Jim Vision Colourful Women

Colourful Women - Marcia

In 2020 the world has seen some monumentally challenging situations and none more so than the fight to raise awareness for ‘Black Lives Matter’, a fight for racial justice and equality. Following the Lockdown, Mural painter and artist Jim Vision, initiated a mission to paint empowering women of colour on walls throughout Shoreditch and Brick Lane with his series Colourful Women. 

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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.

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New Year New Walls

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.

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Jim Vision’s Dancers

So, we didn’t realise this was a thing, but apparently it’s World Ballet Day today….Happy Ballet Day! In honour of this bizarre worldwide holiday we’ve compiled a few of our favourite shots of dancers in front of Jim Visions walls.

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MOS Wiesbaden 2015

This summer, a small team from the EndoftheLine crew headed over to Wiesbaden to paint for the original Meeting of Styles festival. Taking a prime position at a water station just set back from the main site, the guys came up with a collaborative underwater theme mixed in with some banging characters and letter wildstyles…

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Creating Waves with Jim Vision

Jim Vision has been taking over East London for quite some time now. East London is all about making waves, and Jim shows us how to do exactly that through his monumental wall murals scattered from Redchurch street and beyond. Look out for these tsunami style paintings with an apocalyptic feel coming to a wall near you.

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Jim Vision X Ekto at The Nomadic Community Gardens

A few weekends ago when the sun was still shining Jim Vision teamed up with Meeting of Styles artist and the master of 4d lettering, Steve Ekto and headed on over to the Nomadic Community Gardens Shoreditch and the old home of Meeting of Styles UK festival.

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Wake Life Weekender X White Canvas Project with Supremebeing

We’ve selected a few favourite shots of ours from the recent Wake life weekend festival in Cambridge. The EndoftheLine team joined a host of artists including Hicks, Dr Zadok, Stendec, Mr Penfold & All Type No Face to paint a 50m wall of potato crates…

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Jim Vision X Eduard Visan

Last weekend, Jim Vision headed out to Quaker street to recreate the incredible artwork of Eduard Visan….

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Amsterdam continued…

During our stay in the land of the Dutch, we spent some time at Kingspray festival (see previous article) for their national holiday King’s Day aka Koningsdag. But whilst we were there

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Jim Vision @ Kingspray

Last weekend we whisked off to the lovely Amsterdam, well Koningsdag to be precise, to paint at the world renowned Kinspray festival. Presented by Streetart_today, the festival showcased 12 different artists from across

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Terry Pratchett Photo Appreciation

Over the last 2 weeks, the nation have been going gaga for the Terry Pratchett tribute mural produced by Jim Vision & Dr Zadok just off Brick Lane. Before the piece was finished, articles were popping up from…

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