Posted in BlogFebruary 5, 2013
EOTL and Global Street Art’s weekend paint run – it’s Monday again, and this weekend just gone has been a creative one – we’ve come together with the guys at Global Street Art to arrange and curate a colour packed selection of artworks… Artists include our own Jim Vision as well as Hunto, Krio, Zadok and Andrea Riot to name a few. First stop: our very own display panels next door to us on Great Eastern Street…
EOTL and Global Street Art’s weekend paint run
Great Eastern Street is no stranger to the aerosol can – check out these walls by Hunto, Krio, Zadok and Andrea Riot which were painted into the night and were a spectacle of interest and photo opportunity whilst they were doing so.
Left to right: Artwork by Hunto, Krio
Hunto, Krio, Zadok
Zadok, Andrea Riot
Second up, the carpark in the centre of town gets a facelift from Jim Vision and Brighton based artists Vodker and Rebus, check out the progress shot below! We will have some fuller and more finished photos soon, once we see the car park in an emptier state!
Jim Vision, Vodker, Rebus
Posted in BlogNovember 14, 2012
Following our recent post about the Lister piece that went up in the King John Car Park, turns out he has crossed over…the road, to do another mural on the wall on Great Eastern Street! Another sick performance from the Aussie artist! We can see why he is labelled Australia’s best illustrator!
Anthony Lister has a solo exhibition ‘Unslung Heroes’ opening this week at the Outsiders Lazarides Gallery in London & Newcastle! The gallery is at 8 Greek Street, Soho, W1D 4DG & if you’re lucky enough to be invited there’s a private view on the 15th! See you there!
Photos by T.Elhaj
Posted in BlogNovember 14, 2012
Bonzai was hitting up Great Eastern Street today to give the four walls a new panel – keeping more in tune with the colour waves that are happening over there since Anthony Lister added his new piece – And Bonzai’s piece gave the wall a perfectly complete look & all with the help of EOTL’s tiny resident Gatsby…
Photos by Tamara Elhaj
Posted in videoNovember 9, 2012
Posted in BlogOctober 23, 2012
Last week, incase you didn’t hear (impossible) EndoftheLine co-hosted, along with friends Supreme Being, The White Canvas Project Exhibition Part III. And though we have already posted about what went down over the time it was open – we’ve been getting photos back, left, right & centre so we obviously had to share them with y’all.
All photos taken by Toby Summerskill – and a fine job too!
Posted in EventsOctober 22, 2012
EndoftheLine, alongside Supreme Being, hosted a week long event at a warehouse space on Great Eastern Street ‘The White Canvas Project Exhibition”. The exhibition was part of Supreme Being’s ongoing project that rejects the traditions of confining artists to a blank canvas and pushes the idea of decorating household items as well as collectibles and other vintage scraps.
Posted in BlogOctober 17, 2012
It’s been a great week down at the White Canvas Project space at 17 Great Eastern street, EC2a. Thanks to all those who’ve dropped by and contributed to the Emmaus Cambridge charity for the homeless.
Whilst we’re still sifting through all our photos and getting ready to pack the show up our good friend Doug Sherman has sent some great shots over from the opening night.
Thanks Doug! We’ll be updating over the next couple of days with more photos from the past week.
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Posted in BlogOctober 2, 2012
Those of you who are lucky enough to be travelling down Great Eastern Street everyday to work will have seen this wall progressing over the past few days. Today friend of EndoftheLine and fellow artist participating in The White Canvas Project, Will Barras arrived to put the final piece in place.
If you’re in the area come take a look – and keep the 11th Oct free in your diaries because all 4 artists as well as others will be showcasing their work at The White Canvas Project exhibition which will be taking place just next to the wall. It’s gonna be a good night!