The Prefab lads were recently in California for the US Surf Open. They had been tasked with making 3 x 80ft wall installations;
The walls they pasted onto were later turned into bespoke furniture;
Looks like a sweet trip – jealous much?
The Prefab77 site has also been updated so go have peek and check out the new online store too;
www.prefab77.co.uk (photos in the post were from their blog)
prefab77.bigcartel.com – new online store.
Just seen this on there store, 30″ x 40″ sticker love that. Loving the new Heist colour-ways too!
A new show at Lazarides Newcastle is due to run from 3rd September 2010 through to 30th October 2010 featuring Modern Toss.
Bit info on the artists from the Laz site;
International cult cartoonists and creators of the Modern Toss Channel 4 TV series are bringing their unique brand of precision swearing and stylishly cak-handed drawing to the Lazarides gallery in Newcastle this September for an unmissable, ground-breaking exhibition of their artwork.
The scurrilously inventive satirists behind Mr Tourette and the Drive-by Abuser invite you along to witness their incredible range of top notch, limited edition prints, interactive art pieces and assorted, hilarious paraphernalia from the Toss Cabinet of Shit-Naks.
Expect some special treats – including their impressively researched ‘Periodic Table Of Swearing’ print, now adapted for use as a working fruit machine. The ever controversial Mr Tourette master signwriter will also be tackling the big issues with a new print illustrating his incisive summing up of the international
Modern Toss claim they will be concentrating even harder on addressing contemporary themes with this exhibition, so get yourself down there and check out their ‘Buy More Shit or We’re All Fucked’ shopping bags, a wall-friendly selection of superb ‘Space Argument’ prints and some highly collectible dirty pictures, hand-stitched in wool by enthusiastic mature ladies.
Couple of new Mobstr pieces and some stickers are worth a mention. The above Mobstr in particular as it had appeared on several big street art websites, such as; Wooster and Unurth. Deserved in my opinion as the piece is big and in a very public space, so gratz Mobstr. Few more shots follow.
On a few occasions in the last couple of weeks I’ve been lucky enough to watch Malarky, The Cloud Commission and Creative Ginger paint. Thought I’d share a couple of shots from the days In this post.
Yeah I know this is a well overdue update, but here it is anyway. Photo’s were taken in May and the pieces are by ©opy®ight, Malarky, Mobster and a few others.
Things have gotten a bit lax on this blog but I hope to change that today by sticking a few much-needed posts up.