Sweet Toof - Sticker Packs

We are loving these fresh screen printed vinyl Teeth sticker packs from Sweet Toof that the guys at High Rollers Society have for sale. Below is the gallery description of what you get:
This is a pack of 5 new Sweet Toof stickers, each individually die-cut and packaged in a protective bag sealed with a signed, screen printed card tag. Stickers come in two colourways (each pack is a mix of both): Fuschia pink and Fluorescent pink. 

 Bag yourself some of these tasty teeth here.

Nostalgia Exhibition at Rook & Raven

Rook & Raven Gallery opened on Thursday with ‘Nostalgia’, their first show of 2012, featuring an eclectic mix of artwork, games and ephemerae from a diverse collection of artists. The exhibition will feature work by renowned photographer Terry O’Neill as well as works from Stinkfish, Alex Daw, David Shillinglaw, Dave White and DAIN to name a few.

Nostalgia means many different things to many different people – like an emotional heirloom, or perceived antique – personal to only oneself, and both spanning and defining generations. Nothing can explain really what it is that makes something nostalgic, and no one person could ever recount exactly what makes them see something as ‘nostalgia’ – the only thing we do know, is that it makes us feel all warm and fuzzy inside.

With this in mind, Rook & Raven challenged an array of different artists, working in varied media and mediums, to present their definition of the term… or to take you back in time a little. As well as an assortment of artwork from a host of established and emerging painters, collagists and designers, photographers, they will also be featuring a selection of memories and memorabilia, featuring trinkets, games and a soundtrack to accompany the exhibition, curated on the record playing machine by their own resident DJ, Dirty Harry.

The exhibition runs at Rook & Raven until the 25th February 2012.  
Rook & Raven - 7/8 Rathbone Place - London - W1T 1HN

The London Police x VNA

Very Nearly Almost magazine caught up the The London Police in Amsterdam, when the VNA team went over to interview the duo. This is only crème de la crème of the full chat which can be found in issue 17 of VNA magazine which is available online via the VNA shop here.

Issue 17 also sees VNA chat to the always amusing Goldie about cooking ‘cliffy chicken’, music and his art, alongside Shoreditch shutter bomber Malarky and Mexican miniature maestro, Pablo Delgado. On the international tip, they caught up with Ukraine’s own mural-masters Interesni Kazki, Dutch tattooist Angelique Houtkamp and from the USA, graffer Else ICR and photo-real maestro El Mac.

DJ Food & Henry Flint at the Pure Evil Gallery

DJ Food and Henry Flint will present an exhibition of artwork from the upcoming Food album The Search Engine and Henry Flint's book Broadcast, at the Pure Evil Gallery in London between 26 January and 12 February 2012.

The exhibition will feature drawings and elements used to create most of the artwork surrounding the album, with high quality signed Giclee prints available to buy as well as a limited edition postcard record made specially for the show. An audio visual installation in the basement, based around the album, will also be present.

Pure Evil Gallery - 108 Leonard Street - London - EC2A 4XS

Luzinterruptus - Deciduous Lampposts Intervention

Spanish artist's Luzinterruptus sent us an email with images of their latest intervention in Madrid “Deciduous Lampposts”, which is their personal tribute to the autumn that has gone by.

"We love this season, which fills the streets with dry leaves covering the cold asphalt in wonderful orange tones. 

But there are streets in Madrid to which, unfortunately, autumn never arrives, they are deprived, with only perrenial leaves, which makes strolling in them like entering into an area with no climatic or seasonal references. In these harsh gray streets we wanted to carry out our installation Deciduous Lampposts."

More info about this and their other interventions can be found over on their website.

Images © Gustavo Sanabria.

Graffiti Boat "La Preciosa" in Colombia

Vertigo Graffiti is an artistic crew that has brought together eight of the best Colombian graffiti artists and the famous Spaniard street artist El PEZ. Recently, 5 of them (Gris, Cazdos, Skida, Ecksuno and El Pez) painted on a 34 ft fishing boat transforming it into an impressive 100% graffiti piece of art. The boat's name is 'La Preciosa' ('The Precious' in English).

This creation was executed in Taganga, a beautiful and colorful small village in the Caribbean Coast in Colombia. After three days of exhaustive work in 40 degrees weather, the finished boat returned to the sea and can now be found traveling between Santa Marta and Aruba.


Signal Gallery kick off 2012 with their first show of the new year featuring the work of Guy Denning and Frank Rannou. Guy Denning and Frank Rannou are two painters who met in France sometime ago and instantly fell in love with each other's work. Both are fluent and individual figurative painters, with a distinct penchant for the atmospheric portrait.

It was Guy's great wish to introduce Frank's work to UK audiences. Already well established in his native land, with shows in Paris and across France, Rannou had also received much media attention when he was to commissioned to paint the French Rugby Team in 2007, followed by the Football team in 2010.

A well-known figure in the UK art scene now, Guy Denning has shown across the Europe and the US. Recent solo shows in New York and Italy featured the first two parts of a trilogy of shows he has been planning for some time, based on Dante's Inferno. The third part of the trilogy 'Paradiso' will be shown at Signal in the autumn this year. Guy's intense and powerful style has a universal appeal, due to its emotional depth, sincerity and the rarefied beauty of many of his images. In their show together entitled 'We Are All Prostitutes', the two artists have not just chosen to focus on the obvious subject of the exploitation of women through the sex industry, but also the broader concept of how we often compromise our integrity on the altar of want and greed.

The show opens on the 26th January with a private view from 6pm-9pm with the exhibition continuing until the 18th February.

Signal Gallery - 32 Paul Street - London - EC2A 4LB

FUTURA at Galerie Jerome de Noirmont, Paris

Futura Currently running at Galerie Jerome De Noirmont in Paris is a new show from Graffiti legend Futura entitled Expansions. London based photographer Butterfly was in Paris to capture the opening evening which saw Futura in attendance. If you happen to be in Paris between now and the 29th February make sure you do not miss the chance to see this show. Futura Nick Walker, Futura and Butterfly If like us you can't make it be sure and check out Butterfly's set of pictures from the exhibition over on her flickr account here. Also check the short film below filmed by Guillotine and featuring Futura painting a wall at the gallery space before the show opened. Futura 2012-Expansions January 13—February 29, 2012
Galerie Jerome de Noirmont - Paris, France
All images ©Butterfly

Faile's Challenger Imagery

Faile: London, 05/2008 A few months ago Ride5 Films met up with Brooklyn-based street artists FAILE and spoke with them about their use of the 1986 Space Shuttle Challenger imagery in the work. Watch the clip below as the two Patrick's tell us all: Image ©2cauldrons

Aryz At The Montana Gallery

If you happen to be in Barcelona go see Aryz Hello World show, it's looking fresh and it closes in two days time on the 21st January 2012. Photos from the show are up on the Montana Website here.

The Toasters are Everywhere!

Toasters have been hitting the street since the late nineties, and as such you do not want to miss the screening of their Everywhere film next week here in London. It will also be screened in Wolverhampton and Helsinki. 30 Free Toaster prints will be given out at the London Screening so expect a long line of people!!

Paintshop Studio's video collaboration with DJ Format

London based Paintshop Studio's have teamed up with the legendary DJ Format to produce an animated graffiti video to promote Formats latest album release Statement of Intent which is available later next month.

The video was filmed and edited by Jeff Metal and produced in just one day. The entire clip was created using spray paint and showcases a collection of rappers who feature on the album including EDAN, MR LIF, PHILL MOST CHILL, SURESHOT LA ROCK, THE NOSTALGIA 77 QUINTET and THE SIMONSOUND.Check the video below.

Adam Neate's stunning IRIDESCENT PORTRAIT

We are huge fans of UK artist Adam Neate and it is always a pleasure to see his new work. Elms Lesters Gallery recently posted this clip of Adam latest Dimensional Painting 'REVOLVING DOOR' which was exhibited at ART STAGE Singapore. Also on display at ART STAGE Singapore was the stunning IRIDESCENT PORTRAIT piece featured in this new clip from the gallery.

Otto Schade ' URBAN SCHADE' Exhibition

Next week, Otto Schade brings his extraordinary artwork to the Ben Oakley Gallery in Greenwich on January 20th. He will be exhibiting original unseen artwork and ltd edition prints for a 2 week period from 21st January – 4th February. Originally from Concepcion in Nothern Chile, Schade now lives in London.

Schade uses his ribbons to compose beautifully intricate images, often referencing popular culture. However, he also creates more thought-provoking works, that resonate with deep and symbolic meaning. Schade has forged a reputation as one of London’s foremost street artists, with his instantly recognisable ribbon motif adorning many walls throughout London and beyond gaining admiration and respect from Private collectors and Artists alike.

The exhibition opens on Friday  20th January 2012 7.00 - 9.30pm

BEN OAKLEY GALLERY - 9 Turnpin Lane - Greenwich Market - London SE10

Ben Eine in China

Check out this video featuring UK Street Artist Ben Eine on his Great Adventure in China!

Mission Impossible : Ghost Protocol Graffiti Mural

Yes, it's advertising a movie, but this is still a pretty cool clip from our friends over at End Of The Line. The video documents the painting of a 85m Squared mural in the heart of Clerkenwell by Jim Vision for the release of another Mission Impossible movie! Check it.

Shepard Fairey - Occupy Protester Print

The 12th of January sees the release of Shepard Fairey latest print, The Occupy Protester Print. This is the same image that featured on the cover last month for Time Magazine's "Person Of The Year" edition. The 18 x 24″ screen print will be a signed and numbered Edition of 450 with proceeds from the sale going to Occupy Wall Street.

The edition will be signed by both Shepard Fairey and Sarah Mason (pictured). Original Photo by: Ted Soqui / Corbis

Release Date for the print is 1/12/2012 at a random time during the morning. Pacific Standard time. It will be available for $60 from the Obey website here.

Adam Neate 'REVOLVING DOOR' Video

Elms Lesters Gallery have posted this clip of Adam Neate's latest Dimensional Painting 'REVOLVING DOOR' which will be exhibited at ART STAGE Singapore between 12th - 15th January 2012. If you happen to be in Singapore they will be at Stand no. D6-07.

Meggs Mural for Endeavor

Earlier this week we mentioned Australian artist MEGGS and his soon to be released 'King For A Day' print.

We have just watched this clip featuring the artist at work back in September 2011. The team at Endeavor Snowboards' invited the artist to their design office in September to paint some custom installations, including the largest wall mural he has ever done. Meggs' also offers up insights into the art scene and his inspirations.Sit back and check it out.

Phlegm Murals in Sheffield

We always enjoy seeing new work from Sheffield based street artist Phlegm, and it looks like he has been very busy last month. Despite the cold weather the artist has produced these three large scale walls all painted in an abounded building overlooking Sheffield while using Hot water bottles to keep the cans warm!
Images ©Phlegm

Meggs 'King For A Day' Print Release

Australian artist MEGGS is set to release a new Giclee print next week through the 1XRUN website. The 'King for A Day' giclee edition will be 12"x12"in size and printed on 330gsm 100% Archival Cotton Paper. The edition of 50 prints will be signed and numbered by the artist and on sale at the very affordable price of just $40.
It will be available online from the 1xRUN website from the 12 January.


Nice short presented by Crack & Shine and filmed by Will Robson-Scott, featuring graffiti artist's Roid and Horfe on their Australian adventure.

More info on the trip over here.