Wednesday, 15 August 2018

@Brixton Street Gym

Today we worked on some T shirts for @brixtonstreetgym.
Shouts to everyone supporting the movement.

Wednesday, 8 August 2018

Designs for life

Today at The Project we looked at the early New York Graffiti scene by checking out @checker170_ on Instagram. The work created in the early 70s gave us the artform we have today and looking at the early work on the New York Trains was fascinating.
We also designed a new T shirt for Chelsea FC.

Tuesday, 7 August 2018

T shirt sessions

Summers here and so are the T shirt sessions. Today we are in Bermondsey creating art on fabric.

Sunday, 5 August 2018

New book cases for The Book Stop

We are currently expanding The Book Stop on Somerleyton Road with some new book cases. This means we can put out more reading material for you.
Come visit us at 6 Somerleyton road in Brixton.

Salisbury art sessions

This week the team took a trip to Salisbury to create Art with the young people at Churchill Gardens. After that we had a much needed break at the Cathedral. Thanks Salisbury

Monday, 16 July 2018

New Art

Artist in residence @benjaycrossman completed this piece for local resident Scott.
Also we have transformed the gym with a piece from the 2015 Urban Art Fair by Birmingham Artist @gent48.

Friday, 6 July 2018

Back to school.

Today we visited Forres primary school in hoddeston, Hertfordshire. We looked at the work that takes place at Stockwell Hall Of Fame and the work of hundreds of artists who pass through there each year to create masterpieces.
We also looked at the role of social media to promote artwork and reach a wider audience.
The pupils then created their own designs which were then painted onto a specially designed wall at the school.
Thanks to everyone at forres primary school for their hard work.

Tuesday, 3 July 2018

The Housing Office demolition

The Housing Office on Notre Dame estate is currently being demolished. The building was the setting last year for #thelambethlivingshow which featured artists from around the world and was attended by residents and visitors.
The building was abandoned by Lambeth Council and was turned into a meanwhile space for artists to produce work.
Fortunately we have managed to save a section of a piece created by Maddin Peterson from Cape Town who painted the side in 2013 but later passed away in 2014.
Rest in peace Maddin, your art lives on.

 Maddin in blue in 1999