Jim Vision’s Dancers

So, we didn’t realise this was a thing, but apparently it’s World Ballet Day today….Happy (belated) World 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.

Below are the images from the Breakdown Circus crew at the Trocadero, Christian & Mikaela in Buenos Aires, Justin Reid Instagram grab from shutter in Bushwick NY, Vik Taak shooting Olivia Grace Cowley on Redchurch street & the models for Mei Hui store in Brick lane, Turville street.

In light of these great images, we’d also like to bring attention to 2 great photographers among the bunch that have taken some stunning shots of dancers in front of walls:

Vik Taak who is a London based photographer who has been taking some images of dancer Olivia Grace Cowley in front of a number of pieces including Jim Vision, Mr Cenz & David Walker.

Justin Reid is a Brooklyn based dance photographer who has taken shots of a number of different talents everywhere from Brooklyn bridge to the Botanical gardens.

Take a look at some of their snaps below…

City of Colours Festival – Photo Appreciation Society

Last weekend saw us whisking off to Brum-Town for the inaugural (and long awaited) City of Colours Festival.

The line-up was sick, all of our friends were going, we knew it had been well organised, but having never painted in Birmingham, we had mixed expectations. For a first time Street-art jam, they absolutely smashed it. They had taken over an expansive industrial site near the Custard Factory and transformed it into a scenic mix of street art and graffiti from both local painters and artists from all over the country. The line up for the event included Vibes, Odisy, Title, Inkie, Dank, Philth, Jim Vision, Tizer, Epok, 3DOM, Gent 48 & Newso 48…the list goes on.

We were very fortunate to have some of our fave photographers and reporters down, and even met some new ones. We’ve compiled a few of the best shots of the weekend from Bablu Miah, Shaun (Donglos) Nelly Balazs (Urban Nerding) Rangzeb Hussain and Ian (Distello) Wake.

See some of their shots below…




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Photo by Ian Cox – Aka Wallkandy – See more of his incredible work here.


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