Last weekend was perfect for Endoftheline to get painting in the sun. Jim Vision met up with some of the guys from our time in Buenos Aires and few others to paint a stretch of the carpark in the centre of Shoreditch. Artists involved were Jim, Jaz, Fede, Pumpum, Neist, Xenz, Dan Chase and Ronzo! Around the corner we also had murals from Andrea Riot, Twesh and Rezine. Nice! There’s also an amazing shot down there of Probs and Izers recent ‘Attack of the Moloids‘ mural.
Left to right: Jim Vision, Jaz, Fede, Pumpum, Neist, Xenz, Chase, Ronzo
A while back, in late 2012, we had the fortune to meet the infamous and eclectic character that is Anthony Lister. You can read about how he spent some of his time in London here. If you don’t know it already the man is an absolute paint fiend, getting up all over and everywhere with a brash, bold and distinctive style.
This video, filmed and edited, by the man Haruka Irie is a unique snapshot into Lister’s fierce technique and don’t care attitude. It’s the 2nd in our Vapour Trail Series and we’re proud to be able to show it to you now.
We’ve had a busy month here at EndoftheLine, with some of our favourite artists sprayin’ up a fumey storm just steps away from our HQ. In Shoreditch car park we’ve had a scorching lava pool creation from Vodker, Rebus and Probs in February; as well as signature pieces from the likes of Andrea Riot, Bonzai, Noir, Nawer, Zadok, and Vibes! Phew! To top it all off, evil mustard coloured Moloids are currently clawing at the walls amid an explosion of colour, from Probs and Izer. Here are some photos for your viewing pleasure, in case peering through the metal fence just doesn’t cut it - the car park attendants aren’t too fond of visitors!
Talented, big, and a good friend of EOTL, Tizer presents his first solo show of the year at Pure Evil Gallery next week. Not to be missed, this show will combine artworks from the London based graffiti artist which guarantees to be a good’un. Artwork at the show will be on sale, alongside prints, drinks and good vibes. Get yourself down to the Pure Evil gallery next Thursday the 7th March to check it out! Of course this is not just a Thursday, it is also the FIRST of the month – check out what else is going on HERE. Why not make a crawl of it? EOTL will see you there…
Just up the road at Dream Bags Jaguar Shoes, the team are ready to kick off the year with the much anticipated Toby Evans ‘B-Mart’ Exhibition. In Toby’s first solo show, his work revolves around the happy super-shopper-supermarket – a project which is inspired by super simplistic budget food packaging such as B-Mart, Happy Shopper and Machine Mart. Toby Evans is a graphic designer and art director originally hailing from UCA in Farnham and now based in London. With an impressive client list including the re-branding of entire venues and shops, East Londoners will no doubt have stumbled across his work before. Think Blitz , Birthdays, Rita’s, Bleach. Listen up! The exhibition is in conjunction with JaguarShoes Collective, who will be producing exclusive prints and T-Shirts for the show – make sure you come down to the opening night on the 14th Feb. Yes it is indeed Valentines day – come along and treat your sweet to some cola…
Toby Evans ‘B-Mart’ Exhibition
Not only will there be artwork on display showcasing Toby’s supreme design abilities, he is set to transform the first floor interior of DreamBagsJaguarShoes into a full blown shopping experience – with a fully stocked and branded supermarket, complete with a pharmacy counter and uniforms. The exhibition runs until 7th April so come along and feast yourselves… DreamBagsJaguarShoes is located at 32-36 Kingsland Road, Shoreditch, E2 8DA. Opening night 14/02/13 from 7pm til late. See you there!
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!
End of the Line visited last Thursdays exhibitions in Shoreditch – Motorbikes and Chain Gangs. ‘Natural Habitats’, a show brimming with shiny metal, colour and gears, Sam Christmas displays his motorcycle photography in his first solo show of the year at 71A Leonard Street. Next up was the Chain Gang exhibition at Juno Bar – a collection of artworks from 10 members of the multidisciplinary collective – the place was heaving and the artwork was peered upon by many.
Motorbikes and Chain Gangs - The Chain Gang
Last week EOTL stomped their way up to Juno Bar for the much anticipated Chain Gang exhibition – multidisciplinary art from the likes of Isabel White AKA Elfin, Anthony Rifferson and Jennifer Crouch….. the walls were decked in colour, wood, paint, paper and aerosol as the artists brought their work together for the public to see their talent.
71A Leonard Street AKA The Church of London’s hub, held Sam Christmas‘ first solo exhibition of the year – an impressive selection of photography looking into the custom motorcycle scene which is a fascination to many. The street outside the venue was packed with sweet rides – the interior packed with beards, leather and great photography of motorcycle craftsmen in their natural habitats.
The Chain Gang exhibition and ‘Natural Habitats’ are still in place, check them out soon! Over and out…
The end of the day is nearing here at End of the Line, and when it comes we are going to get ourselves down to Juno bar for the Chain Gang group exhibition! We can’t wait to check out original artworks from the likes of Joanna Layla Davies, Sri McKinnon, Isabel White, Jennifer Crouch, Ewen Stenhouse, Megan Hindley, Candy Lo, Anthony Rifferson, Susie Lowe and Joey Green.
Chain Gang – multidisciplinary art in Shoreditch
Not to be missed, get yourselves down to Juno bar here from 7pm tonight, see you there!
Check back for shots from the show later this week.
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