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Gallery Without Walls – Project Two

Gallery Without Walls - Project Two

Project Two of Gallery Without Walls is here and the launch night was a huge success. Our partnership with Graffwerk has gone from strength to strength as we proudly present all of the work in venues around the city. The … Continue reading

The 2-mile mural of loco-motion

The 2-mile mural of loco-motion

Two miles of wall has been covered with murals by more than 50 different artists. The usually dull train track landscape has been transformed into bright expressions of motion – designed to be viewed from public transport. Frequent visitors… Benzikry, … Continue reading

Brian Mashburn and the mystical Axiom paintings

Brian Mashburn has created a phenomenal series of highly detailed oil paintings. Based in North Carolina, Brian’s artwork depicts a series of mystical and varied fog landscapes. They consist of everything from the distant mountains to the waves of skyscrapers … Continue reading

“to scratch, draw, or write”: the evolution of language.

So, by now you have probably noticed that there is an ongoing affiliation with our ancestors and our history. After all, it was millions of years ago that shaped our current entities. Our primary form of communication in the current … Continue reading

#118_Aspekt by Kale Knapp

#118_Aspekt We have just received word of a brand new range for Graff.io, which will be known as Aspekt. So, safe to say, that we are pretty excited! From the snippets that we have previewed so far, we are certain … Continue reading

Stephanie Wunderlich and the Busy People collection

Stephanie Wunderlich is a German illustrator. She studied Communication Design at both FH Augsburg and ISIA Urbino and later graduated gaining her degree. After two years in advertising she became a freelance illustrator in Hamburg. About her work Jaunty figures … Continue reading

Boy Kong: check out his fascinating designs…

Boy Kong is a muralist and painter. In his work, graffiti and Japanese ukiyo-e woodblock art brush up against each other. He brings Japan’s traditional “pictures of the floating world” into his work. Boy splits his time between New York and his hometown … Continue reading

Pantone colour magazine – trend forecasts

Pantone is the market leader in predictions of colour and authority of colour. The company has unveiled a small magazine which will debut twice a year. It will reflect on the viewpoint colour which charts seasonal colour trends. Pantone colour … Continue reading