ZINA Exhibition at Canvas Bar, London

The Norwegian artist internationally known as Artist Zina , is a young London-based street artist who has become well known for her blue-scale portraits of women and children. She has been getting a lot of attention this past year and has been invited to an increasing number of street art festivals. Whereas she paints mostly in London and the UK, she has also been beautifying walls in Jamaica and even Oslo.

She only started spraying 4 years ago when she moved to London after finishing her bachelor degree in illustration in the SouthWest of England. Mostly self taught, she has been picking up a few tips and tricks from the guys, but has explored the use of cans on her own during live events and festivals.

Current work documents her interest for the urban art scene that has sparked a desire to work with spray paint. These outdoor paintings combine influences, looking at realistic portraiture and different ethnic cultures. Her studio work comes from an interest in a rising, Pop-surrealistic Movement, that demonstrates bold colours, rustic steam punk, symbolism and decorative elements.

Exhibition: 2 April - 30 April
Canvas Bar , 235 Old Street, London, EC1V 9HE.

Click Here to Unsubscribe with Ian Stevenson at KK Outlet, London

KK Outlet invites you to the launch party of Ian Stevenson's delightful exhibition, Click Here to Unsubscribe. Ian’s a London based illustrator, quick witted, with an irreverent stance. He paints on rubbish, takes the piss and has exhibited at Tate Modern. Expect brand new, never seen before, illustrative works from this pencil wielding linear master.

Turning trash into treasure, Ian’s work is both engaging and enlightening. Influenced by his immediate surroundings, everyday life and the TV from which he reflects the reality of living in the 21st Century. Ian re-directs his twisted and joshing take on the world to create distorted characters, murals, alternative slogans, animations, sculptures, customised photographs plus anything from coffee cups to record sleeves.

A recent collaboration with Russell Brand, to promote his book Revolution, saw Ian’s artwork on the Village Underground’s wall in Shoreditch. A larger than life sized mural, jam-packed with blissful characters and hilarious, satirical slogans.

The exhibition's grand opening is going to be a blast!
The beer is free. Everybody is invited. See you there.

Launch Party: 2 April 2015, 7 - 9pm
Exhibition Runs: 3 - 25 April 2015
KK OUTLET, 42 Hoxton Square, London, N1 6PB