We are definitely heading down to this.
“AN INCREDIBLE GROUP SHOW AT WESTBANK GALLERY – 8TH OF DECEMBER AT 6:30PM
DOCUMENTING AND CELEBRATING ONE OF MODERN DAY CULTURES TRUE CHARACTERS AND GIVING THE ARTIST THEIR CHANCE TO IMMORTALISE THEIR VISION ON THE LATE GREAT HUNTER S THOMSON IN AN ART FORM OF THEIR CHOICE.”
“Taking Counter Culture Attitudes Into Mainstream Situations”
Westbank are also looking into the possibility of touring the exhibit at selected locations.
WATCH THIS SPACE!
The exhibition will run between 8th of December 2016 and 15th of January 2017.
The artists on show include: Tim J Fowler – Pam Glew – Gil Carvalho – Kimberley Thomas – The Thomas Brothers – James Mylne – Patrick Bremer – Mr Cenz – Kevin Guy – Carl Cashman – Ben Allen – Cheba Bristol – Tom ‘Inkie’ Bingle – Elliot Hood – James Starr – Carrie Reichardt – Fan Tripe – Osch aka Otto Schade – Tristan Schoonraad – Gemma Compton – Copyright Art – Paul McGowan – Keith Baugh – Dan Kitchener ( DANK ) – Dean Zeus Colman – Chris Bowden – James Lemak Cashmore – Trafford Parsons – Anthony McEwan – Carne Griffiths – Henry Martinez – Jim Vision – Darren West Neon Artist – Nicolas Dixon – Phil Bedford – Charlotte Posner – Stephen Bliss – Jim’ll Paint It – Frank E Hollywood – China Mike – Prefab77 – Nick Dutton
Show poster by Phil Bedford.
To attend the show please RSVP with your name to email@example.com
The new CMMNTY Site has launched and we are extremely proud to be a part of it. Having been asked to get involved by the founder Dave Newman, ex Supremebeing collaborator and all round lovely man to boot.
The first run of artists are: Daran Newman, Heyoka, Guy Mckinley, Jim Vision, Mr Incognito, Mr Penfold, Sheone, Will Barras & Skuff with the family of artists growing over time. Expect to see unique artworks and much more from all involved.
The North Face are launching a pop-up store off the Seven Dials in Covent Garden and EndoftheLine were tasked with creating a photo montage from printed instagram pictures. Hello You Creatives put up a little piece on the photo project that EndoftheLine worked on last month. Here it is.
In August 2016 Square Enix commissioned us to paint a mural with added lighting installation so we dusted off our design skills and got on the phone to the Custard Factory. The best location for a dystopian mural that we could find, in Digbeth by the arches, in the heart of the industrial warehouses.
It’s not every day that you get to paint a huge Star Trek mural so when our past clients Paramount Pictures got in touch to ask if we could paint a large mural of the key characters we jumped at the opportunity. Little did we know that in the meantime they were also working on getting one of the stars to come down and get involved. With less than a week to plan the whole project we got things moving to create a huge piece featuring the key baddie and goodies from the new film, Star Trek Beyond.
TAG Heuer commissioned Jim Vision to paint a World Touring Car Championship WTCC Chevrolet. The WTCC Art Cars were on show at Goodwood Festival of Speed near Chichester. EndoftheLine & Jim Vision were tasked with completing the artwork in one day live at the festival. The design featured the speed and vitality of Motor sports with vibrant colours, the Don’t Crack under pressure campaign brief and watch elements.
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