Added on 18 April 2013
The aim for us as artists has always been very simple, produce the best work, and always strive to do better than the last piece.
Street work has always been at the heart of the work produced, its where the most enjoyment is, and it's what got us so obsessed from the start.
A new years resolution was to try and paint every weekend (weather permitting), obviously [read more]
Added on 3 March 2013
Our street work hasnt been anywhere near as active as we would like this year, in fact it's been non-existant. Lots and lots of cutting, but day job and life commitments make it tough to fit in painting when we would like to.
Our hometown is a very small place, there is ZERO graffiti or street art, save a few tags and some stickers. It was always impossible [read more]
Added on 5 February 2013
I do like Winter, I really do. It's just that it makes painting tough, cans don't work, fingers dont bend too well, and everywhere is covered in snow and ice.
Due to this I have been hammering out some stencils, it's a way of being productive, but not actually freezing my ass off. It's been an up and down process, not helped by my dog EATING parts of [read more]
Added on 26 November 2012
As winter hits there is always a slight feeling of stress for me, thinking I should have done more street work than I did. I'm not good in the cold, my joints hurt from old skate injurys, and I get frustrated with crap paint not working in the frost. So I turn to my studio, and produce canvas works.
The 2 most recent are very different, in approach, [read more]
Added on 23 October 2012
Yesterday I was contacted by London based Photographer Myriam Preston. Myriam is a photographer who specialises in streetart and graffiti.
You can read up on her experience of shooting these pics HERE