May 2014 2
A few weeks ago I got involved, among 40 other artists, in the largest advertising takeover in history: the Brandalism Project. Over 2 days teams of guerilla artists took over 365 corporate advertising spaces across the UK. Artists were asked to design critical and striking artworks on subject such as capitalism, consumerism, well-being or human rights. My ‘Privacy: The Game’ piece was featured as a black and white illustration.
Watch the video:
Photo credits: Brandalism, Zabou
The Turnpike Art Group invited me to Turnpike Lane in North London to paint over a gate. The area already features works by Obey, Stewy, Art is tra$h, Christaan Nagel, Donk and more.
I’ve done a second version of ‘Alleluia!’, still featuring a street art version of Mary with some colourful rays. It turned out a church is actually located next to the piece!
Title: ‘Alleluia! 2’ – Made with: Stencil, Spray paint // Langham Road, Turnpike Lane, London – 2014
Photo credits: Zabou, Turnpike Art Group.