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Above's new Passport book is huge! The special boxed edition now stands as the biggest book on my shelves. I was flattered to be asked to contribute a text to this artist's monograph alongside others such as Faile and Wooster Collective. Ever since featuring Above in...

Earlier this year Nuart festival asked me to contribute a written piece on the subject of Street Art for their book "Eloquent Vandals. The History of Nuart". Based in Stavanger, Norway - the Nuart Festival has consistently brought some of the most interesting Street Art...

Last month I took part in a debate called …Capitalism? held at NHH Norwegian School of Economics in collaboration with the Nuart Festival.NHH, a leading business school in Norway, had the idea to use street art as a way to engage with how the institution was perceived internally and externally...

Jaz Its been a while since the event but I had a throughly enjoyable and interesting time this August at the Atlanta Living Walls Conference. Now in its second year this grassroots festival is a celebration of street art with over 20 walls painted across the city...

I was pleased to be commissioned by the Observer magazine to compile my 10 Best Street Artworks as part of their 10 Best series. The feature appeared in their Review magazine on the 7th August and can also be found here on line at their parent...

News from my friend the Brazilian stencil artist Daniel Melim - he just painted this 30 meter high mural in downtown Sao Paulo. If you know your way around the city you'll know this is a great spot - next to some squatted buildings and near...

Dubbed unimaginatively as the Bulgarian Banksy - you've got to hand it to the anonymous artist this is an audacious move...

Finally one of my favourite artists Basco Vasko has a website.For years I've scrabbled around trying to see his work online - also featuring him in my last book but now he's spent some time collating his work and sharing it here - a very...

Since traveling to Mexico - I've become a great fan and follower of its urban art scene particularly the young talent that is emerging there. Three Mexican artists who I featured in Street Sketchbook Journey's - namely Sego, Saner & Dhear have been invited to...

April's issue of Juxtapoz is a special edition to celebrate the Art in the Streets exhibition at MOCA, Los Angeles. My small contribution to it was a piece about Belgian artist Roa who was featured in the exhibition and my last book Street Sketchbook: Journeys....