Invader " game is"

French artist Invader, is one of the biggest names in the world of urban contemporary art, I've put together a short piece on what makes him such a superstar. Fifth Walls TV hit the streets of Paris to check out the first show of 2017 by French artist Invader. " game is" will be running at the Musee en Herbe until September 3rd 2017 and is not to be missed.

Invader @invaderwashere

Musee en Herbe @museeenherbe

'Paracosm', Greek Street Art Show At BSMT Space

London's BSMT SPACE presents 'Paracosm', a glimpse through Greek Street Art. A dip into the otherworldly and detailed imagination of five of Greece's biggest names in Street Art including Argiris Ser, Cacao Rocks, WD street art, Thisisopium and Simoni Fontana.

Take your mind on a journey free from all real-world attachment and immerse yourself in the colourful and surreal language of these five artists. From Ancient Greek παρά (para, “beside, alongside”) + κόσμος (kosmos, “world, universe”), 'Paracosm' will showcase this alternate universe of Greek Street Art in a way London hasn't seen before!

The show will run from February 17th to March 5th
Tuesday-Saturday: 12 -7pm / Sundays: 11-5pm

5d Stoke Newington Road, Dalston, N168BH

OBEY London Sample Sale

This holiday season sees the OBEY crew roll into London’s East End for their Christmas Sample Sale; from sweats to jackets and from caps to bags they’ll be representing their Men’s and Women’s Collections at marked down prices.

From the opening on Thursday 15th December at 12pm up until Friday 23rd December Obey Clothing will be restocking and re-upping the selection of clothing available; keeping the whole shop fresh whilst littering the rails with exclusive samples and classic vintage cuts!

They will be in their usual spot on Brick Lane in the Old Truman Brewery so whether you’re just picking up a new tee for the summer or restocking your whole wardrobe pop down and come say hello!

Check out the Obey Facebook Event page here to share with your posse.

Opening Times:
Thursday 15th December 12pm - 8pm
Friday 16th December 10.30am - 7pm
Saturday 17th December 10.30am - 7pm
Sunday 18th December 10.30am - 7pm
Monday 19th December 10.30am - 7pm
Tuesday 20th December 10.30am - 7pm
Wednesday 21st December 10.30am - 7pm
Thursday 22nd December 10.30 - 8pm
Friday 23rd December 10.30am - 6pm

Location: The Old Truman Brewery, 91 Brick Lane, E1 6Q London, United Kingdom 


The worlds of visual art and music will collide when The Dean Collection x BACARDÍ® bring their innovative, experiential platform No Commission to London from 8-10 December 2016.

Following sell out shows in Miami and the Bronx, the UK will play host to the iconic rum brands first event in Europe featuring work from some of the world’s most celebrated street and fine artists, live music acts, and DJ’s. No Commission is a contemporary art fair, curated by music producer Swizz Beatz and The Dean Collection, to forge a direct link between artists’ practices and art patronage.

The platform is designed specifically to support both new and established artists. All artists are given their exhibition space for free and 100% of the sale of each artwork goes directly to the artists. The injection of immersive music performances from event collaborator BACARDÍ, shakes up the traditional art fair, creating a unique, cultural experience for visitors.

Some of the artists who will be displaying work at No Commission: London include: FAILE, Ricardo Cavolo Sandra Chevrier, DANK (Dan Kitchener), D*Face, Ben Eine, Conor Harrington, Paul Insect, OKER, and Jaybo Monk plus many more.

The Dean Collection X BACARDÍ present No Commission: London runs from the 8-10 December 2016 at The Arches in Southwark, London (Ewer Street entrance, SE1 0NR, off Union St.).

Tickets are FREE but there is limited availability. 
Visit nocommission.BACARDÍ.com for more information. 
Visitors must be 18 years of age or older.

Olivia Descampe's Cut-Out Dreams Exhibition

Olivia Descampe's passion for art came at an early age, as her mother was a fanatic art collector, she was constantly surrounded by art and inspiration. She studied interior architecture and product design but after moving to Berlin at the age of 26, it was there that she discovered her talent for collages.

It all started with a pile of National Geographic magazines from the sixties bought at the little shop around the corner. She found a certain peace in searching for the right images, and shortly after if became clear she wanted to push this further. To decompose images and combine them together to create something new, something different, something surreal, is what she would do from then and now on.

Most of Olivia’s work is made quite impulsively. What takes most of her time but also what she enjoys the most, is searching for new images and then cutting them to create her infinite palette of textures and colours to choose from.

Opening: Thursday 1st Dec / 6-9pm
Usual gallery hours: Tues to Sat / 12-7pm
Location: 1963 gallery space, 129a Kingsland High Street, London, E8 2PB .