502 / Remi Rough archive

I’ve been wanting to do an archive of the thousands of graffiti pieces I’ve painted for quite a while now and I finally got off my arse to start it.

It’s going to take me a while to get it all on there but I’ve made a start and thats something…

I hope you enjoy looking through them.

Remi Rough Archive

The Orgasmik Experience by Rough, Stylo & Juice126 – Worcester 1989.

499 / I’d love to talk right now but… 1XRun print release!

I have a new print release through the lovely guys at 1XRun in Detroit due in just a couple of days…

The print is taken from a recent painting entitled ‘I’d love to talk right now but…’ which was shown this summer in a group show in Montreal at Yves Laroche Gallery.

The print is 17″ x 17″ Archival Pigment Print on 310gsm Fine Art Paper and is an edition of only 60!
It’s available to purchase from Tuesday 26th November at 12pm eastern standard time.


498 / The Garage Project Detroit

I was very lucky enough to be invited to Detroit by the lovely Library Street Collective to be a part of The Garage Project that they curated for a brand new parking garage development.

I was given a massive 100 foot wall to paint and a smaller wall too. Artists like fellow AOC member Augustine Kofie, Duncan Jago, Push, Dabs and Myla, How and Nosm and so many more are all involved so I was extremely honoured…
I hope I can get back out there soon but for now here’s some images.

496 / The Guide to Urban Contemporary Art 2013

I was very lucky enough to be asked to be a part of this periodical.

The Guide to Urban Contemporary Art 2013 brings together a selection of over a hundred artists fromstreet art and graffiti that have made an impact upon the international art market.
The Guide 2013 Graffiti Art magazine is a must for all art lovers and collectors.

This special issue is a real guide to learn all about the most important artistic movement of the twenty-first century. Where to see, where to buy urban art, which artists and at what price?
A publication giving you over 500 pictures and more than 100 articles on established artists and emerging talents.

To purchase the guide –

495 / MTV Staying Alive Foundation


A diverse selection of leading contemporary artists and designers have come together to redesign the iconic MTV EMA to help raise money for the MTV Staying Alive Foundation at a special charity event on Saturday 2 November in London.

In conjunction with curators at The Future Tense, artists Yinka Shonibare, Ryan Gander, Dave White, D*Face, Remi Rough and Lee Broom along with Sabine Roemer and Philip Michael Wolfson have all taken the award and personalised them, finding inspiration from a variety of sources.

Sabine Roemer worked with Gemfields’ Zambian emeralds to produce a stunning version featuring a bird with two one-carat emeralds on its tail, whilst Swarovksi partnered with Philip Michael Wolfson to create a Superman-inspired piece. Dave White took inspiration from his recent Endangered Species series to recreate the camouflage of the Amur Leopard, and Ryan Gander produced a free-standing table lamp as part of an on-going series where the conceptual artist attempts to produce functional objects in an ad hoc manner.

The EMA is the world famous award handed out to winners at MTV’s annual global music awards show, which has showcased the hottest acts in music in a different European city each year since 1994. This year’s EMA show will take place at The Ziggo Dome in Amsterdam on Sunday 10th November.

These specially designed, one-off awards will be auctioned at a special gala event alongside an impressive range of money-can’t-buy lots, including training with the Manchester City F.C. Elite Development squad, a pair of VIP tickets to the MTV Movie Awards in Los Angeles including business class flights with American Airlines, a game of tennis on the hallowed courts of Wimbledon with Tim Henman and the chance to take on Chess Grandmaster, Garry Kasparov, 38-storeys high at SushiSamba.

Bidding for the lots has begun already online at –