These highly skilled artists are creating a huge buzz in street art by pasting up their provocative imagery around London. Paste-ups are fast becoming the ‘go to’ medium as a way to communicate in the increasingly transient world of street art.
Our artists have a unique approach to popular culture and mass media imagery, which are visually very exciting. Work included in the show features technicolor artworks emblazoned with trademark imagery (of animals, eyes, teddies, bunnies, little people) and bold iconography.
Their work is very current and intoxicating, appropriating the language of advertising and pop culture to create thought provoking, psychedelic visuals and messaging.
Join us on Thursday 26th October for the private view from 6pm until 9.30pm. The Exhibition runs until 25th November.
Ben Slow is a London based artist who is passionate about bringing fine art to the streets. Slow creates distinctive and expressive portraits on canvas and as site-specific murals. He finds an exciting dynamic in the contradictory relationship between the glamorous pop images and the raw, unrefined urban context in which such icons are celebrated. “The point of my work is to reduce the silhouette to its most elegant and minimal, while simultaneously embellishing its energy, depth and texture. The process is as symbolic as it is aesthetic.” Ben has exhibited UK, USA, France, Italy and Ibiza. Ben is well on his way to making a serious name for himself in both the street and fine art worlds.
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