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Posts Tagged ‘street art’

Halloween Horrorshow: An interview with Papercut Artist Eelus

It's Halloween! And what better way to celebrate than with this wonderful papercut homage to horror films that fixate on death... new from Eelus.

Written by Amelia Gregory

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The Monster, by Eelus.

When new work by Brighton based artist Eelus dropped into my inbox I knew it was the perfect thing to share on Halloween. Horrorshow is his new body of work, currently showing at the Ink-d Gallery space in Brighton, and focuses on his obsession with horror movies. The artworks take inspiration from scenes and characters that will be familiar to both hardened horror film fans and heathens (such as myself), and are beautifully rendered in layers of gloriously coloured papers.

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London Art Fair 2013 Review: 12 Top Picks

Painting, installation, sculpture, screen prints. My twelve favourite finds from this year's London Art Fair.

Written by Amelia Gregory

The London Art Fair hosts a bewildering variety of artist talent under one roof at the Business Design Centre. From the banal (the LED artwork above, almost identical to a […]

A Review of the 2012 Art Car Boot Fair

It was baking hot at this year's affair, but that didn't stop the punters from coming out in force to grab themselves an art world bargain...

Written by Amelia Gregory

This year’s Art Car Boot Fair was a fantastically hot affair with a distinct lack of shade: not really the place for a newborn Snarfle, who travelled on my chest […]

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SpeedArting: the art of seduction

It’s a little like the Affordable Art Fair’s baby sister - we review the latest way to get your hands on some contemporary art that won’t break the bank.

Written by Gemma Milly

Thumb The Cinematic Orchestra were playing on the laptop. With the rain petering down outside, erectile the tarmac awash with its newfound uninhabitable river, viagra I opened the enormous wooden […]

An interview with street artists and filmmakers Peru Ana Ana Peru

The co-founder of LAVA Collective chats to the Brooklyn-based multimedia artists.

Written by Paddy Walsh

Peru Ana Ana Peru are Brooklyn-based multimedia artists. Their bizarre, pharmacy colourful creations can be found all over the streets of New York, brightening up the city’s darkest corners and […]

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Art listings November 9-15

Polaroids, Moomins (sort of) and personal space issues.

Written by Satu Fox

Self confessed image junkie and international artist Mark Pawson‘s exhibition ‘Signs and Maps‘ will be arriving at the ‘Here and Now‘ gallery in Falmouth, visit this site doctor Cornwall with […]

Knowing me, knowing who? Andy Council

Illustration

Written by Alice Watson

When you think of the humble pom-pom you think of children’s clothes, order buy of gigantic sombreros for tourists, generic unsightly snow boots and poodles with dodgy haircuts. Experimenting with […]

Street Art Likes the Great Indoors

Art In Mind, The Brick Lane Gallery, 30 April - 11 May

Written by Gareth David

“Come on down to The Brick Lane Gallery today, for cutting edge art at recession-busting prices! We’ve gone absolutely kerrr-azy! Bring a wheelbarrow. We got pretty art, ugly art, sincere […]