All images from "Skateboard Sticker Nerd 101's " collection.
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Above: The Triplezed Exhibit
Above: Team "We Are Parable".
The brilliant Anthony & Teanne Andrews, organisers & hosts of "Is It The Shoes"
Above: Dayo & (the real) "King Of Trainers" giving away prizes to the free raffle winners run by "Trainerholic"
Above: Triplezed "Loona-Ticks" laced up with "Aces Laces", who were showing off their great product.
Loads of colourful styles and patterns, ideal for (big) kids, check them out here, get yourself some stocking fillers early, for the little people in your life.
The "Sole Believer" team Amit & Larry were in the house, selling some NICE kicks.
Top guys check them out on instagram here & twitter here
Above: The gorgeous Pia rocked the spot with some amazing nail art, representing "Bejeweled Nails".
Pictured Above Left: Triplezed X Bejeweled Collab. Pictured Above Right: Pia & Chyna-Lei (lucky competition winner)
Massive shouts out to Zak & Seiji who passed by to check the exhibit.
Everyone who came were welcome to express themselves & be part of the show, leaving behind a huge piece of art. 200cm X 50cm Pen on Paper.
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Artist "Ermsy" has currently got an exhibition at the "Graffiti Life Gallery" London, running from October 3rd- October 27th.
"The Art of Street Creep is a cartoon chronicle of the very best of Street Creep’s adventures, played out in the shadows and alleyways of the city streets."
-Graffiti Life Gallery
So if your visiting London, or just in the area, go check it out.
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UK artist. All photographs courtesy of Caincaser.
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Last month Pop artist Roy Lichtenstein had a show on at the Tate Modern.
While the public is intimately familiar with his work, what they may be unaware of is that many of his images were directly nicked from comic artists like Irv Novick, Russ Heath, Jack Kirby, Mike Sekowsky and Joe Kubert, who received no fee or credit.
In the music industry if you cover a song, or sample it, your obliged to pay the writer royalties & credit the source, but in the crazy world of art this seems to go out the window.
The above words & wisdom came from "Orbital Comics" London, it was there where I checked out the exhbition "Image Duplicater". See for yourself (below*) the original mainly unseen artwork, next to the celebrated millionare who never gave anything back to the people or "the community" he stole from.
Left handside: original art from comics To the right: Roy Lichentensteins high art