Ron English, Shepard Fairey, TrustoCorp and Risk painted last week at the London Pleasure Gardens, a brand new cultural center of sorts from the folks behind MuTate Britain. Fairey has had some involvement with MuTate Britain organization before, but I’m not sure about the other artists. Whatever the case, there’s some nice work that went up at the gardens, including Fairey’s tallest mural to date and some great work on airplane nosecones by Risk and English (shown above).
Swap Fairey for Saber and you have the line-up at Letters from America, the show Corey Helford Gallery is putting on at Black Rat Projects starting July 4th, so if you like this work, definitely check out that show too.
Here’s some of the work at the London Pleasure Gardens, and we’ll probably do a part-2 of with more work in a few days:
Photos by S.ButterflyCategory: Events, Photos | Tags: london pleasure gardens, mutate britain, risk, ron english, shepard fairey, trustocorp