I am an artist based in the UK, painting my own representation of the world around me. My paintings are a fine line between street art and fine art. I love working with decorating brushes, ink, acrylics, spray paint, stencils and plenty of water.
Looking Sideways is an art gallery that bridges the gap between art and boardsports. They have held art shows in unique and interesting locations, like core snowboarding events and curated an exhibition that encouraged thousands of people to create their own art using specially commissioned stickers. Recently, they have turned art into snowboards, put on […]
I’ve only just come across Apeseven, who has taken part in the Sidewayz show in Sydney raising money for the Voice charity. He grew up in the 1980′s Sydney skateboard scene. Spending most of his time exploring industrial areas and listening to hip hop, he lived on a healthy dose of anime, skateboard art and graffiti. Apeseven predominantly approaches work with a street art perspective, utilizing stencil, freehand aerosol, and traditional brush techniques.
I met up with the Mr. Four Fingers duo at the Art In Flux show at the Curious Duke in London. This was their first official show, which went down a storm, with them showing work such as Eve, Taint 2 and Cosmic Effuse. The guys have been busy in the studio getting work ready for their t shirt release. The first three designs are now ready to buy, all limited to a run of 200.
How amazing! Turn your bike into music with this Turntable Rider by attaching it to your bike. The bike wheels become jog wheels. The handbrakes become sound pads. Download a few tracks from itunes and get your bike out of the shed.