Friday will mark a collaboration with Foce & Yet magazine as both present The Smell Of Dust, a event of music & photography directly from Brazil. The Smell Of Dust is a free event created by Sue-Elie Andrade-Dé to promote emerging international photographers through a live projection with music & specially selected images . If you are in Lugano this Friday pay a visit , it’s free.
A few of us have been running a pop up Arts & Craft workshop for kids over the summer & this weekend marks are last at the Lemon shack . Pop down if you’re in the area + there is free Lemonade too ! More information visit on our Site . Massive thanks to Nonplan & the team at Russels Footpath for keeping the project going!
With over 300 Plus events today marks the start of one of London’s most important annual events. Over nine days the London Design Festival will feature a variety of commissions, exhibitions, private parties, events & Landmark projects like A place called home & The endless stair . A huge event with estimated turnout of 350,000 people , this is a something that Londoners cannot miss out on .
A sad day in the graffiti word as the prolific street/graffiti artist Robbo has sadly passed away due to health complications . I did not know him personally but he was a big influence to a number of the writers in the London scene , being renowned for painting London’s earliest pieces in Camden, feuding with Banksy & breaking news coverage by painting the famous ‘ Merry Christmas train of 88‘ . Thoughts go out to his close family & friends .
( Photo from LDNgraffiti )
Somerset House presents London’s most stylish exhibition ‘ Return Of the Rudeboy ‘ which showcases the urban swagger and locations linked to the rudeboy trend lifestyle from series of portraits , set pieces and installations . The gallery space will also host a pop up grooming station where visitors can book there appointments for a haircut by a top Nubian barber. Two film screenings will also show at the exhibition the Classic ‘Rockers’ and The Harder they come . For more info visit the Somerset House Website.
(Photo by Peter Macdiarmid )
13 June – 25 August 2014
Daily 10.00-18.00 (last entry 17.30)
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