Bom.K – Progress on Pedley Street

Yesterday we ventured out of the nest after rumours told that our friend from across the waters was out painting on Pedley street. We’ve known Bom.K for quite some time now following a number of exhibitions including Meeting of Styles and Shades of Things to Come, and saw him last when he came over for a group show with his fellow crewdem, the world renowned french team Da Mental Vaporz for the Urban Masters show at Factory 7.

Now this gentle genius has returned to open the doors to his solo show as part of Moniker Art Fair. L’imprevisible Imaginaire is one of the most exciting exhibits to be shown in this fair and we cannot wait to get down to the opening night this evening to see what he’s been cooking up. On his arrival, Bom.K was also so kind to bring us a couple of gifts from his last shows. See his figure from Aerotik collection and a collaborative print from Bom.K, Brusk & Gris1.

L’imprevisible Imaginaire opens tonight at Moniker Art Fair and will run through until Sunday 18th at the MYA Gallery stand – Want to get a look in? Get your tickets here.

See more on Bom.K here.

See more on MYA Gallery here.

Ph Tamara Elhaj

Creating Waves with Jim Vision

Jim Vision’s work has been taken over the world. Like the tsunami style waves he has been painting from Tahiti to Teufelsberg, Shoreditch to the sunny shores of LA, Jim Vision’s waves have been taking the world by storm. Some of you may have seen some of these beauties in your local area, especially taking prominence in spots in Shoreditch from Dereham place, Rhoda street, Turville street and round the back of Redchurch street, but that’s not all. Jim’s waves have seen the likes of the Brooklyn Projects skate shop in LA, the Audience offices, the beautiful beaches of Tahiti and even at Koningsdag festival in Amsterdam. Can’t stop, won’t stop. Like a brut force, Jim continues to make waves on the street. Get your anoraks out.

See more on Jim Vision here.

First Thursday 01 Oct 2015

It’s been a nice week right? So why not celebrate by getting out on the town and checking out the latest and greatest in the galleries tonight. Frieze and Moniker are fast approaching so the events are getting exciting, and international artists are coming from all over to get a foot in. It’s this time of year we live for, and tonight is no different.

So take a look at some of the shows opening tonight that we think you need to get your fine behinds to..

Mad C – Character @ Pure Evil

We’ve been excited about this for quite a while. It’s been almost 2 years now since we saw this fierce German powerhouse’s solo show and now she has returned to bring us Character. Expect defined bold lines and a good dose of colour at this opening – if you can get through the doors..

Mad-C

Natural’s Not In It – Danny Augustine @ Jealous 

One of the magic men behind the scenes at the notorious Jealous gallery has finally opened the doors to his very own solo show. Combining traditional printing techniques with a mix of gothic and renaissance style artwork in a contemporary palette makes this show one of the dark horses of the week.

Danny Augustine - Jealous

#FirstThursday Kid Acne exhibition @ Boxpark 

Kid Acne launches this First Thursday at Boxpark in Shoreditch with some of his signature pieces. This ‘modern day renaissance man’ with his distinct vinyl designs and bold shapes and characters looks to brighten up this space alongside some great music and food from the residents.

Kid Acne - Boxpark

Keith Baugh @ London Westbank

Take a journey through some of New Yorks oldest subway graffiti through the paintings and photographs of legend Keith Baugh.

Keith Baugh - Westbank

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