In the club with SNUB-SINNA-MISHFIT
Collab with SNUB
A mere selection of the paint from Henxs. Much more was acquired…
This is just the bottled Sid brew. Darkside and Bright side was on offer. It was also on tap and then there were a couple of pallets of Budvar too.
Painting vans alongside Multi syndicate crew and NOL
L-R: SNUB – MISHFIT – SINNA ONE – EDO RATH – NOL
The whole shebang.
Paint and Beer 2013. Alongside Mishfit and Edo Rath.
JAKE. Just a taster of some of the immense graff peices.
Details from the DRIES / SINNA collab. Fat cap only.
Another awesome year at Paint and Beer and all in all it rocked.
With Sid on the amazing brew tip, Dries on the artist liaision with a loose ‘Street Art versus Graff’ theme ( It always seems like that anyway, with the artists segregated that way!), the whole day was brilliant fun and I met some sound peeps.
Painting massive walls and then later vans too, I ended up in the club at 4am and, to my delight, stumbled across these amazing Techno Gnomes having it on stage.
Thus enabling me to stay up and drink more fine beer and dance away the rest of the night. Brilliant!
I always love the Paint and Beer because it always inspires me to try out things that I wouldn’t normally do and I see an array of amazing styles.
Literally painting from the minute that I got there to the moment that I left, the event always does exactly what it says on the tin. Simple!
Thanks to all Friekens crew especially the one and only Dries and Sid ( and fam). Mega love and respect to the UK connection. Snub fam always in full effect.
Until next year.
This Friday 3rd May sees the launch of the new group show ‘Superstition’ at the Art Schism gallery on Gloucester rd, Brighton.
I have some new work on display. The preview is from 6.30pm until 9pm. I shall be live painting at the event. Event page here.
The White Rabbit gallery opposite shall be opening their doors for the first time on the night and also showing off the new juice bar they have opened with alcoholic juices up for grabs.
You can see a small mural that I have painted for them too.
The Superstition show at Art Schsim runs from 3rd until the 31st May.
As part of the Waste of Space project, Grafik Warfare are to be doing a small show on the weekend of the 18th, 19th 20th May.
There shall also be an open day on the Thursday 17th from 1pm – 4pm and a private view from 6pm – 9pm.
The Waste of Space project is part of Brighton Fringe and is about highlighting the use of empty shops and buildings in Brighton.
Grafik Warfare have the shop to exhibit works and there shall also be some doodling sessions going on.
On the 19th and 20th there are spray painting workshops for ages over 12. Sessions run for an 1hr and 15 mins and cost £10 per person. This price includes tuition, paint and a canvas.
For more info call me on 07863364314 or email email@example.com
Gonna be painting at this tomorrow night. My name is on the flyer, it’s just misspelt.
Gonna be a goodun and some dino style tomfoolery to be had by one and all.
Come on down for ace tunes and Prehistoric art!
Starts at 5pm until 10pm at the Caxton Arms, Brighton.
Many thanks, yet again, to the guys at Producer’s Retreat and at the Caxton Arms for another great paint and choons event. The vibes were all peace and love, the paint and beer was flowing. With the flower power beats busting out and the Nag Champa slowly burning in to our brain, this Retreat was one of the best yet.
Props to Max and Charlotte, who knows how to rock a party.
Fellow artists on the night were Pinky, Snub23, Mishfit, Hinesy Hines, Ennui and Squirl Art.
If you’re based in Brighton and you haven’t been to one of these nights, then you are most definitely missing out.
Check out the facebook page for more info and pics here.
In the past year and a half I have been involved in some of the biggest wall projects that I have ever done. It started in May 2010 with the event The Beautiful and the Canned 2, which was a highlight of 2010’s May Fringe Festival in Brighton and Hove. There were a number of large walls painted around the city by a selection of amazing spray paint and stencil artists. This event was lovingly and meticulously organised by Brighton’s own Guy Harris and Fay Mcdonald at WET PAINT PRODUCTIONS. The wall I was involved with, as seen above, was a collaboration with Brighton’s no.1 female spray artist, MISHFIT, London’s awesome character artist , INKFETISH, mural cartoonist, KEV MUNDAY and Leamington Spa’s super tech stencilist, DBO. With a special guest appearance by Holland’s (or Nolland) crazy graff cartoonist, NOL getting as high as he always gets ( he is a very tall guy!). This was assisted by Independent Scaffolding of Brighton
In August 2010, I single handedly painted the largest mural I had ever painted. The wall ( as seen above ) took a week to complete, up a scaffold and I probably went through around 50 tins of spray paint. Powered by the mighty KOBRA brand and once again supported and elevated by INDEPENDENT SCAFFOLDING of Brighton, the wall was commissioned by THE PROPERTY SHOP to promote a new business venture in to home repairs called ALL BUILDING TRADES. The image is the cut away of a house showing lots of building and repairs going on throughout.
This year has seen more large work go up ( see below ) and there are still a few more projects in the pipe line.
Friday sees the Openingof the new Grafik Warfare show at the Graffik Gallery on Portobello Rd.
As well as exhibiting some new work myself, there shall be new work from other Grafik Warfare contenders. The collective shall be transforming this usually white gallery space in to a hellish urban art warzone for the duration of the show. As well as SNUB 23, MISHFIT, LEEKS, T.WAT and the usual GW crew we also have special guests REQ1, Julian Kimmings, Fauna Graphic, Rocket and INKFETISH to name but a few.
Show opens on the 4th of March and runs until the 20th March.
Full details below.
Grafik Warfare presents
Unique artwork on forgotten surfaces
Private view: Thursday 3rd March
Show opens: Friday 4th March
Show closes: Sunday 20th of March 2011
284a Portobello Road
Tube – Ladbroke Grove (1min) or Notting Hill Gate (10mins)
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Carleen de Sozer