This weekend saw the return of the Whitecross Street Party and the Rise of the Non-Conformists Art Show. Each year, the event gets bigger and bigger featuring an array of talented artists that display their work for several months in the heart of London. Always a fan of White Cross, this year’s line-up was the best yet featuring large scale works by Malarky, Ronzo, Shepard Fairey, Conor Harrington and so many more which will be on display until September.
Below are just some teaser images of the work, but check back for pictures of the antics from the weekend.
This week was exam week, so that means that the majority of my time was split equally between studying and procrastinating with my roommates on N64 and that this week’s link-o-rama is a bit longer than usual:
A perfect example of how street art can brighten up a community (unless there’s backlash for trying to make the site of a car crash look nice, like the backlash when artists painted the separation wall in Palestine).
This should be a fun event. ROBOTS, makers of large wooden street art sculptures, have put together a show with Roa and Phlegm for later this month in South London. Black/Light will include new murals and installations from the artists, plus live music and films. The show runs from the evening of February 24th through March 6th in the Bussey Building in Peckham Rye.