Wednesday wall of fame #9

This week's Wednesday wall is a collaborative effort between French artists Abys and Scaf Oner. I normally hate sharing walls that are covered in so much shade but I was limited in time to go and see this wall before it was buffed and of course the sunshine in Barna plays havoc with shooting at certain times... Continue Reading →



The revolution will not be televised…the revolution will be ceramicised!  "To celebrate 100 years of women getting the vote, I thought it would be great to make this piece to celebrate the "Suffragette Spirit" that still lives on in Aberdeen. I hope it will be a fitting honour to all those ordinary women who have done... Continue Reading →

Weekly round up – 3 of the best

It's yet another Monday morning which means one thing round these parts... the No grey walls weekly round up. This week is an absolute belter as the Instagram algorithm gods were feeling generous and shared my posts to slightly more than 1% of my followers for once. Extremely good of them I'm sure you will agree. This... Continue Reading →

Street art Lisbon #6

It's been a while since I've done a street art Lisbon post so I've decided to share two walls in one post with this double header from Brazilian artist Utopia. The header piece is a collaborative one alongside Portuguese (I think) writer Nomen in the Calcada de Gloria open air art gallery in the heart of Lisbon's city... Continue Reading →

Gargar Festival 2018 – Line up announced

The line-up for the third edition of Gargar Mural and Rural art festival has recently been announced with the organisers putting together a really impressive and diverse line up of artists. This annual festival in Penelles, Catalunya, which runs 4th, 5th and 6th May aims to promote the artistic culture in the rural world turning Penelles into... Continue Reading →

Wednesday wall of fame #8

After a one week hiatus due to my lack of ability to be organised, Wednesday walls makes a welcome return. This week is a bit of a random wall and a lucky find in all honesty. So essentially on my various walks around Barcelona there's always building works going on and fences covering abandoned areas.... Continue Reading →

La Tabacalera #2

Part two of my series about abandoned tobacco factory turned creative centre - La Tabacalera - features this stunning collaborative piece between Sabek, Koctel and Malaysian artist Kenji Chai. Anyone who knows me knows that bright cartoon style pieces immediately attract my attention and have me walking off mid-conversation to have a closer look and get some photos, sorry... Continue Reading →

3 of the best – weekly round up

It's Monday morning and since I actually had a relatively quiet weekend for once (other than the obligatory graffiti hunting) the weekly round up is ready to rock n roll on time, booya!! This weeks round up is a great mix of styles and also locations with Spain, Lisbon and also Glasgow all featured. It's... Continue Reading →

Interview with Oner

It's time for my favourite part of doing this blog and that's being able to share interview's I've done with amazing artists. This week I've been lucky enough to speak to Polish artist and Barcelona resident Oner about spending too much time sketching and wanting to be like Samuel L Jackson... Hi Oner how are you?... Continue Reading →

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