Stinkfish at BSMT Space in Dalston, London

For 15 years Stinkfish has been painting on the street, but this September BSMT SPACE will proudly open his first solo exhibition of works on paper.

This Colombia-based artist considers himself a Graffitist, his life revolves around graffiti and its principles of independence, anonymity, freedom and illegality. Painting with conviction without permission! The street is important to Stinkfish, he sees the common neighbourhoods and free spaces as an opportunity for people to politicise and observe at the same level.

'Portraits in Transit' is a story of the journey of his works, portraits that come from the street and transcend these spaces to return to the street. They are ordinary people captured by photograph, their image translated into his signature bright colour palette and re-imagined in a new context.

'Portraits in Transit' will be running from September 22nd to October 8th, with a private view on September 21st, 6pm. Thanks to Amigos for coming on board for this event, expect some ice cold beers at the opening! To attend the private view please RSVP:

BSMT SPACE is open Tue -Sat 12-7 and Sun 11-5.
You can find us at 5d Stoke Newington Rd, London, N168BH.

Summer, beach, sand and Neon with Spidertag

Some cool new artworks by street artist Spidertag created in the sand of Cadiz, southern Spain, with his amazing and unique neon portable cables. Check out the photos below.


LLEGANDO A TU DESTINO (arriving at your destination in English) is the name of the new mural of Dourone in Estepona, Spain. This mural depicts a woman from the back about to arrive at her destination. The flowers an element very present in this work was inspired by the area. The values of Respect, Diversity and Freedom continue to be ubiquitous through the various symbolic.

This 21-meter high mural can now be enjoyed in the Andalusia city of Estepona. Images via the artist.

StolenSpace presents a new solo show by BUFF MONSTER

StolenSpace is proud to present 'Something Melty This Way Comes' the new solo show and pop up show by legendary New York based artist Buff Monster.

The show will feature a selection of new works as well as a take-over of the StolenSpace shop area.The man himself will be in town for the opening, signing copies of his book 'Stay Melty' and his new 'Melty manifesto'.

“For this show, I’ll be taking over the front gallery space, turning it into a hybrid gallery show / pop-up shop. I’ve always liked making small-edition collectibles; to me it’s a very natural extension of the work that I make. I recently refocused all the patches, pins, toys and other goodies under the Stay Melty brand. So we’ll have a bunch of those goodies in the shop there (and some new suprises as well)."

Exhibition Dates: 04.08.17 - 20.08.17

Opening Reception: Thursday 3rd August, 6-9pm

StolenSpace Gallery, 17 Osborn Street. London, E1 6TD

VNA Magazine – ‘ALL GOOD THINGS’ 10-Year Anniversary Exhibition

As the saying goes, ALL GOOD THINGS must come to an end and, after 10 amazing years, Very Nearly Almost Magazine is shutting up shop.

Finishing on a high that has seen the front cover graced by some of the brightest stars of the contemporary art world, including D*Face, Invader, Shepard Fairey, Futura, Swoon, Martha Cooper and more, the team behind VNA have made the difficult decision to draw this chapter to a close with an exhibition and forthcoming book.

In celebration of the incredible people that have made the magazine what it is, VNA are presenting their 10th Anniversary group show with some of the team’s favourite featured artists. 50+ artists make up this hand-picked selection of the world’s top talent, showing in one of East London’s longest-running contemporary urban art institutions, StolenSpace Gallery.

Showcasing work from all over the world, ‘ALL GOOD THINGS’ is comprised of original artworks, exclusive artist proofs and hand-finished prints from some of the leading international artists - artists who have helped shape the scene as we know it today. The VNA team has also assembled a tailored collection of some of the brightest new painters making waves across the globe.

The exhibition is all up for grabs, with artwork auctioned off on artFido and all proceeds from the auction sales donated to Macmillan Cancer Support. Bidding will begin at midday Thursday 27th April, closing at midnight on Sunday 30th April

The show opens for public viewing from 6-9pm Thursday 27th April and daily until the 30th April 11am-7pm at: StolenSpace Gallery, 17 Osborn St, London E1 6TD