Broken Fingaz “Sex Picnic” Zine Party in London

SEX PICNIC - a new erotic zine by Broken Fingaz, was launched on the 18th July at MEN Gallery in London along with Haifa launch taking place on 14th August 2014.The last few issues of the new zine are now available to purchase online from the Broken Fingaz' Ghost Town website. Move quick before they all sell out!

If you missed the London exhibition and party have a look at this film shot by Dirtyface who were invited down to MEN Gallery and documented the London launch party.

Music by The Backliners
Filmed by Dirtyface

DUBL TRUBL film starring Aeon

Aeon in Sri Lanka from Dubl Trubl on Vimeo.

Ahead of the DUBL TRUBL Collective exhibition they have released this short film feature graffiti artist AEON who will also have work in their upcoming show, below are some words from AEON about the clip.  

"On my honeymoon in Sri Lanka, I found some time to fit in a bit of painting on the south coast of the island while my wife was happily poolside catching some rays. Armed with a bucket of paint, a few spray cans, a camera and tripod I found a sweet little spot in an abandoned hotel still standing after being battered by the 2004 Tsunami."

The DUBL TRUBL Collective's first exhibition is taking place in Berlin this September. Entitled DUBL TRUBL: Ich bin in Berlin, the collective have paired together artists from all over the globe, resulting in an incomparable assemblage of collaborative works. Styles will get clashed and egos smashed as these distinguished art deadbeats inspire and repel each other in equal measure.

Curated by Dscreet and featuring art, film, installation, music and more from: Aeon, Alex CF, Alex Fakso, Andrew Gillman, Anthony Lister, Base 23, Billy, Birdseed, BO 130, Break, BRK 192, Chips, Chips For The Poor, Christiaan Nagel, Chris Stead, CIRO, Cityzen Kane, Civil Civic, Cone, Conor Harrington, Crack, Creeps, Crilly Smalls, Cyclops, Dabs and Myla, Dan Speight, Darren John, Dave the Chimp, Deus, Dmote, Drax, Dscreet, Ebot, EMA, Eoin, François Jenssard, Fred Fowler, Gemma White, Ghostpatrol, Girl In The Cartoon, Kasio, Kid Acne, Kid Crowe, Kirpy, Ludvig, Lush, Malarky, Mark McClure, Matt Sewell, Merda, Microbo, Miss Van, Nychos, Olivia Skalkos, Onio, Party, Paul Insect, Phlegm, PMH, Pure Evil, Rainman, Rask, Reka, Revenge Is Sweet, Richt, Rone, Rowdy, Run, Rylsee, Sickboy, Sinic, Skewville, Skip WD, Space, Sumo, Thierry Noir, Timba Smits, Tizer, Trico, TwoOne, Vents 137, Vinnie Nylon, Xeme, Word To Mother, Ziggy Grudzinskas, 44 Flavours, 45RPM and 616.

DUBL TRUBL Opens September 18th, 6:30pm
 Urban Spree, Revaler Str. 99, RAW Gelände, 10245 Berlin.

Hang-Up Collections - Volume I

Hang-Up Gallery is delighted to introduce the launch of a new series of exhibitions entitled Hang-Up Collections. Expect to see key works from leading international urban and contemporary artists alongside super-fresh releases and exciting rare finds from the Hang-Up artist roster.

Adopting a slightly unconventional approach to the traditional exhibition format, new work will be added and removed throughout the exhibition duration allowing it to evolve and change over the weeks. Whether it’s straight from the artist’s studio, a unique and rare piece from Banksy or from the gallery’s own private collection, Hang-Up Collections will promise to bring you something new, different and exciting each time you visit.

The first Hang-Up Collections: Volume 1 will exhibit previously unseen work from rising talent such as Mark Powell, Lauren Baker, Joe Webb, Russell Marshall, Magnus Gjoen, Mason Storm and The Connor Brothers, as well as rare pieces and one-offs from artists including Banksy, Shepard Fairey, Futura, Herakut, Eddie Peake, Jake and Dinos Chapman, Jeff Koons, Mau Mau and Sir Peter Blake. 

Hang-Up’s gallery artists will prove a highlight of the show, many creating new works specifically for the collection including print, photography, sculpture and painting. This includes a brand new print release from collage artist Joe Webb exclusively through Hang-Up, an original oil by Mason Storm and an original embellished skull from Lauren Baker. The show will also include unseen works from Radiohead artist Stanley Donwood, a limited diamond dust edition from Dave White, and will introduce the exciting works of London based artist A.CE, a key figure in the UK Street Art scene for over 10 years.

HANG-UP COLLECTIONS - VOLUME 1 opens on the 16th August and will continue at the gallery until the 22nd September 2014. 

Hang-Up Gallery, 56 Stoke Newington High Street, London N16 7PB


Our City - 3 Rooftops - 3 Parties

This September, party beneath the East London skyline as London streetwear brand Boxfresh presents ‘High Rise’, a series of roof parties featuring three distinctive lineups, three exceptional rooftop spaces, three individual concepts, and one musical vision. With Waze & Odyssey, Pedestrian, Lapalux, Star Slinger, Syron, Alpines and many more, tickets £8 in advance here.

Saturday 6th September : 3pm - 10pm
Netil360 // Dalston Roof Park // Rockwell House

Full line up for each rooftop venue can be found on the Boxfresh Facebook event page.


MONTANA-CANS, NOVACANE Store Berlin and Berlin Boombox teamed up to have an awesome instore Live Painting Session with the German illustrator and artist Max Birkl. A selection of beautiful works from Max Birkl, an illustrator and graphic designer from Augsburg, Germany was also shown. Max was painting a Montana Boombox and also proofed his live painting skills on the stores shop windows…

Ceremony: Liam Hodges × James Pearson-Howes

 'Ceremony,' a new show by menswear designer Liam Hodges and photographer James Pearson-Howes hosted at Ditto Press. The show opened on Thursday but runs until the 24th August so plenty of time to catch it.

'Ceremony' brings together their creative output in a wholly original way, looking at the iconography of British folk rituals and the aesthetics of these ancient ceremonies in a modern world. The show will be a mixture of new and archive material, drawing parallels between their work, creating a space for dialogue between the garments, prints, images and video.

Ditto Press , 4 Benyon Road, N1 5TY London, United Kingdom

Same But Different’ - A two-man show with Darren John & VENTS137

Darren John and VENTS137 will be showcasing a selection of self curated works from a variety of series’ of each artists personal work, during the month of August.

Having spent a wealth of time producing ephemeral works together in a wide array of abandoned, derelict and often unloved spaces, the two have developed very distinct and identifiable styles from a melting pot of similar inspirations.

‘Same But Different’ aims to draw attention to the different outcomes of two individuals who are inspired and immersed in the same subcultures and interests. The show opens on the 7th August at 6:30pm at The Graffiti Life Gallery and will run until 31st August 2014.

Opening Night – 7th August 6.30pm. RSVP to
Drinks will be provided at the opening courtesy of Auchentoshan Single Malt Scotch Whisky.

The Graffiti Life Gallery, Cheshire Street, London E2 6EH


In his young career as an artist Will Prince and his work have been great bridge for art and hip-hop. This is the kid from Scotland that did Chief Keefs mix-tape cover, not mention all the others. As he drew his heroes (freehand) in their all their glory and his art has turned his heroes into fans. His work has sprawled beyond the Internet as he's created skate decks, album artwork, and even iPhone cases.

Despite the buzz he's earned with his current work, Will doesn't want to be known as the guy who just draws rappers. Will uses his own technique of drawing and computer graphics to make his stunning pieces. His work is very expressive and his lines in the work seem to have a life of their own, which create exaggerated yet real portraits.

You can catch Will’s work @BOXPARK from the 1st September and on Thursday 4th September from 7pm on the upper deck he will be throwing a launch party to celebrate. Expect some very special guests, complementary drinks and the chance to win a signed piece of art from the man himself!

Boxpark, 2 - 10 Bethnal Green Road, London, E1 6GY