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I'm very pleased to have in my hands a copy of this month's Juxtapoz which features an interview I made with its cover star - Escif. I've been lucky enough to have followed his development over the last five years so it was a pleasure...

One of my favourite artists from the recent Street Sketchbook: Journeys book is Saner. Hailing from Mexico City - he conjures up strange worlds of masked characters painted with great skill and imagination. Here's a preview of a new film being made featuring him and...

This Friday 21 January 2011, 10am–5pm I have been invited to address a conference at the RCA entitled Brazil: The Cultural Contemporary. Looking forward to meeting my fellow speakers as the itinerary looks very interesting.The free one-day conference is chaired and convened by Martina Margetts,...

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...