Wednesday, August 30, 2006

where've you put my stickers?

where have all the stickers gone?

Cubby down below mentioned that when he was in London last he noticed the lack of new (or old) stickers. What's up with that? Stickerthing had a quick wander around the capital this weekend and well...what have they done with my streetart?

Does anyone know what's going on? Is there a new fatwa? Does Mr Livingstone only like his art hanging on the walls of the National Portrait Gallery? We phoned the Camden Council to find out, but they didn't get back to us.

Monday, August 28, 2006

Breaking news from Junction Road…

Last night someone stole the Eskimo panel off the local shop’s “out of hours delivery facilitator". They’ve had to bodge the hole up with some bland old plywood.

All that work for some thieving scumbag with a little bit of initiative and a phillips head screwdriver to come along and hog… That makes me mad!


Tuesday, August 22, 2006

Stirling endorsement of the Capital

As seen on a toilet wall in the club 'Audio', in Brighton of course.


Friday, August 18, 2006

More Eskimo & Mr P

So, the more alert members of the audience will probably remember seeing something very similar to this not so long ago(see here) but when I got home from on Wednesday I found Mr P and Eskimo decorating this "convenience store out of hours delivery facilitator" (as I like to call it). They were painting the base coat from about 5, had the outlines done when I left at about 8 and had long since finished by the time a rolled in at 1am!

[Junction Road: August 2006]

Thursday, August 17, 2006

Prague street art

These just in from our man in Prague strcprstskrskrk. Displaying the healthy disregard for streetart characteristic of the Czech Republic. Yes, the first shot is a closeup of the second.

Tuesday, August 15, 2006

sweet as sweza

Berlin /Bologna based street artist SWEZA has a new site up, finally, with some sweet sticker and freehand work.

Monday, August 14, 2006

Back in the Kiez

After extended wanderings I am back in my beloved Berlin with a renewed appreciation for its street art-cue rant about how cleaned up London looks! So here are some favourites from the archives: the weird , the lovely and the plain obnoxious.

Monday, August 07, 2006


I've just been on a holiday picked purely on UV index and beach to not beach ratio - imagine my surprise (and my sister's annoyance) to discover that Sardinia is actually a graffiti hotspot! A lot of it was political but there were some cool bits like a cubist style piece and some iconic characters. I have a few more bits I'll post at some point but we had a nippy little hire car and often bezzed past pieces way too fast to try and photograph them! (They should consider a more realistic speed limit - 50km/hr just isn't gonna happen and if you're gonna break it seems you may as well completely blitz it - when in Rome and all that!)

[Cagliari: 2006]


There's something irresistible about toilets that brings out the artist in mankind. Perhaps it's to do with marking one's territory, not only with piss, but also with prose and pictures.