Knapple is a self taught graffiti artist who lives in Norwich but paints regularly in London,
she has a bold, no fuss style which mirrors her view on life. She love to paint big murals
just as much as she loves tagging her signature Knapples wherever she goes.
She paints whatever comes into her head, sometimes spiritual, sometimes whismical but always with a hint of a rebel heart.
Knapple take her inspiration from everyday life and her artistic influences including Hockey, Haring and Matisse.
Originally started in France, very little personal information is known about STRA, keeping his identity unknown allows him to keep his spirit & work free.
STRA paints first by pure passion, he became addicted to the spray cans when pretty young, throwing up his name around town.
Known for his powerful satirical & social issue comments. His strong messages often controversial made him easily distinguish from other stencil artist.
STRA work combines elements of our current culture, urban art today, Marxist theory & political Art.
Using Black, White & Red as his favourite colour palette. Working with different types of street art media, STRA has been using stencil, wheat paste, stickers, collage, sculpture and murals as his weapons. Using the anagram of ARTS as his signature.
Always on the road, STRA’s work can be seen in some major cities in Europe like London, Paris, Berlin, Lisboa or Amsterdam, but also around Australia and Asia.
Alexandra Ramirez is a visual multidisciplinary artist based in London. Her work spans within vast range of media including painting and illustration as well as textile & fashion design, printmaking, creative lettering, graphic design & branding.
Her endless energy storms out with vibrant colours and dynamic line and shape. Inspiration comes from urban subcultures, the never sleeping city with its small stories to tell. Her main focus is the portraiture and she loves experimenting with techniques.
Travelling Illustrator & Fine artist specializing in large scale murals. Research of indigenous cultures, altered states and traditional lost techniques.
Luke Gray (UK) is a travelling surrealist painter specializing in large scale paintings on walls and canvas. Born colour blind he was forced to use an almost exclusively black and white palette, working with patterns and textures rather than colour.
He draws from traditional Asian decorative arts as well as art nouveau and symbolist painters.
In 2013 he started an 8 year journey of hitchhiking around the world painting murals for hostels and bars to support himself, collecting influences and techniques as he travelled.
After visiting over 50 countries he became an established painter inspired by a wide range of multicultural art styles.
Jelly is a London based artist known for painting feminine figures with dynamic supersized eyelashes.
Her background in politics, history and sociology, along with multiple autoimmune conditions influence her artwork. Narratives of ableism, empathy, political and social issues are saturated with colour and satire. Her energetic pieces support critical thought over apathy and promote love and self-worth.
Using various media from acrylic, gold leaf and spray paint, Jelly paints on canvas as well as creating street art murals around London and beyond. Jelly also thrives at live, immersive and collaborative events and has worked with: The Vaults Festival, Extinction Rebellion, Party n Paint, Art House Project, Battle Cancer Graffiti Jam and the 2020 virtual Cheltenham Paint Festival.
Frankie Curtis "curtiscreationz" is a London based doodle artist with an overactive imagination.
Inspired from a childhood watching cartoons, her work is an explosion of characters pulled from the depths of her (pretty weird) brain.
Albert Agwa is an artist working and living in Tottenham, London.
Working with figurative forms, his playful use of colour and shape create a uniformed, accessible aesthetic.
Albert is the founder of Bud Studio. Bud creates outcome driven art using close collaboration, research, passion & craft. Authentically artist driven, Bud Studio believes in transparency, always with an eye on the betterment of our artistic community.
Many Faces is a London based street artist, known for painting his distinctly styled characters using bright, vibrant colours.
His style and technique are massively influenced by traditional graffiti culture, however in his old age his 'bombing' days are mostly behind him. Yet living in a city that is so tolerant to art and culture he's found a more recent passion in painting in public spaces, feeding off of the interaction with passers by.
His philosophy is to try and brighten up and bring some vibrance to any space his characters may inhabit.
Abstraction has been the main performative character of graffiti evolution. Letters that evolve, create environments and go further than in a simple white canvas is what Juan2 does.
This Spanish graffiti artist possesses a very personal style. His pieces born from the original idea of graffiti, the letters, but transforming them into the main and unique character of his composition - always in a play between the wind and the waves, breaking to the coast of the wall.
Juan2 left his hometown, Alicante before his 20s - full of eagerness - focused on building a career in the art industry. Completed studies in Fine Arts, Graphic Design and Art Production, combining digital and manual drawing in the studio with painting on mural surfaces in the urban landscape. Since 2012, Juan2 is based in London where develops his career in photography post-production and continues - as a recreational pursuit - creating independent letters that dance all over the walls, canvases, paper supports, etc.
Juan2 has an own philosophy of life and how the art interacts with it. For him, art is tangible and intangible: it is something that can be created and touched, imagined, shared and overjoyed... but also, it is the way people live, understand and interpret life.
Close mentally your eyes, travel away from where your body is... imagine how the letters transform your time. Imagine how life is worth with them on it.
Endless is a London-based artist. His provocative and radical creations tell a story of our world that is bold and intense. Starting out using the walls of our nation’s capital as his canvas, Endless’s reputation has risen to capture the attention of its residents, foreign visitors and the media alike. The public buzz around his work has snowballed, to a point where now iconic brands, celebrities and the art world all know his name.
Today, Endless continues to devote a large portion of time to art on the streets. But his most exclusive work can be found in London’s most prolific galleries, as well as within the homes of the well-established.
Orbit London is a London based Artist, established July 2015.
With a fascination of subjects that offer a window into infinity. Mainly, astronomy, consciousness, mycology and geometry. Turned painted, to express metaphorical findings. Baring a question for humanity’s true origin. The focus of Orbit’s work became Fungi. Spending 4 years studying Mushroom photography, mind blown by the living story of this sentient morphological being.
His Art work takes a look at the relationship humanity shares with Fungi, currently, historically and future bound. Studying mycologists like @PaulStamets, with real world scientific facts. After many hours listening to the likes of Terrance (R.I.P) and Dennis McKenna, now aiming to share this information with the general public. Truly informed of the success of Fungi, he is hoping one day humanity can learn to adopt these hyper smart ways of living, to live in balance with nature.
Member of Spectrum
Art activities began as a graffiti writer in 1997. Developing a style based on knowledge gained as an urban artist and craft of his profession as a designer. Passion for both - street letters and typography evaluated to abstract geometric compositions. His walls can be seen around Poland, Taiwan, France, Germany, the United States and the United Kingdom.
About - I’m looking for vibration and rhythm, the play of line creating positive and negative space, searching for tonal balance through contrast and harmony. I believe abstraction it’s the closest form of visual art to the music world, as it has the ability to convey emotional or expressive feelings and ideas without reference to recognisable objective forms already existent in reality. I rely on my intuition while building the composition based on basic shapes. I like to keep it playful and treat the process as a form of meditation.
Nerone‘s work is very much inspired by the energy and vivid atmosphere of the street; after Bordeaux and Paris, he now lives and works in London.
The vibrancy of the city and its crazy nightlife, with the never-ending labyrinth of neon lights and music clubs inspire many of his paintings. His more organic work represents unique colourful flowers mixed with the surreal lighting of fluorescent tubes.
As he is aware of the various ecological challenges and economic problems of today’s world, Nerone constantly insists on spreading a positive message through his art.
Throughout his career, he has been commissioned to work for different artistic events around the world, such as the International Flowers Festival in Seoul, the FIA Formula E Championship in Berlin, and the Flower Show Turkey in Istanbul.
His colourful and outlandish walls can now be seen in many places, including Paris, New-York, Cartagena, Bangkok, Berlin, Marrakech and Seoul.
DRT is an exterior decoration project centered around filling the mudane with contrasting sharp lines and sassy fills.
The distinctive logo is designed to confuse in a "if you know you know" way and is seen in murals and stickers around the world.
Little is known about who is behind the project but work from the DRT project can often be found amongst artists' work from South East London's Spectrum group.
EPOD is a street artist based in London.
Born on the outskirts of the city on a high-rise estate, .EPOD had a fascination to draw from a very early age.
His love for urban city life and industrial architecture was the spark that inspired him to begin drawing landscapes and figures in the early stages of his life as an artist.
Fully-immersed in the 90’s underground street art and music scene. As this culture grew, so did. EPOD and he soon established himself as an artist.
Hello, the Mushroom is a London-based artist whose work can be found on the streets and in galleries. Her work is mostly based on collage and other reworked found imagery. It takes a humorous approach to female empowerment, sexuality, body image and beauty standards as well as reflecting her recovery from a life-threatening form of cancer. Her work often features skulls representing the transience of life while challenging us to re-evaluate our life's purpose and priorities.
Frankie Strand is a British artist, living and working in London. Her artwork ranges from small intricate pencil drawings to large scale paintings that span entire buildings. Hugely inspired by natural and medical history, Frankie’s work is largely informed by time spent sketching specimens in museums and observing plants and wildlife during her travels across Asia.
Occasionally her work leans towards a darker side through the exploration of morbid and sinister themes. At other times, you could say quite the opposite - Frankie is known for creating colourful, dynamic and uplifting pieces.
During lockdown Frankie has turned her parents summerhouse into a garden studio, where she locks herself away, painting with gouache, making paper cut-outs and cards to post to friends.
I started painting in Hackney Wick in 1997 when he went to a local squatter rave.
Being a local boy at heart he headed back and resumed his artwork in Hackney Wick. After creating a few pieces, he began to bring other artists into the area including Teach, Diet, Oker and Skore , by the mid 2000's his artwork and influence had become prevalent.
He paints a traditional style of graffiti rather than street art. This traditional style of graffiti art is his passion, and he loves seeing his name out there on it in the Wick. For him Hackney Wick continues to be great breeding ground for creativity, and for the Wick he remains one of the key influences that make it what it is today.
Adélaïde Aronio is an artist and designer based in London.
Originally from Paris, where she studied graphic design, she moved to Buenos Aires after graduating in 2008. She has been living in Argentina for ten years before recently moving to London.
She developed an abstract vocabulary of patterned shapes which she uses to create carefully planned compositions, with a mostly black and white language that she applies to a variety of media, materials and formats, from a small piece of paper to a mural on the street.