Hervé: World-travelling, bequiffed*, mythical creature stickered across the globe! *totally made 'bequiffed' up My accomplice Brains (my semi-assistant in keeping me organised and not losing my mind) and I are kinda obsessed with crazy little cartoon characters (coLor's little worms being our newest loves). This quiffical* little beast Hervé is one of our favourites because, well... look at him! … Continue reading STREET ART: Hervé
Tom Miller: Crazy, colourful paintings with a surreal, kaleidoscopic vibe. WHO IS TOM MILLER? Tom Miller is an artist living in Bristol, UK. He creates surreal, hallucinogenic-looking paintings with beautiful whirls of colour and texture that give a somewhat chaotic yet hypnagogic appearance. I'd not seen any of Miller's canvas pieces but I'd seen a few of his street … Continue reading STREET ART: Tom Miller
Stewy uses stencils and spray paint to place animals and lesser-known cult icons in specific surroundings to highlight their importance to that location. I first discovered Stewy when I moved to Bristol, England. As many of you will know, Bristol is saturated with street art/ urban art etc and pieces come and go rapidly. Some get painted over, … Continue reading STREET ART: Stewy Stencils
There's something special about Jordane Saget. There’s also something loosely (and amusingly) comparable to a young Keith Haring scribbling all over the walls of New York, chalk in hand (watch the video below if you don't know what I mean). The newsreader's introduction is hilarious: “People who commit graffiti often have two things in common; anonymity and a … Continue reading STREET ART: Jordane Saget
Corpse creates these freaky faces that I could imagine standing waiting for you in the shadows... ...and when you're least expecting it, they'd quietly reach out a clammy little hand and GRAB YOU. And you'd turn to look at this thing that had grabbed you and you'd just see these tombstone teeth... and then you'd scream. ...And then it would … Continue reading STREET ART: Corpse
Angus: Tongue-in-cheek Bristolian stencil artist! Angus / @angusart85 Angus is an artist from Bristol who creates (mainly) stencil cartoons with tongue-in-cheek messages... a process he says is fun because it reaches such a wide variety of ages; children, who "recognise the cartoons", and adults who "recognise the text"! Batman, The Flintstones, Aladdin, Minion-style Pulp Fiction (yup, you … Continue reading STREET ART: ANGUS
ATM paints endangered birds (amongst other animals) on a huge scale with breathtaking accuracy and detail.