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Bookmark Malark – New Website

November 30, 2010

Malark launched his website the other week and it’s packed full of his illustrations as well as street pieces.

We also have the chance to purchase some of his work from the site too. Find it all here;

Get it bookmarked!!!


CoMusica #4 & #5

September 6, 2010

Bit of an update on the CoMusica wall. The August bank holiday weekend played host to a new jam at the wall. Photos follow.

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Graffiti update #8

September 6, 2010

Couple of new pieces in Newcastle.

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The art of Mr Owl

September 4, 2010

Followers of the blog will already be familiar with the work of Mr Owl. Over the summer he has been producing some fantastic new pieces including “Sailor Jeffrey” (above) and the colourful owl images that follow.

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Malarky in Barcelona

September 4, 2010

As some of you may or may not be aware, a few months back Malarky jetted off to sunnier sky’s. He’s been a big miss to the scene in the North East but has been producing some fantastic new pieces whilst in Barcelona;


Few new bits which are f**king sweeeet;

He’s been updating his blog/Facebook page pretty frequently so be sure to check it out!

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(All pictures/photos were taken with permission from Malarks blog)

Street Art update #17

September 4, 2010

Mr Owl and The Cloud Commission hit Ouseburn with a couple of cheeky pastey’s a few weeks back. Also in this post there’s a couple new Mobstr pieces which I came across.

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September 3, 2010

If you’re not on Electrik Sheep’s mailing list then you may not have heard about the new show which opens next week;

MiTHER TUNG opens Thursday 6th September at 6pm with one of Electrik Sheep’s famous street parties and will run for a month.

Buckets of discarded Victoriana feed FiST’s dirty habit: renovating the dead with graffiti-esque meanderings. Intricate lines adorn century-old anonymous portraiture. Faces are covered with lace-like masks and bodies ornated with cobwebbed clothing. The elegance of the static Victorian gaze contrasts with mutant weaponry and bulbous appendages that sprout like cyborgian add-ons.

The practice of FiST is more akin to sculpture than any other artistic tradition. It is associated with dirty things, with rummaging and digging through  the buried and the dust-covered. Paint and line are laid and sprayed and dripped on fragments of yesteryear – on wood and photograph, signage and cabinet. Through this can be glimpsed a future for our own redundant image, buried in digital archives.

FiST certainly has some interesting work so defo worth a visit if you’re in two minds.

Keep an eye on for more info.

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