Jim Vision ‘The Force Awakens’ Print Available Now!

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! 

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If you want to bag yourself a guaranteed print then you have until the 1st Jan 2016 to buy yours. The print is available in different sizes on 305gsm Hahnemühle Photo Rag Ultra Smooth 100% Cotton Rag, pH neutral, Acid Free art paper. 

So click here to purchase or the image above, or head over to the Artist Awakens exhibition to pick one up!

Mr Jago – NIL

At the end of last week, the EndoftheLine team headed out to buzzing Soho to catch a glimpse of the latest solo show from Mr Jago, NIL.

Taking place at the Unit gallery on Wardour street, the space was filled with pieces big and bigger, all fine examples of classic Jago style; bright colours chopped together with a balanced mix of black and white. Expressionist brush strokes and paintings that have been turned on their head and splashed over again.

Having watched the man himself in action back at the Scrawl Collective reunion, it is a truly fascinating process that Jago takes to create these intensely appealing pieces, so to see a room filled with his labours was wonderful.

The Unit London was heaving with people eager to get their hands on the exclusive artwork, and Jago’s mum even came to give her support.

NIL runs until the 20th November, so get on down before it get’s taken down!!

Ph Tamara Elhaj



Cheshire Street fun times @ Above the Rail

Thanks to everyone that came down to the White Canvas Project last night at Beyond Retro! Great to see plenty of street party vibes, in the midst of some live painting from Mr Ed Hicks, and some delectable treats from the Cheeky Italian stall round the corner. We had a great turn out of people including all of the artists involved, the SupremeBeing crew, White Canvas regulars and new faces a plenty. Probably a highlight for avid street art fans was the appearance from New York graffiti legend Seen! Thank you to Supreme Being and Beyond Retro, who kept the crowd happy with their hospitality and refreshments – when these ran out the conveniently placed pub opposite meant we didn’t have to move…much. Inside amongst crazy printed garments, this treasure trove was bustling and the artworks sat nicely ‘above the rail’s, standing out whilst at the same time blending in, in their camo / leather / denim glory.

If you missed the event, never fear! The artwork will remain on show and on sale until August 11th

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Artwork left to right: Elfin, HoldYourTongue, Jim Vision

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Stendec and

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Ed Hicks live painting

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