Posts Tagged 'street art'

Subism Jail party…

Click the link for some pictures from the recent subism jail party. Go on. It looks like the night was pretty unique, and by all accounts it went off! Another one i missed due to my retreat to Scotland! I’ll definately be at the next one though.

“Built in 1756, Derby’s reputedly haunted ‘Gaol’ housed some of the area’s most notorious villains and features prisoners’ original ‘graffiti’…names, dates and day markers etched into the cell doors, marking down how many days the prisoner had until execution.
The night will featured Subism’s artist collective and Subism Live resident DJ’s and special guests. People came and watched, danced or just drank and chill out in the Gaol’s cells. The Gaol doors were closed at 10.30pm for a lock-in until 2am. Get out of jail free cards where available on the night.
To avoid overcrowding, there was a limited number of 50 inmates that were granted access to the Gaol. This was a truly special unique Subism Live party!”

SUBISM JAIL PARTY

And while you’re at it, Sub Ink make some seriously good products for all you arty types out there. All made in the U.K. too, keeping you patriots happy!

Sub ink shop.

Exit through the record shop- Oh My Gosh Records, Mansfield road, Nottingham, June 11th 2010

A while back, I was asked by Kid30  to be part of an exhibition of  “Art on vinyl” at Oh My Gosh records in Nottingham. Of course I said yes! Here’s a picture of what i did, and more importantly there are links to some decent reportage of the event below. Please have a look, and bear in mind that the exhibition is still on for a few days so get down there and have a look. All the art is affordable (i.e. around £20) with some as low as a quid! So make sure you take your wallets with you! These people deserve your support, as i’m sure you will agree when you click the links and have a look for yourselves.

Some of the people involved include- James huyton, Simeon – bantum clothing, Tim – Fourmost Films, Ricki Marr, Simon Mitchell, Dregs, Kaption one, Kid30, Billy, Ging, Rubes, Detail, Mark Evans, Hero, lazy one and many, many more.

Unfortunately, due to my temporary relocation to the wilds of Scotland, I was unable to attend the opening night and take pictures of my own. Click the links below for some decent photos and write ups.

Exit through the record shop- Inastate blog.

Exit through the record shop- Leftlion.co.uk