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Alexandre Farto aka Vhils - Selected Works 2005/2010 is in stores now. I was honoured to contribute to this book with the preface. I have long been a supporter and champion of Alex's work so it was great to add my words in this new book....

There have been a lot of good books published recently in the field of Street Art of late. Trespass being one of them. So I'm pleased to see Street Sketchbook: Journeys getting some attention in amongst them. With some natural bias my friend Caleb Neelon...

Carlos Dias is a Brazilian artist I've been lucky enough to follow for around 6 years now. Originally from Porto Alegre he now spends his time between Sao Paulo and his studio in Florianopolis. Essentially self-taught, Carlos is also a musician but in recent times...

A while back I posted news about the Arte Para Todos Mural Art festival in Seville. The whole project and list of artists looked intriguing with a number of artists I knew. Since then Caleb Neelon sent me a bunch a photographs he took while...

Thanks to Patrick Nguyen for his ace photography and for getting a post up about the Street Sketchbook: Journeys book launch up on to the essential Arrested Motion blog...

Thanks to everyone who made it to the Street Sketchbook: Journeys launch show at Pictures on Walls. It was a hard slog getting all the work on the walls, but in the end I think the results look great.Thanks also for the following favourable reviews...

Sickboy's mix of Pop Typographic Architectural Spiritual Funk has always been my cup of tea...

Just heard about this mural festival in Seville - Arte Para Todos, which features a number of artist friends of mine such as Caleb Neelon, Finok, Ise, AEC and Waone. I like the way the artists are donating their skills for free, should be fantastic....

Three artists from Latin America who deserve a mention and who currently have shows in Europe. All three are featured in my new book. Bastardilla from Colombia has an exhibition in Madrid currently before heading over to the UK.The irrepressible Ramon Martins from Brasil has his...

Colectivo Zentontle are a group of artists from Monterrey in Mexico who are featured in my new book. In the book we gave them the title Imaginary Mexico which refers to their style of work which is rooted in the myths and traditions of pre-Columbian...