Print Release — MJAR

New screen print release from street artist Mjar. This hand pulled screen print has been printed by the artist.

Four colour print
Signed, numbered limited edition of 32.
Printed on 300gsm Snowdon paper.

The print is available for £40 from the artists bigcartel shop here.

Banksy — Website Update

Website update from Banksy with a selection of new works from the last few months including his new piece in Hasting. Also added to the site were these two videos.
Pier Pressure in Brighton featuring a reconditioned dolphin ride with crude oil and a tuna net!
The second clip is from this years Royal visit to Glastonbury.

Mutate Britain at Glastonbury 2010

In this video Joe Rush, founding member of the legendary Mutoid Waste Company, introduces Mutate Britain to The Unfairground at Glastonbury 2010. Kings of Counter Culture, the Mutoids have been key creative influences at Glasto ever since their first visit in 1985.

L'Atlas at Seize Gallery

Our french is not the best, but this is still an interesting video featuring L'Atlas creating work for the exhibition he had last month at the Seize Gallery

Ronzo hits the streets

Vandal extraordinaire Ronzo hits the streets of East London with some new paste-ups.

Roid & Horfe Video

Great clip from Topsafe featuring a collaboration by Roid (UK) & Horfe (France). The clip was shot in Great Eastern Street,London in June 2010.

Eine Video — Poster For Don't Panic

Don't Panic TV have produced the above video in which they speak to street artist Eine about the contradictions of graffiti, escaping prison and his pal Banksy.

The clip also features a sneak peak at the poster Eine is designed for them. No release dates yet but Eine Don't Panic Posters will be available for free in The Packs in the next couple of weeks. We would recommend checking the Don't Panic website for updates on the release date.

Eine is also taking part in 'Wild Fantasies, A Decade of Don't Panic Posters'. He will be one of ten artists producing new, limited edition screen prints to celebrate ten years of the Don't Panic Poster. The exhibition will be at Stolen Space toward the end of September. More info when we have it.

Zosen Print Release

Street artist and memeber of the ONG graffiti crew Zosen has arrived from Barcelona and is busy in the StolenSpace print room working his 2 new screen prints 'Grave New World' & 'Vital Food' both pictured above.
Each of the two new prints will be a limited edition of 25, available on Thursday 12 August at the opening of his new solo show which opens that evening in the gallery. Both prints will be available online the following day. (Price TBC)

Zosen's 'System Collapse' show opens with a private view 12 August and will run at the gallery until the 29 August 2010.

StolenSpace | Dray Walk | 91 Brick Lane | London

VNA Magazine — Issue 12

Looks like the guys over at VNA Magazine have just had delivery from the printers of Issue twelve of their always excellent streetart magazine.

We are loving the cover image of this issue featuring man/ artist of the moment Roa! Invisiblemadevisible have a bunch of photos in this issue and we are really looking forward to getting our hands on a copy.

No news yet on the release date of the magazine but we imagine it will be very soon. More info on the release when we have it.

D*Face in Quito, Ecuador

Looks like East London based artist D*Face has been getting up in South America. The artist was recently invited to paint at the ‘9no Festival de Arte en la Calle’, held in the capital of Ecuador - Quito.

Our friends at Arrested Motion have the full report with lots more photos.

Word To Mother & Sickboy

We snapped this Word To Mother and Sickboy wall about two weeks ago and I was down that side of East London again on Saturday and see the wall has been taken out. I guess this was inevitable in such a prime spot next to the new East London Line.
In other Word To Mother news, we see he has been to the South of Italy in the last week or so for this years Fame Festival. You can check the work over on the festival blog.

LAVA Collective presents: Jo Peel & Stik

The LAVA Collective return to The Rag Factory off Brick Lane this Thursday as part of Time Out's First Thursdays program. They are using this event to showcase two new LAVA Collective artists : Jo Peel and Stik.

Jo Peel is a member of Scrawl Collective. She is based at Boot St Studios in Hoxton. This year has seen her  decorate The Park Bar at Glastonbury festival, and the roof of Cordy House amongst many other places. Her distinctive line drawings find beauty in scenes of urban decay and construction.

Stik is a prolific street artist who's playful, minimalist characters appear in countless poses and scenarios all over London. Each piece of his is highly site specific, painted with a sensitivity that makes them resonate with their surroundings. For this show, Stik is preparing a 3D installation of his characters in the far end of the Apricot Gallery.

The show opens Thursday 5 August, 6pm — 11pm

The Rag Factory | 16 Heneage Street | London E1 5LJ

Invisiblemadevisible blog is live!

Wooohooo we are live..well sort of, we finally have the blog up and running, although there are still a few tweeks to finish. Having neglected the Invisiblemadevisible site for far to long, I am now working on updating the whole site so bear with us. All the links in the navigation are linking to the old site at the moment once the site is fully finished we will let you know.

Hype Hype courtesy of Skewville.