The 100 Houses brings together a 100 artists, illustrators, and street artists in support of housing and homelessness charity, Shelter. Given the theme of ‘house’, each artist has produced a unique piece of artwork 10-inch square in size. This exhibition will open at the Tobacco Factory, Bristol, on November 16 and will run until November 30. The exhibition is curated by artist Paul Roberts.
Secret 7″ is a project aimed at artists of all calibre to design a 7 inch record sleeve cover. The designs will be based on a chosen musician and track, from the likes of The Cure, Florence and the Machine, Bombay Bicycle Club, CSS, DJ Shadow, Noah and the Whale and Ben Howard. Between April 18-22, the Idea […]
Loch Ness is a freelance illustrator who takes inspiration from comic art, graffiti and music, especially from the 60s and the psychedelic era. His work is prominent amongst the Bristol urban art scene. I love his comic-like characters, his work overflowing with imagination bursting with so much content your mind is sent into another dimension.
Brand New are one of my favourite bands. I have followed them for many years and watched their music evolve. I had the pleasure of interviewing them many years ago when I studied at university and did band reviews for the paper. Since then, their music has continually diversified.
On a recent trip to New York I became the proud owner of a kid robot swatch watch designed by Frank Kozik. There are eight artists in this kid robot collection: Tara Mcpherson, Gary Baseman, Joe Ledbetter, Jeremyville, SSUR Ruslan Karablin, Tilt, MAD, and Frank Kozik. With each watch you get your own little dunny, […]
Andy Council is a Bristol-based artist and illustrator. His style is very individual and stands out amongst the Bristol art scene. Dinosaurs are his trademark, which are cleverly and uniquely constructed out of inanimate objects and structures.
I am a lover of all things Polaroid. In October 2008 The Impossible Project saved the last Polaroid production plant for integral instant film and started to invent and produce totally new instant film materials for traditional Polaroid cameras. In 2010, The Impossible Project saved analog instant photography from extinction by releasing various, brand new and unique instant films.
Frith Street Tattoo is based in Soho, London, and it’s where I go to get my ink done by a very talented Stewart Robson. I base my tattoos on my paintings and Stewart very kindly puts his own spin on it and creates these wonderful images for me with immense detail and precision.