2015 a year that Croydon fell in love with art

Let's have a look back over the year of street art around the arts quarter it certainly has been a very interesting ride so here is a quick timeline of events Feb 15th-Feme fierce works were created 30 works in total see my 2 part post here and here Feb 22nd & 23rd-feme fierce works … Continue reading 2015 a year that Croydon fell in love with art

Paint Jam Exchange Square

Paint Jam in Exchange Square featuring Autone, Itaewon, Morgandyart, Eska & Kapesex. #giffiti of Exchange Square collaboration @itaewon_myl @autone1 @morgandyart @eskaart @Vandalio @MatthewsYard pic.twitter.com/l2u5QKa8yW — Croydon Street Art (@CR0streetArt) 23 January 2016  

Arts Quarter Legal Wall

Elmer Fudd & Donald Duck - Haz

Legal Wall Showcase Now seems like a good right time for a showcase of the murals & tags that appeared on the Legal Wall, an area set aside for all comers to demonstrate and advertise their skill with a can of spray paint. It was also a peace-keeper after the Femme Fierce murals were vandalised at … Continue reading Arts Quarter Legal Wall

Morgan Davy

Morgazmik - Morgan Davy

A talented and prolific illustrator and artist from Croydon, Morgan Davy has done some exceptional murals around St. Georges Walk the "Arts Quarter". The mural below can - as of 06.11.2015 - be found at Croydon Fruit & Veg (next-door to East Croydon Station) and is a good example of his naturally intuitive instinct for form and … Continue reading Morgan Davy

The Blurred Line Between Street Art & Graffiti

The term street art for many is inter-changeable with graffiti and the vandals that deface public property. But the difference sometimes, is all to obvious and whilst street art tries to elevate a space or area that would otherwise go unnoticed, graffiti - and in particular - taggers vandalise it. We want to differentiate taggers with graffiti artists. Those that pride … Continue reading The Blurred Line Between Street Art & Graffiti