Last night I had the absolute pleasure of painting live at Koko as part of a DJ Krush and Prefuse 73 gig for Soundcrash.
The painting I made is to be auctioned for the Macmillan charity. It’s 120cm x 150cm and signed by myself, Prefuse and the mighty Krush!!
The auction begins tomorrow, log on to Soundcrash to bid! and go high!! It’s a great cause and I’d love to own it myself…
Me and Krush.
The final signed piece!
A new painting I only just finished for a charity auction to raise money for Haven House Children’s Hospice.
Haven House cares for children and young people between the ages of 0 to 19 who have life-limiting conditions and who are unlikely to reach adulthood. They help families by providing a range of services that include day, short break and end of life care, together with therapeutic play in the community. Families can find the support they need when they need it most at no cost to themselves. Haven House Children’s Hospice is a charity looking after children and their families in Central and North East London and West Essex.
An underdeveloped dream
Spray paint on canvas
40cm x 40cm
There’s very little I can say about coming across this show at La Place Forte in Paris, except it’s quite possibly one of the most exciting things I have found in a very long time… As a huge fan and student of the BBC Crew and especially Lokiss I was influenced from the moment I met Vincent (Lokiss), at Bridlington in 1989… Not meeting Jay One until many years later and having the fortune of showing work alongside both him and Lord Skki…
To me these artists know no bounds… They are as much the future as they are the past and These new paintings from Lokiss prove that….
It’s time for the Toys to die! The masters have returned…
My first proper print release is ready to roll… The print is 80cm x 80cm and will be a four colour screen print each one a hand finished edition of 50! The prints will be available from Laura McNamara Ltd This coming November.
Amazing sculptor, painter and graffiti legend; Mare 139 has a fantastic new show opening on October 5 at the Raw Space Gallery in New York.
I’m really looking forward to seeing what he’s calling a ‘structural intervention’. Mare 139 has always pushed the boundaries of his art and I expect no less from this his first showing in quite some time…
If you’re in New York, you need to check this show out!
Tonight is the opening night of the brand new Jaybo exhibition at Circle Culture Gallery in Berlin.
Jaybo’s work always seems to take giant leaps and it’s quite hard to keep up with his ever changing styles and ideas… This show is no different, a big departure from the figurative into some really abstract realms. I only wish I could be there!
Good luck Jaybo!
Taken from the Stormie Mills Twitter feed.