Tag Archives: colour

GWW02: An Interview With Graff.io’s Andy Harper

GWW02: An Interview With Graff.io's Andy Harper

Gallery Without Walls Project Two launched at the LCB Depot in Leicester on 28th September 2017, bigger and better than before. On behalf of Graff.io, we would like to say a huge thank you to Graffwerk for collaborating with us and to … Continue reading

New Editions: Floral

We kick off 2018 with a wave of new ranges, some of which will make their debut at the Spring Fair. ‘A whirlwind of florals and bright colours’ The first set of editions features a whirlwind of florals, bright colours … Continue reading

Artist profile: CUTE

CUTE is a UK based artist who had been creating graffiti since 1987. From the age of 15, he would go out on the streets tagging and bombing on walls and trainyards. His time was spent drawing endless Blackbook sketches … Continue reading

Droids: the latest arrivals from Alex Sturm

The release of Droids by Alexander Sturm Three weeks into our Droids releases and three exciting sets of prints are fresh off the Graff.io HQ press. Droids, a tribute to the complete saga of Star Wars and the recent instalment of … Continue reading

The release of Droids by Alexander Sturm

The release of Droids by Alexander Sturm

The release of Droids by Alexander Sturm With the release of Star Wars: The Last Jedi just around the corner, it feels right to introduce the latest creations from Graff.io HQ – meet Droids! A tribute to the complete saga … Continue reading

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

Tom Bob and his whimsical street art pieces

Making his mark on New York City is street artist Tom Bob. He transforms normally unnoticed objects into artistic creations which brighten the city. Using everyday outdoor objects such as pipes and manhole covers, his pieces are creative and distinctive. … Continue reading

The ladder that goes up in smoke…

Smoke and art make for a hypnotizing subject. Not all artwork needs to be paintings and drawings, right? In a series created by photographer Ken Hermann and art director Gem Fletcher, they capture colourful masses of smoke. Throughout each image … Continue reading

WALALA X PLAY Installation by Camille Walala

Camille Walala is an artist and designer who creates pieces of work that you can’t miss. Striking patterns, bold colours and unusual shapes create some of the most eye-catching pieces of art that we have seen! There is so much … Continue reading

The I-Spy collection: A tribute to Roger Moore

It is with great sadness, excitement and ultimately, coincidence, that the I-Spy range is being released with Graff.io. This range, created by Tom Finn, is inspired by stereotypical iconic British espionage characters views. This expanded into a much more comical … Continue reading

The Graff.io Team in Wales: get to know the team.

It was on a lovely Thursday afternoon that the Graff.io Team descended upon the coast of Wales, to a lovely little place called Cilgerran. The estimated departure time was originally approximately half past three on a beautiful day, however, this … Continue reading