The UK Meeting of Styles festival comes to London – Full Press Details are here.
Sandwiched between the tracks on the north side of the overground between Shoreditch High Street and Whitechapel station you will glimpse an organic space filled with activity, and surrounded by painted walls. Imagine spending 3 days in a garden oasis, in the middle of the city, immersed in live painting and music, and all for free.
This weekend Jim Vision and 12 other artists will be taking part in Endangered 13 – head down on sunday to check out the artwork being painted. ENDANGERED 13: A mural project raising awareness of endangered species. 13 artists take on a 120 metre stretch of railway arches in Tower Hamlets, London. www.humannatureshow.com/endangered13
2016 has had a somewhat tumultuous start, what with one thing or another, moving studios, running our retrospective show “Neverended” and planning the UK Meeting of Styles, we’ve not really had a chance to take a breath. The show only just been put to bed when we were tasked with creating a mural for Studiocanal’s recent release “High-Rise” starring Tom Hiddleston, Luke Evans and a host of eclectic British actors and directed by Ben Wheatley.
EndoftheLine are popping up this month on Redchurch Street, E2, at the Londonewcastle space with a huge retrospective show of works from our in house collection.
Neverended: A 10 Year Retrospective is now open and our catalogue of artworks for sale is available to view online.
NEVERENDED: A 10 YEAR RETROSPECTIVE
at Londonewcastle Project Space | 28 Redchurch Street | London | E2 7DP
Private View: Wednesday 10th February 6.30 til 10pm
Press Preview Wednesday 10th 4 ‒ 6pm
Exhibition Runs: 11th February ‒ 28th February 2016
New Year, New Walls.
Despite the impending cold snap (actual winter really?!) looming and the inclement weather we’ve been experiencing many artists and painters have been out creating new works in the start of 2016. I for one love to see walls getting a spring clean and new pieces popping up all over, a few of which you can see in this post.
Everyone has Star Wars fever. And it’s spreading fast!
In the build up to the release of the long-awaited The Force Awakens, it seems every company in the world is trying to hop on the Star Wars tip and find a way to get over to the darkside in time for Christmas….
Jim Vision has been in the lab for the last couple of weeks prepping for the crazy Christmas month ahead. After paying tribute to Noryoshi Ohrai on Pedley street, he started his second Star Wars inspired piece ready for ‘The Artist Awakens’ exhibition opening on the 17th December at the Underdog Gallery. The “Force Awakens’ canvas took around 2 solid weeks to complete and is a stunning amalgamation of some of the most iconic and beautiful film imagery mixed with classic Jim Vision explosions, apocalyptic skies and galaxy utopia.
Now we just couldn’t wait that long to get this out, so we have offered up an opportunity to get your hands on this piece in print for a limited time only!
EndoftheLine are running a competition to give YOU a CHANCE TO WIN your very own 29cm x 37cm print. Simply RT, Repost or share on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram WITH the hashtag #JimVisionPrint to qualify!
Ooh December is getting exciting!
I keep planning to leave the rat race early for Christmas and every time I open my Instagram or Facebook there’s yet ANOTHER great art show approaching that is keeping me stuck here in the smoke at the ready with the camera….
t was time to say goodbye to the beloved Terry Pratchett mural when Jim Vision headed out to the wall on Pedley street last week.
After a strong 8 months, the Terry Pratchett mural was looking slightly worse for wear, so Jim decided to pay tribute to another great artist that has inspired him over the years.