EndoftheLine Graffestival: Art & Music Jam at Nomadic Gardens

EndoftheLine end the summer with a Graffestival: Art & Music Jam September 21st & 22nd
Open Midday til 8/9pm.

This autumn EndoftheLine return to the Nomadic Community gardens, this is the 6th graffiti event we’ve hosted on the site since 2014. Since then we’ve hosted the annual Meeting of Styles UK festival 5 times and we’ve expanded the legal walls to include the walls surrounding the Allen Gardens and leading up to Brick Lane.

This is a special friends and family jam to celebrate the space which is closing soon and a grand finale to commemorate our involvement over the past 6 years.

With over 45 brilliant artists confirmed so far this is also your chance to witness a diverse range of artists and styles, from local and visiting graffiti artists as they team up to paint the home of East London’s largest legal wall spots.

Don’t miss the chance to do so in this unique location right nestled in between the trainlines with live music, DJ’s, screen printing & graffiti workshops, a range of food options and hot & cold drinks.

Music Line up so far:
Maj Duckworth

Daddy Nature & Liam Monaghan (Rompas Reggae Shack)
210 & Philly


Hobbit Beatbox & Ballzee
+ More info to be released soon.


Hertse Jeba Tizer Jasik Spore Tworise Lours Wrist Vile Korpz CazerOne Sleaf Core Nerks Neist Kaes ThisOne Lifergram Woskerski Reves Sidok Candie Bandit Vibes Trafik Edwin Ketones Riff Dill DahKoh Urocki Odisy Bronk Iko Ed Hicks Voyder Rasmus Jane Mutiny Saki Elno Elfin Roo Frankie Strand

All of this is part of a free 2 day art and music jam in the heart of East London.

Facebook Event here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1321295988030337

Donations & On Site Drinks:
Donations are gratefully received as this all helps to cover the costs of the event, a donation to the garden. Our on site licensed bars will be offering very affordable drinks.

Rubbish & Licensing:
Due to our license we must ask that you do not bring any hard liquor / alcohol or anything in glass on site. A small number of cans will be allowable earlier in the day but you will be charged a corkage fee to cover the cost of rubbish removal and clean up as the gardens is a volunteer space and waste is a huge issue that we all need to assist with. If you can, take your rubbish away and recycle, reduce and reuse.


Netflix Our Planet Mural Campaign

April 2019

Netflix commissioned EndoftheLine to bring the beautiful environments featured in the new series from around the world to different urban locations across the UK. There was an emphasis on connecting with the local community and raising awareness of the fragile and fantastic biomes showcased in the 8 part series.

EndoftheLine were tasked with designing the artwork with key flora and fauna based on the series. Our creative director Jim Vision took the lead on the artwork featuring Deserts to Grasslands, High Seas, Jungle, Fresh Water, Forests, and Coastal Seas.

EndoftheLine sourced the walls, artists and planned the production in each of the cities; London, Brighton, Birmingham, Manchester, Liverpool and Cardiff.

Spiderman PS4 Mural

In a bizarre twist we ended up painting a second Marvel related character in the space of a month, following our mural for Ant-man and the Wasp. We headed up to Birmingham to support Jim Vision in painting this huge Spiderman mural for PS4.

With the help of local artist Gent48, EOTL’s Matilda and our crack team of video crew we completed the mural in a record-breaking 3 days. Due to a tight schedule for the wall owners we had to complete it in super quick time.

The results are web-tinglingly brilliant. We’ll post the video on here shortly.



Enjoy the festive season with EndoftheLine

EndoftheLine Friends & Family Christmas Show opens Thursday 6th of December

EndoftheLine present our end of year Christmas show, come and celebrate an alternative to the usual silly season in our pop-up space in the heart of Shoreditch.

EndoftheLine X Graff.io Arts
Private View. From 6pm
End of the Line Friends + Family Christmas Show

We officially launch the show with a special Christmas party for all our friends and it’s open to anyone who’d like to join us. Details on how to attend below.

There will be special prizes to be won and a limited edition print available for early arrivals. Keep your eyes peeled we’ll be sharing more on this in the coming week.

Very happy to announce we are teaming up with Graff.io Arts & Monokrome to host them in our space over the weekend, expect special print giveaways, unique art prints and lots more on this also to come.

The second weekend of the EndoftheLine Festive Fair takes place on the 8th & 9th providing you a chance to pick up a handmade piece of art, jewellery, food, and clothes direct from a range of diverse creatives.

Come down and enjoy some tasty food & hot drinks whilst perusing this treasure trove of artistic delights, this is a great festive treat for your eyes and senses.

Here’s what you have to do to attend the opening night:
– If you’d like to be on the list please share the main event post and tag a friend you’d like to bring.
– Drop us an email letting us know you’d like to come – info@endoftheline.co (just.co)

Please also
– Go Like the EndoftheLine,
– Like Graff.io
– And follow the EndoftheLine Festive Fair to hear about all the artist, makers and creators getting involved.





Friday 7th Dec – 12-9pm – Shoreditch

MrLondon X Graff.io Arts

One of the worlds leading social media influencers Mr London is gathering with 3 of his favourite London-based photographers to exhibit a new collection of iconic London photos in Shoreditch on Friday 7th December. The exhibition is part of the EndoftheLine Festive Art Fair and comes as @MrLondon – aka Dave Burt – celebrates the launch of a new online lifestyle magazine www.mr.london with the release of a new range of high quality prints and canvases.

Dave is founder and chief editor of www.instagram.com/London which is widely regarded as “the most successful city on Instagram”. He has generated over 1 Billion views from his 2.2 million followers across narratives of food, travel. fashion, music and coffee and built a full-service social media agency off the back of it, making him one of London’s most influential social media entrepreneurs. His channels owe much of their success to the extremely high standard of photography created by Dave, his team of editors and a community of content creators.

The EndoftheLine exhibition will feature the new Mr.London high-quality print range which is hand-made in England, and made up of Dave’s own photography and that of renowned instagrammers @RonTimehin, @TMnikonianand @Pli.Pandamaking this a formidable line up if you’re followers of these much loved and highly revered creators. All 4 photographers will be present for a meet-and-greet on the day, and will be signing a limited number of prints and canvases which will be available for purchase and to take home on the day.

WATCH VIDEO >www.mr.london/prints

The Photographers:

Ron Timehin aka @RonTimehin is a freelance photographer, content creator and Sony imaging Ambassador. He is the man
behind 3 captivating shots of London in fog. His shots will grab you and reel you in, and his Instagram account is evidence of his popularity.

Peter Li aka @Pli.Panda moved to London 17 years ago from Hong Kong. Peter’s father gave him a camera 5 years ago when his daughter was born so that precious family moments wouldn’t be missed. Peter, with a background in art from St. Martins, fell instantly in love with photography and moved quickly to become one of Instagram’s most respected London photographers.

Tareq Mooradun AKA @TMnikonian is a natural inspiration to others. He continues to push his own limits to push others to push theirs. He is as likely to be found online as he is driving around London from 10pm to 7am looking for the perfect shot. He shares location scouting with his friends as he relentlessly tries to improve on every photo he takes.

Dave Burt AKA @MrLondon photographer, creative, entrepreneur, editor and the business mind & soul behind @LONDON, Dave creates photos that millions of people admire on a weekly basis and helps brands create ground-breaking social media campaigns.

Saturday 8th December 2018
11:00 – 19:00

Monokrome X Graff.io Arts
Graff.io Arts Takeover – Room 2

Graff.io solves Xmas, with something for everyone. Not to be missed!

Live Paint Jam – Courtyard

Graff.io Arts is a unique, British online art store. Work is produced in-house, in collaboration or curated into affordable collections that matter. Graff.io champions select artists and their work through creative collaborations that benefit the artist and provide unique and progressive art for new or experienced collectors.

Graff.io Arts are teaming up with End of the Line, MONOKROME and Mr London to host a pop up event on the 8th, giving away a limited number of prints, bringing exciting collaborations with fresh artists, including exclusive Monokrome editions & live painting in the courtyard. Don’t miss out on limited editions, never seen before originals, big canvases and a first come, first served giveaway of Augmented Reality art prints.

Don’t miss out! Keep your eyes peeled on our Instagram and Facebook (@Graff.io). #GetThemArt

EndoftheLine is hosting a specially curated lineup of festive treats in a special pop up space from the 1st of December 2018.

We present the EndoftheLine Festive Fair as part of our art showcase at our temporary gallery here in the heart of Shoreditch.

Over the first two weekends of December we have curated a very special group of stall holders, offering extremely affordable space for artists and makers to showcase their arts, crafts and hand-made products.

This gives you the chance to seek out a unique Christmas gift with a twist, direct from creatives. Cut out the online shopping and usual high street stores and get something special for your loved ones created by local independent makers, bakers & creators.

To help keep you warm and entertained there will be food stalls, music, hot drinks along with a variety of live acts and workshops.

Here are the key links you need to know:

EndoftheLine Festive Fair



Friends and Family Christmas Show



Life Drawing  Every Tuesday 6.30 – 9.30



Here’s a few of the great diverse creators we have on our line up across the 4 dates of the fair:

Natural Born Wine – https://www.instagram.com/naturalbornwine/

Purveyors of biodynamic wines supporting organic vineyards using traditional methods of wine production.


Claire Esault – https://www.instagram.com/claire_earthenwear/

Claire is newly self taught silversmith working with different metals, ‘The aim of my jewellery is to form it from as many recycled materials as I can, as I am extremely concerned with the nature of consumerism and how much of an impact it has on our environment. On this note, I am also inspired by forms in nature and in the ocean.’


Silvie Hruskova – https://www.instagram.com/silviehruskova/

Silvie creates wooden and veneer contemporary jewellery mostly made of grapevine wood combined with leather. With an emphasis on sustainable design, she sources wood from her local vineyard and leather from hunters, and in a unique twist she allows wine crystals to grow up the wood through a chemical reaction). This is her first time in London exhibiting these new pieces.


Roo Art – https://www.instagram.com/roo_art/



Ryan Donnelly – https://www.instagram.com/section10store/

” Sydney born and raised Illustrator Ryan Donnelly has been based in London for the past 4 years, working as a Graphic Designer while teaching himself 3D in his free-time. His work is inspired by his background in graffiti, as well as streetwear and his surroundings. Currently aiming to push himself further within the field of 3D to find his specialism, with several projects underway collaborating with other artists and designers.”

Big Aye Skateboards – https://www.facebook.com/BigAyeSkateBoards

Big Aye Skateboards make handmade, bespoke skateboards. With laser engraved graphics the decks are fully customisable in shape, size and design.

If you would like to have your own logo, design or one of his designs on a skateboard, Big Aye can make that happen. Bespoke deck shapes available from his range or you can have your own unique shape made.

Ant-man and the Wasp mural from Jim Vision

We thought you wouldn’t want to miss seeing this new mural for Ant-man and the Wasp mural from Jim Vision. Marvel Studios & Walt Disney gave Jim the heads up that they wanted a huge piece to celebrate the new film & it’s dimunitive stars, one that featured the ‘wasp’ wings in the centre so that people could really feel a part of it.

Due to the epic scale of the wall it feels as if you are a miniature hero just like Ant-man and the Wasp in the eponymous film.

The mural took Jim 4.5 days to paint and is located in the East end of London off Brick Lane, on Hanbury street. The pics attached are from Endoftheline & NotBanksyForum

The title is out now, as of August 2nd, so get your bee-hinds down to the cinema to check out the new release. Excuse our awful puns!

If you’d like to download any of the pictures here please use this link.

And if you make it down to the mural please do tag in #antmanandwasp or #jimvision or the following so that we can find your posts!

@jimvision / @endofthelineldn on Instagram

@jim_vision / @endofthelineldn on Twitter



Keep your eyes peeled as we have something special to share shortly too.

New JimVision / Endoftheline Show-reel

So it’s been mighty snowy, rainy, and cold but as things have been brightening there’s also some great things brewing in the EndoftheLine and Jim Vision camp. After a busy 2017 spent painting walls and working on community projects like the Nomadic Community Gardens & Meeting of Styles, Jim has put together a fresh show-reel

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Support an Artist & Help fund Jim Vision’s creative murals

Have you heard of Patreon or wondered how you can support an artist? Now is your chance to learn about both of these things. Patreon allows anyone to to create a sustainable income by running a membership business for fans. As many of you will know pursuing an independent creative business is hard, and doing so in London can be impossible sometimes.

What our founder Jim loves most is painting murals and artwork from the heart that connect with and inspire the viewer. We hope that you will take the time to check out the new Patreon page Jim that has set up. You can be a supporter of this great artist and help him to paint more beautiful works like those we’ve posted below. From as little as $5 (it’s an american site but with a global reach).

See the page here: www.patreon.com/jimvision

Patreon lists it’s key advantages as a way to create a meaningful revenue stream, regain creative freedom and that globally every month over 150 million is distributed. Apparently the average patron pays more each month than Netflix, Spotify and Amazon, which is pretty awesome!

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New Mural In Hanbury Street, London from Jim Vision


This year Jim Vision has painted numerous murals. This most recent and huge artwork is located on the side of the Banglatown Cash and Carry, off Hanbury street in the heart of the east end.  Though this is a personally led project Jim was advised by the shopkeeper that a piece that was somehow relevant to the local community would be gratefully received. And positively it’s been a situation where both an artist’s endeavour and the wishes of a wall owner coincide.

So it is that this new work, a piece highlighting man’s destruction of the natural environment, deforestation to make way for mass monoculture crops, is a sobering reminder that we must not forget our connection with the earth.  The piece also features a holi man at it’s centre dividing the beauty of the natural world on the left with the destruction and fire ripping through jungles and rainforest to the right.

As city dwellers we have to survive in this modern, corporate, profit-led world, but it is ever more important for us to strive to protect natural habitats, use more environmentally friendly power sources, lower the consumption of natural resources and to question the ethos and operations behind brands and corporations that want us to buy their products.

Is it too late for the human race to realise it’s full potential? Have profit, money and business overtaken the real human connection, between ourselves, the planet and nature?

Question also why the mainstream media has often portrayed ‘hippies’ as these odd people that seem to care about the earth more than buying new things and being a part of modern culture, and that this should be deemed as ‘strange’ or alien. It helps if your population are made to feel less caring for animals, forests and the natural world. But if you ask anyone if they would like to purchase a product that is made from resources gained through burning natural ancient jungle to make way for rubber plantations and palm oil products and that animals and people were displaced, hurt or destroyed because of this, the answer would be a resounding NO.

It’s time for the masses to wake up and be more responsible.

See Jims Instagram / Facebook to follow his projects and updates.

New Meeting of Styles T-shirt designed by Odisy / Alex Young

Very happy to announce that we have new tee-shirts to share with you – designed by Odisy and for sale via our Big Cartel shop.  Please check out more info on the www.meetingofstyles.co.uk site.

Prices from £15.

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Apply Now for Meeting of Styles London 2017

See the Meeting of Styles website here: http://www.meetingofstyles.co.uk/apply-now-for-meeting-of-styles-london/

MeetingofStyles London Applications open now! Apply here now. 

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CMMNTY™ Kickstarter campaign Launch : Feb 8th 2017

Learn all about the new kickstarter that CMMNTY are running to help push this project ever further.

Read all about it below and back the project right here.


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Westbank Gonzo Roundup December 2016 – January 2017

A selection of pieces from the Gonzo Show at Westbank Gallery in Portobello, West London.

The exhibition runs from 8th of December 2016 and 31st of January 2017.

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