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Small Batch Coffee Roasters x The London Mural Company

Small Batch Coffee Roasters x The London Mural Company

We were recently back in Brighton ( Well, Hove actually..) Painting for Small Batch Coffee. Even though the weather was torrential at times we were warmly welcomed by the staff and plied with coffee.  Visit our projects page to find out more.


Recent project | The Westgate school

Recent project | The Westgate school

We recently finished a piece for The Westgate School Maths department. It was our second time painting at the school and the feedback we've received so far has been overwhelming. Find out more about the piece and the ideas that went into it here


Five Finds For Friday

Five Finds For Friday

A selection of the artists, creatives and accounts that really stood out for us this week.

Artist

Every now and again you discover an artist that ticks all the right boxes. This week it has to be the work of Michal Lisowski. His work is stylish, full of depth and charm and executed perfectly.


Mural

It's so refreshing to discover an muralist that isn't conforming to the Pop culture movement within 'street art' Axel Void certainly isn't about recycling iconic cartoon characters or producing clean cut family friendly art. His work is dark and disturbing with claustrophobic undertones of menace. Definitely worth paying his site a visit.


Campaign

Born in France and now operating across Italy and Europe Clet hijacks public signs and spaces and leaves them with his own twist. Full of humour and often representing a social or political message his work is definitely worth exploring.


Account worth following

Check out the Instagram account of artist Seb Niark. Full of character and colour, his work is traditional cubism crossed with a psychedelic acid trip. Very nice... 


Procrastination is the art of keeping up with yesterday
— Don Marquis

Five Finds For Friday

Five Finds For Friday

Our weekly selection of the artists, creatives and more that really stood out for us this week.

Artist

Nim Ben-Reuven is a freelance Director based in Brooklyn NYC. He has a keen eye for calligraphy and seems to spend a lot of time making things out of cardboard. 


Mural

The known artist as 'HOXXOH' created this piece earlier in the year for National Historic Preservation Trust at the Miami Marine Stadium.


Interview

Last week Mass Appeal released an interview with the first graffiti artist ever. 'CornBread' Explains how and why he started, as well as the the story of him tagging an elephant.

Account worth following

The Bizarre and beautiful work of the Spanish artist known as Ampparito. You wont be disappointed...


Love the art in yourself and not yourself in the art
— Konstantin Sergeievich Stanislavski

Five Finds For Friday

Five Finds For Friday

Our weekly selection of the creatives, artists, projects and accounts that really stood out for us this week.

Artist

Craigio Hopson is an illustrator originally from London. He graduated in 1994 with a degree in Illustration and since then his work has been featured in publications across the globe.


Mural

Bold, bright, crisp and colourful, find out how French artist POTER created his latest installation here.


Project

The beautiful sketchbooks of artist Jared Muralt. He's got a keen eye for detail that is carried throughout his work. 


Account worth following

The Russian Instagram account ART SOURCE a collection of stunning art work from around the world.


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Creativity is just connecting things. When you ask creative people how they did something, they feel a little guilty because they didn’t really do it, they just saw something. It seemed obvious to them after a while. That’s because they were able to connect experiences they’ve had and synthesize new things.
— Steve Jobs