 80 lives. The words that Ben Eine painted were from a poem that was written days after the tragic fire by the Booker Prize-winning Nigerian poet and North Kensington […]

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Nils Westergard, Stencil cut map of London, Underground 2016

Artist Nils Westergard stencils intricate map of London in 104 hours!

October 3, 2016

Nils Westergard travelled from Richmond, USA to London for our urban art group show ‘Underground 2016’ and he decided to bring his own map of the capital! Not just any map… a hand cut stencilled map, proving he’s a cut above the rest! Nils printed out a map of London, and then painstakingly cut between […]

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West London Day Centre, Streets of London, Tackling Homelessness

GraffitiStreet online charity auction raises money for londons homeless, 2016

September 7, 2016

Sunday 21st August 2016 at 20:00 (GMT) saw the end of our online charity auction. The auction was a great success and saw many of you bidding to purchase one of our specially painted canvases for streets of london charity, or one of GS limited edition sold out prints. The online GraffitiStreet Charity Auction featured and sold five unique […]

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Jordan Seiler, The Art Conference 2016. Photo © Erhan Korkmen

The Art Conference, The Ugly Duck, Bermondsey 2016

July 30, 2016

The Art Conference (TAC), brought together a programme of 15 international keynote speakers from the worlds of technology, art and culture and transformed The Ugly Duck, a three-storey 19th century warehouse, into a buzzing social engagement all with an interest in the future of this artistic global movement, and the role technology has within this exciting scene. […]

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Shackwell Street London © Pejac Street Art London

Street artist Pejac new installation, Downside Up, London 2016

June 29, 2016

Street artist Pejac new installation, Downside Up, coincides with his first ever major exhibition at the Londonewcastle Project Space, in London from 22nd to 31st July 2016, titled ‘Law Of The Weakest’.  In almost any city you visit around the world, at some point you’ll see somebody’s shoes tossed over a power line, a lamp-post, or some other difficult-to-reach spot. […]

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Street artist Stik, Pride in London 2016. Photo © Stik

STIK Banner Represents Hackney at ‘Pride in London’ 2016

June 27, 2016

Stik and a large crowd from Hackney joined the party as thousands of people of all genders, sexualities, race and faith came together for Pride in London on Saturday 25th June. The festival celebrates London’s LGBTQ+(lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, Queer +) community with theatre, dance, art, talks, parties, cinema, events and activities across the city. […]

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Jose Montmayor @ The Art Conference

The Art Conference (TAC) Coming soon to Bermondsey, London 2016

May 28, 2016

The Art Conference (TAC) invites you to Bermondsey’s ‘Ugly Duck’ conference centre to explore and celebrate Urban art. The busy two-day celebration, 23rd – 24th July 2016, will include film screenings, panel discussions, exhibitions and digital installations. Attendees can experience the intersection and evolution of technology, art and culture via a carefully selected program of international keynote speakers, each […]

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Beer time London Invasion 2016 Photo © Space Invader

Space Invader, Invasion of London 2016

April 8, 2016

Space Invader is the pseudonym of a well-known French urban artist whose work is modelled on the crude pixellation of 1970s-1980s 8-bit video games. He took his name from the 1978 arcade game Space Invaders, and much of his work is composed of square ceramic tiles inspired by video game characters. The French street artist […]

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