Mix2 from Incandescent Artists

Last week we waddled our asses over Mix2, the second instalment from Incandescent Artist‘s Lee Button.

Mix2 is exactly what it says on the package, an excellent mix of emerging and established talent curated beautifully in the Underdog Gallery space. Featuring works and prints from over 35 artists, notable work came from new faces Tom Lewis who showed off some of his larger canvases, and Liam Motyer with super smooth wooden carved skulls and hearts.

Take a peek at some of the work below and head down to Underdog Gallery before the 11th November to catch a glimpse of Mix2.

First Thursday in London – 03/09/15

Happy First Thursday London!

There is so much going on this month in the arts calendar, we almost wish we could doppelgang our way to everything, but alas, we must be selective. So if you’re getting confused as to which events are going to be the cream of the crop, we’ve gathered a few good places to start this week..


Tears for Murphy @ Doomed Gallery

TFM is a collaborative exhibition organised by Joel Millerchip that focus on how young Generations visually grieve. By turning a death of a real life family pet into a Contemporary 1 night wake exhibition at Dalston’s Doomed Gallery.

Tears for Murphy


Thrifty Egos @ Proof Gallery 

THRIFTYEGOS is an exhibition of collaborative paintings by GENT and NEWSO – FORTYEIGHTS. The UK based graffiti artists share a strong visual identity and have been painting walls together for over a decade.

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LAX/LHR @ Stolen Space Gallery

From LA to London, StolenSpace Gallery & ThinkSpace LA are joining forces to co- curate a group show this September in London at StolenSpace Gallery.


Safehouse1 @ 193 Copeland Rd

The Workshop Collective is invading Safehouse 1 to bring you two days of visual and auditory expression.



Wimbledon Postgraduate Show

Catch the ‘up and coming’ artists of tomorrow at the Wimbledon College of Arts Postgraduate Degree Show featuring work by graduating students.


Modern Art Buyers @ 173 Whitecross Street 

Jessica Lloyd-Smith from Modern ArtBuyer brings a selection of exceptional artists to the London pop-up gallery at 173 Whitecross Street, 1-14 September.


I Don’t Leave Me This Way @ Cabin Gallery 

Steven Allen


American Car Meet @ Bungalow Diner

This is a bit of a random one and technically greater London, but if you’re a crazy car enthusiast or just wanna hang with some this is definitely your chance to see some hot wheels in an excellent venue!

american hotrod


Jim Vision at Upfest – The Urban Paint Fest 2015

Last weekend Jim Vision and the rest of the EndoftheLine gang headed over to the West Country to join artists in their masses pilgrimage to the annual Upfest; Bristols Urban Paint Festival.

Jim was given a solo spot spanning over a 5 metre wide wall space and filled it with one of his classic comic-esque badass women. Painting a beautiful depiction of X-men’s Surge trapped in a whirlwind of tentacles, electric bolts, eroding wasteland and fire, all giving a powerful image of inevitable doom. What Jim Vision does best.

Take a look at more from the festival on the Upfest Facebook site here.

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