Wednesday, 24 February 2010

Exit poster

Large Banksy film posters are all over the tube in London. Someone's putting alot of money behind this film.

Posted via email from dluxeonline's posterous

I've gone to heaven

Aaaah, being in the front of The Specials gig. I'm 14 again.

Sunday, 21 February 2010

Matt W Moore

Colourful discovery - Matt W Moore.

I just love this page on his website MWMGraphics - which covers you in waves of colour.

Since.Upian Gallery - ROJO Artspace Network
211 Rue Saint Maur - Paris, France

From his site:
"An ambitious creative spirit, MWM (Matt W. Moore) has traveled to Paris for one month to prepare, from scratch, for his first Paris Solo-Exhibition. He arrived with no art, no supplies, and no firm plan for this new series of canvas paintings. The ideas for the artworks have actualized while processing time spent absorbing French Culture, exploring the City Of Lights, the vibrant colors, the exaggerated geometry, and the diverse architecture and fashion of Paris.

These paintings were created entirely with spray paint, one of Matt's favorite mediums. But the designs are very clean, and appear almost digital in their precise details and craft. An honest, analog attempt to achieve the same depth and abstract geometry of his digital "Vectorfunk" style. The goal with each work is to have the viewers eye fall into the piece and get lost in the optical illusions, trying to figure out what is up, down, left, and right."

Sunday, 7 February 2010

Crazybusy at the Droplet do at 50/50

Crazybusy in Bristol this weekend, Sickboy, Droplet launch and Cheo. Managed all too (a long evening that ended with the odd Alco-milkshake (don't ask).

Anyways, here's the 50/50 Gallery and the Droplet Launch pix.

Saturday, 6 February 2010

Sickboy - Logopop @ Friend & Co

The temple has come home!

This is the first exhibition Sickboy has held since treading the path on the yellow brick road to the big metropolis of London. This also followed his recent December Pop Up exhibition in London which was on for 3 hours.

Maybe the clue is in the title 'Logopop', the gallery seemed to be split in two, with the first half conveying Sickboy's more serious artwork (see last picture) and the other half displaying his more familiar (and apparently popular) temples and street-art screen prints, which were produced in edition's of 3 and were all slightly different.

Giving the audience what they want.