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Invitation to Joe Rush’s Metal Tiger Preview

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , on February 21, 2010 by mutate

Joe is unveiling his latest work – a mutated metal Tiger – this Tuesday 23rd at 6 – 8pm at 71 Fanshaw Street N1 6LA and we’d like to extend an invite to you. So come and join us for a sneak preview. The Tiger will be prowling an empty warehouse space, located on the North side of Fansahw Street at it’s junction with Hoxton Street, just North of Hoxton Square.  RSVP to farah.yaqub@exposure.net for guest list and hope to see you at the preview (or drop in between 12-6pm until the 27th).

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NEW FEATURE: Street Art in Chile by Kelp

Posted in Art, South America with tags , , , , , , , , , , on February 17, 2010 by mutate

Hola UK – I’m KELP from www.kelp.cl = Chile. A graffiti writer and entrepreneur who started graffiti writing in 1997 in Santiago de Chile by watching political murals and also graffiti masters doing their thing in Plaza Italia, downtown of Santiago. From Chiles capital I started to paint all over the country and then outside of Southamerica (Europe, Asia, USA) in which I painted with friends and slowly came to know many great people who were also creating and developing graffiti in many ways.

To get to the point I will write about chilean graffiti in short 150 word notes. Explain, show, describe, analyze everything around graffiti in Chile, directly from the streets with backup from the greatest graffiti writers, literature and live actions. Graffiti in Chile is getting worldwide recognition and you will find why, right here on a monthly basis.

Old school dons bring back the graf to Mutate!

Posted in Art, one foot in the grove with tags , , , , , , , , , , on December 10, 2009 by jack lomax

We’re well happy to have armoured our outer shell with some legendary London writers. The outside of Mutate is now owned by Towns RT, Achy GFS, Fuel CCD, Cazbee DSS, Skore TRC, Crok, Mear, Elate, Zadok and Don… and what a job they’ve done representing all styles and generations – our thanks and big ups to them all. The top image is Cazbee’s Cazism the legendary window down on Hammersmith and City line train from nearly 20 years ago – a historic piece from the Capitals rich graffiti history – if only this rolling stock was still running past the show!

Inside the show is an epic piece by Elate, one of his best ever it literally rips the wall to bits and would kill anyone standing in it’s way! Check it and find him online here. See if you can find the other Elate at the show – it’s a cupboard full of surprises more to come on that one! Thanks to Elate and Hersha Petal for the pics…