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Teddy Baden lets one dog out

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , on March 21, 2010 by jack lomax

Teddy Baden climbs to the summit of Cordy House to stencil ‘Fetcher’ the flying Collie dog. See more of his work at The Foundry this Thursday 25th March. (Alongside works by dr.d, The Krah, Milo Tchais, Zadok and more).

As you can see we’ve had the painters in – Teddy took the top spot with this fine fine stencil…

…Pure Evil’s euro-chums The Fantastic 4 = Grems (Paris), 3TT (Lille/Madrid), Zbiok and Remed sprayed their style all over the roof too…

…best big ups to our visiting friends and long live the dogs of Baden! And here’s The Krah’s Foundry show poster, with Mutate favourites Teddy Baden, Dr D, Zadok and Milo Tchais – see you there…

Remi Rough vs. Jaybo

Posted in Art, Video with tags , , , , , , , , on January 14, 2010 by jack lomax

Here at Mutate Britain’s throbbing Head Quarters we like it when you send us stuff. Remi Rough sent this video, which admittedly has been out for a few weeks now but it’s an art battle that lets you compare the processes and raw creativity of two different artists, which I like.

If you want to send us something then is the address – big ups to you all individually but also as a collective, well done, carry on… oh wait, I’m going to put up this video of Pure Evil that I tripped over while rambling around – if  only ’cause it made me laugh, cue the music…

Message from Pure Evil

Posted in Art, News, Photography & Images with tags , , , , , , , , , , on November 7, 2008 by mutate

We got a message from Pure Evil gallery today who are participating in the colossal Mutate Britain – 

‘I am going to bring the big guns to the show and make everybody else wee their pants in fear….. It will be different from every show because there’ll be bloody great MACHINES inna rubba dub MadMax stylee…..’

Wee look forward to it!

pe-eA bit about Pure Evil

Pure Evil –  108 Leonard Street is the location of PE’s studio, gallery and music lab, a genuine hub for experiencing and being inspired by the original spirit of graffiti, stencil and street art.

In this location PE works, paints and hosts shows and sell artworks and prints by other street artists as well as his own i.e. Eine, Sten&Lex, DeadBeat Donnie, Le Krah, Peripheral Media Project, Highraff, Zosen, Kafre. Since the opening last year the Pure Evil dungeons have scooped up a reputation as an amazing art space with notorious parties. Mr. Pure Evil himself is always to find at the back of the gallery working away; and indeed you’ll find him not very pure and not very evil. In fact quite the opposite, but he is obsessed with the dark evilness of human history and his art reflect this obsession.
Pure Evil trys to answer the following questions such as –

‘Why do humans like conflict and explosions so much?’

“Are penguins naturally psychopathic and can they use nunchakus effectively?’

‘Is earth actually a deep space battle station created millions of years ago by an evil galactic empire?’