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“I live in Hackney, I grew up in Catford, I drive a lime green Vespa, I work as a Digital Producer, I have 20 pairs of sunglasses, I take photos of London Shop Fronts…I am Emily Webber


East London’s leading contemporary urban art gallery – “Stolen Space,” plays host to a new solo show by Jeff Soto called “The Inland Empire”. 14th May — 7th June.



I blogged Kirsty over a week back, but I managed to make the Private View last Thursday and thought it was worth another mention. Her work is more amazing in the flesh. Super talented and a nice girl too, however I can’t recall any of the conversation (special cocktails made sure of that). A few iPhone piccies here, defo worth popping in if you around the Brick Lane area.



Emily’s new site has gone live. Not only has she taken over the cover of the recent Creative Review, she will be taking over several windows at Selfridges (London) in March. I think we’ll see a lot more of her work in 09, very nice stuff.


Boris Johnson’s competition to design an heir to the Routemaster, the beloved double-decker, has yielded two winners, and an eccentric convoy of runners-up. Heres the design by Foster + Partners, with Aston Martin.

WIWP Presents “Now Showing”
Exploring the Lost “Art” of the Film Poster.

COSH Gallery
Soho, London
Runs 30th May to 12th June

PV: Thursday 29th May

40+ Creatives were given the task of creating their own interpretation of a Cult, Classic or Obscure film poster from the past, whether it be a literal or abstract solution. The result is Now Showing, an Art exhibition paying homage to more than 70 years of film, through the form of Prints, One Off Screen Prints and Sculptures.

Artists who’s work will be on display include: Mr Ian Wright, Hellovon, Non Format, Corey Holms, Grandpeople, Marian Bantjes, Tomer Hanuka, Pure Evil, James Joyce, Michael Gillette and Many More.

“If you believe artist and inventor Paul St George then his “Telectroscope” connects New York and London via a (very) long tunnel running through the earth’s crust, with the images bouncing back and forth using mirrors.”


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A double bill show this week, Rock N Roll Psychedelic Circus paintings from SOOZY LIPSEY and new off-the-street art from Athens’ finest : THE KRAH : Hitting the streets of London and the PURE EVIL GALLERY. The biggest and best show so far, apparently.

Opens May 22 at 6pm
108 Leonard Street

Groundbreaking light artist Chris Levine’s celebrated series of Royal 3D and light based portraits are set to be unveiled in their entirety for the very first time from 14th – 23rd March 2008 at StolenSpace Gallery, The Old Truman Brewery, in London. Private View this Thursday.


DRAW is a must-see exhibition featuring original drawings by 300 artists in the tattoo, literature, design, illustration, animation, skateboard, music, urban and contemporary art worlds.

Artists whose works are in the show include: Moby, Barry McGee, HR Giger, Clive Barker, Gibby Haynes, Ron English, Kat Von D, Tim Biskup, Ben Cho,  Mark Gonzales and many more. 25 artists from the UK are debuting works. Their pieces will continue as part of the Draw exhibit as it continues from London, on a six-country world tour that includes showings in Tokyo, Berlin, San Francisco and Los Angeles 


Josie informs me she is showing several new paintings at the Suburbia event in London.

The Foreign Press Association 
11 Carlton House Terrace

1st March 2008
6pm – late
For more information please contact

 One of the paintings on show will be this one of Christina Ricci. Very Cool!