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By Harry, Jan 30 2018 02:14PM

Know Hope has released a limited Zine that documents his "A Collective Heartbreak" project for the 2017 Nuart Festival in Norway.

"Creating a series of outdoor interventions and an indoor installation using words extracted from stories shared by locals, 'A Collective Heartbreak (Stavanger)' attempts to draw analogies between the various forms of heartbreak and the experience of an industry crisis in the oil capital that is Stavanger,"

The independently piblished zine is available online HERE for $13 plus shipping ($5 to the UK)

Comprised of 50 pages, a collective heartbreak is printed in an edition of 500.

Know Hope lives HERE



By Harry, Jan 25 2018 01:54PM

UPDATE 26TH Sold Out.

Sometime on Thursday 25th January Graffiti Prints will be dropping 21 colour screen print Hope by London based street artist Fanakapan. This print makes use of the artists signature hand sprayed silver helium balloon imagery that can be found beautifying walls from Bristol to Dubai.

Hope is a basic edition of 125 and there is a special hand finished edition of 10 if you have deeper pockets.

21 Colour Screen Print On 300 Gsm somerset satin Paper

Signed By The Artist

Edition Of 125 Standard / 10 Hand finished.

Measuring up at 88 x 68 cm

Graffiti Prints Live HERE


A Bit Of Fanakapan On The Street
A Bit Of Fanakapan On The Street



By Harry, Jan 9 2018 10:32PM

Thursday 11th January sees the opening of Lost Coast, the debut London exhibition by San Francisco based photographer Carson Lancaster.

"Lost Coast is a photographic essay about the most undeveloped and remote portion of the California coastline. In May 2017, the photographer undertook a journey with his two older brothers along the wild and raw coastline for his 30th birthday."

The exhibition, co-curated by Benjamin Murphy at Delphian Gallery in Kingsland Road, E2. Opens with a Private View at 7.30 with drinks generously supplied by Camden Town Brewery.

Full details can be found HERE on the Facebook event page and HERE on the gallery website.

All images © Carson Lancaster
All images © Carson Lancaster

By Harry, Dec 7 2017 03:49PM

Sickboy has released a new hand cast resin sculpture, he's called it Forever and it's available now.

Sickboy “FOREVER” hand cast resin sculpture ‘Standard Edition’

Edition: 40

Price: £175

Signed by the artist, numbered and editioned by Save The Youth

You can pick these up HERE at Sickboy HQ and in store at Kasso + Smogg 36 St Nicholas st, Bristol BS1 1TG. Or online at Kasso + Smogg HERE

Sickboy “FOREVER” hand cast resin sculpture ‘Special Editions’

Edition: 10 aritsts proofs in one off colourways

Price: £250

Signed by the artist, numbered and editioned by Save The Youth



By Harry, Dec 7 2017 12:20PM

London based street artist Mobstr recently released another of his acid etched mirror editions.

It's Rude To Stare, produced with East London's go-to screen printer Aida Wilde uses a new colour created by the pair.

By Harry, Nov 12 2017 10:43PM

Legendary Bristol street artist Xenz ( Yes! I know he's from Hull originally ) has a new print available from London's Nelly Duff. Clouded Yellows features the artists much loved Butterfly paintings and is available in a basic edition of 50, a hand finished edition of 20 and a heavily hand finished edition of 10. All of which are still available at the time of me writing this post (which makes a nice change)

The basic edition
The basic edition

The print is a Giclee with screen printed varnish.

Measuring up at 61cm X 91cm

Edition of 50 £195

Edition of 20 Hand Finished £295

Edition of 10 with crazy amount of Hand Finishing £495

You can see more over at Nelly Duff HERE

A piece by Xenz painted last month down by the East London canal
A piece by Xenz painted last month down by the East London canal

Nelly Duff live HERE

Xenz lives HERE



By Harry, Oct 3 2017 08:52PM

Last week artbleat had the pleasure of bumping into Tom and Craig from Static while they were halfway through painting their mural on the Jealous Gallery rooftop. After the usual pleasantries were exchanged the duo revealed they have hatched a plan to give away pieces of art by hiding feathered totems around London. The location of these treasures will be revealed by the pair's social media channels this week.

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