O Contemporary – one of the UK’s leading contemporary art spaces is excited to announce the first ever UK showing of Sao Paulo’s most celebrated Urban Artists, Tinho, Pato and Flip. The exhibition which is the first of its kind to be held in the Europe will showcase a wide range of innovative techniques and styles not usually associated with more familiar forms of urban art.
Acclaimed photographer Kevin Mason, a.k.a. DarkDaze has unveiled plans for his much anticipated exhibition as part of the Brighton Fringe Festival. The exceptional new show is a collection of completely unique portraits which highlight Kevin’s ever-experimental style.
Here I have a copy of the Altered Egos documentary which has been put together and directed by Telio Vellacott for TwoTwelve Films and features graf and interviews from some north London writers and features background music from the likes of Farma G, Louis Slippaz and Dag Nabbit etc.
RareKind, the UK’s leading and best loved Hip Hop organisation has opened their much anticipated new store in the heart of Brighton. A stone’s throw from the previous shop location, the new store on Trafalgar Street is a massive expansion for RareKind following the success of the last four years.
Dark Daze from Brighton is a Graffiti Art photographer from the UK and having gained the trust of the local artists he was able to capture them at work. After catching an interview with the man britishhiphop.co.uk had the opportunity to bring you some of these shots, so we did...
Dark Daze is an acclaimed and groundbreaking Graffiti Art photographer from the UK and is to hold an exhibition called ‘Pieces’ at the University of Essex Gallery. Running from the 20th April to 11th May, britishhiphop.co.uk thought we had better catch up with the man and find out what he had to divulge...
One of the UK’s most acclaimed and groundbreaking Graffiti Art photographers Dark Daze is exhibiting in his highest profile show to date. The ‘Pieces’ show is a celebration of Urban and Graffiti Art from its inception in the late 70’s up to the present day.