Artscape Street Art Festival, Gothenburg, Sweden 2016 | GraffitiStreet.com/News
This summer street art festival Artscape landed in Gothenburg, Sweden’s alternative culture capital, as part of the city’s build up to its 400th anniversary in 2021. Between 25th July & 21st August 2016, twenty international and Swedish street artists were invited to create and paint in all ten districts of the city, making Artscape Scandinavia’s largest ever …
Ben Eine – GREATEST @ WhiteWalls Gallery
March 12- April 2, 2011 'GREATEST' is an art exhibition by the artist, Ben EINE, that will utilize both gallery and public space as a two-tiered
Ben Eine | Widewalls
Ben Eine is a British street artist most notable for his for his peculiar alphabet lettering style painted on shops in various London areas like Shoreditch and Middlesex.
shoreditch street art – june 2014 part 4
a sleepover in shoreditch? with the streets empty first thing on a saturday morning, so how could i resist. artists : citzen kane, ben eine, alo, borondo, cranio, ds, graffiti life, horror crew, la staa, martin ron, otto shade, phelgm, roa, squirl, save the bees sharing is caring : Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window) Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window) Click to share on…
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Ben Eine has become one of the London’s most prolific Street artists and his typography style art can be seen on walls and streets across the UK as well as in print form in homes across the world. This series of Lenticular works see’s Ben Eine’s
NY Sauce (Collaboration with D*face Silkscreen Signed Limited Edition of 150)
NY Sauce, is a 12 colour silkscreen limited edition printed on #90 Coventry Rag fine art paper. It features UV and Matte Finish screens. This print is a collaboration between two British giants in the contemporary Street Art scene, Ben Eine and D*Face. The piece was produced to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of the Wooster Collective, a site dedicated to showcasing the world,s ephemeral urban art. All prints in the limited edition of 150 are signed by both artists.