Had the pleasure of working my magic on WBTC's pop up shop window on Carnaby Street just before the Festive season got in full swing . The shop sells an amazing selection of high quality London inspired souvenirs and Screen-Prints all by UK and London based creatives. I have a few prints available in store that can also be found online here. The shop closes it's doors this coming Saturday the 10th of January so if in the area do pop down and see what treasures they have to offer.
Had the pleasure of being asked back for my third year running a Graffiti workshop at the London, Manchester and Cardiff StreetGamesFestivals. StreetGames is a sports charity that helps change lives and communities. They do so by supporting a network of projects which give sports and volunteering opportunities to young people in disadvantaged communities across the UK. Here is a few shots of some of the work created across the duration of the three Festivals.
Photo credit: http://loredanadenicola.com/ ©
Sketch for the window
As part of Clerkenwell Design Week I had the opportunity to work with Paul Archer Design and put my creative spin on the practices proposal for the transformation of a railway cut near Farringdon Station into a new public square, above is a taster of the live event that ran over the course of the three day event.... More info and pics to follow soon... #Farringdoncuttings
Posted by Luke Embden at Thursday, May 29, 2014