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Sunday, 28 February 2010

New trailers

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A whole new level

The following 3 videos are all complete bollocks. Sadly, this is the latest London has to offer on youtube.

Whoever is making these videos, please stop!

The first one features a tourist who is obviously a little bit too excited over what he believes to be a war... Whats more shocking is that someone out there actually rated it 5 stars.



The next one is a 2 minute video you have never seen before, full of photo's you have, with incredibly dramatic music to put you possibly on edge.



Not sure what this last one is about. Are we on drugs on a bike or just in a dream? Fuck knows, but what shocked me the most is that someone has actually gone out and made a video like this. Riding around on a bike with a camera attached to his head whilst looking at graff! It could of been good but its just not.. must of been the drugs.

Saturday, 27 February 2010

Everyones favourite street artist



Next week’s issue of London city guide Time Out will feature a special edition cover, exclusively designed by Banksy.

ime Out will be selling a version of the magazine, which also includes an interview with the artist, without the Time Out logo on it and that includes a 68 x 51 cm poster of the cover

Wednesday, 24 February 2010

It just gets better

Car-train jumps aboard to celebrate GraffLondon's 6th birthday, along with keep the faith mag and banksy.


Yes, incase your pants aren't already fully creamed, banksys biggest fan, 'curtain', (as we now like to call him) is having his first solo show in the artfagism capital that is shoreditch.

Not only does this little cunt piss you off just trying to be another banksy, but he was arrested for £500,000 worth of theft which he got a slap on the wrist for, none of his illegal vandalism was even mentioned, not even his real name by the press!! Yet here we have a solo show which will attract a large crowd that will support him and the show. These people think they are fucking untouchable.

I just hope someone goes down there and steals something from his show or better off burn the whole building even if it ends up burning the whole of that area.
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Private View : 1st March 2010 6PM - 9PM
RSVP: Cartrain@Magictreegallery.com

Due to Limited Availability Invites will be sent out on a First come first serve basis. All Invites Are +1

Maverik Showroom
68-72 Redchurch Street
Shoreditch, London E2 7DP

Banksy film tickets 'sell out in seconds'

& full film review (not by us mind)

"I add my tag to the Leake Street tunnel and turn to see a critic from the Daily Telegraph doing the same."


As some of you may have read in the full of shit newspapers today, banksys special screenings have fully sold out, apparently in a matter of SECONDS which I think is supposed to make us all impressed but I can't say I was affected. Just the day before I read about the annoyance of things like fly-tipping, graffiti and other anti-social behaviour that councils were stamping down on. And now this loving banksy report less than 24 hours later which was on the very next page of the front one.
The film is being shown under the tracks of Waterloo and Leake street at a place called the Lambeth Palace (photo above). At cinema's nationwide from March 5th.

For a full review of the film and words from banksy then check the text below.


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The BBC reported “It is described as the story of how an eccentric French shop keeper turned documentary maker attempted to locate and befriend Banksy, only to have the artist turn the camera back on him”.

Banksy said: “It’s the story of how one man set out to film the un-filmable. And failed”. He later elaborated to the Guardian “It’s a film about a man who tried to make a film about me. Everything in it is true, especially the bits where we all lie.”

Banksy said he has organised the screenings so “normal people” can see the film “before the celebrities get stains all over the furniture”.
“We've got an usherette, except she sells spray paint instead of cigarettes. I think graffiti writing might actually be more socially acceptable than smoking,” he said in a statement.

REVIEW

LolGraff



From the dependably funny http://lolgraff.com/.

GRAFITTILOLZ

Tuesday, 23 February 2010

Paint N' Babes

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Anyone who doesn't find this photo erotic is a fucking fag. And if you haven't already, or haven't recently for whatever reason, taken a look at Drax's flickr, do so now; http://www.flickr.com/photos/draxwd/ (sort out these links! - knock)*


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Pure Poetry

Tuesday, 16 February 2010

Brussels

At least 27 dead, over 100 injured.



After posting that Teras post from Belgium this happened the next day in Brussels.

Monday, 8 February 2010

RIP London Legals...

I'm sure most of you reading are too gangster to care about legal walls, but I think it's worth blogging, so you can shit off.

In the past year or so chill/legal spots in London have started evaporating faster than a bunch of lepers in a wind tunnel, and whether you use them or not, this is 100% a shame - layers of graff history built up over years and years destroyed in one fell swoop, for no good reason whatsoever. In the case of places like Pig's Alley, they're so out the way that the council/police shouldn't even care about their existence; in the case of more central places like Southbank, they were livened up for tourists, locals and writers alike by being home to legal walls. Contrary to what wankers on this website like to think, graffiti isn't merely about racking paint, painting tubes and robbing toys; it's about expressing yourself, and London writers now have a far more limited array of places to express themselves than those from most other European countries.

All in all, we've lost;

Pig's Alley
The Pit
Plaistow
Sclater Street
Southbank
Trellick Towers
Tuffnell Park


Oh, and they've left Tuffnell Park and Southbank coated with pieces, despite there being no signs warning anyone the plots aren't legal - a cheap and nasty way of the Met bumping up their arrest numbers and making a few bob off the backs of people who are none the wiser, no doubt. They've also taken to cleaning Plaistow every fortnight. Bah.





Edit: HYB remind me that Sclater Street is also now illegal - similarly with no warnig whatsoever. I saw some people getting cautioned there the other day - a complete joke.

Sunday, 7 February 2010

Into This....

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Badboy Doze shows everyone at home exactly how it's done. 1996, The Pit.

Thursday, 4 February 2010

Best Music Video Ever...

From what I hear, this video was copied verbatim by some cunts who filmed at Leake Street. N00bs. Still, enjoy...

Wednesday, 3 February 2010

Keep The Faith

This magazine is GraffLondon approved


A mag I am looking forward to alot, I see some of the early rough work on it last year and if I were you I would be pre-ordering it right now. After it was supposed to be released in Jan, rumour has it that it was put on hold to collaborate with GraffLondon's 6th birthday...... Thats the beginning of March for those that don't know..

More soon, for now: http://www.keepthefaithmagazine.com/