Went down to see this after work and it's superb.Went down to see this after work and it's superb. Great backstory if you want to read it - a tunnel built under the Atlantic has finally been completed linking London with New York so people in each city can see each other in real time*
Telectroscope detailing...Dok A would be proud of this I reckon:
Take look at who was in Brooklyn at 7:30 PM UK time:
It looks amazing on the South Bank and I bet it looks great in NYC (where they get Tower Bridge in the background!), although why they get it free and UK peeps have to pay Â£1 has yet to be revealed lol! But if you're in either city get down and have a look because it's a truly interesting piece of public art.
You get little whiteboards and markers to write messages on but sadly we all could communicate was the time, how hot it was and that everyone agree Obama should be the next US President!!
*note: this isn't the real story it's done with cameras but that wouldn't be a good now would it?
Friday, July 27, 2012 - 4:44amWith the build up to the Olympics in London it has been a constant battle between the streets and the government when it comes to graffiti and street art.
Wednesday, May 9, 2012 - 4:05pmRecently Rone an Aussie graffiti artist from Everfresh Studios was in London for his exhibition along side UK artist Tom French. The show was good but personally i like his work on the streets more as it provides more of an impact.
Wednesday, May 9, 2012 - 3:58pmRecently illustrator Gary Taxali opened his first UK solo show at the Outsiders gallery in London. The show entitled "My Feelings Like You" encompasses a load of new paintings and illustrations in his 1930's insp