Cameras and Cranksets

Pixels of Pancho

Posted in Art work, Graffiti, Photography by Richard on March 6, 2012

So I’m just back from a nice little pedal down to Hoults Yard in Newcastle to see how the first artist in this years series of the White Walls Project was getting along.  And the answer is: he’s smashing it! as you can see from the pictures below.  Pixel Pancho is going to be in residence all this week working on his wall and some canvases (which I’m looking forward to seeing too), so I’ll post some images of the finished piece at the weekend.

Dublin Contemporary 2011

Posted in Art work, Graffiti, Photography by Richard on October 5, 2011

I recently had the pleasure of being asked to fly and to Dublin for a couple of days to document Prefab installing their work as apart of the ‘Dublin Contemporary 2011’ International Arts Exhibition.

More info on the event here

Now, who ever made up the lie that you don’t get a hang over from drinking Guinness in Dublin needs a good slap.

Wor’ Kid!

Posted in Art work, Graffiti by Richard on June 28, 2010

Very big things have been happening (quite literally) on street art scene in Newcastle this week with the arrival of Kid Acne and a lot of paint.  The Sheffield based artist was the first of several ‘big names’ to come and throw some paint about as a part of the Hoults Yard Project this week.  For 3 long sunny days I took photos, climbed ladders, helped to paint the wall – and myself and all my kit with very sticky gloss paint, and wished for cups of tea when “there’s only water!”.

Barcelona

Posted in Fixed Gear Bikes, Graffiti by Richard on April 14, 2010

We went to Barcelona the other week with the fixed gears and had an awesome time if you haven’t already heard.  All the pics here were taken on my phone (as usual) as my DSLR stayed in the safe in my hotel room the whole time due to Barca’ being literally full of thieves, my habit of falling of my bike and breaking things (usually bones) and because I’ve not had the films from my lomo developed yet.  I’m saving the actual riding kind of shots for a post on Breaksof10.com when I pull my finger out and get it sorted, so ladies and gentlemen without further adieu I give you ‘Barcelona’

Where sheep go to die……. (according to the locals)

Posted in Art work, Graffiti by Richard on November 8, 2009

and where the Agents of Change go and paint.

Recently myself and Danny from Breaks of 10 were told of some exciting goings on in Scotland at an abandoned village.  So I grabbed my camera while Danny revved up the 4×4 and a ROAD TRIP was on!!!  And what an experience it was –  awesome art work in what resembled a post apocalyptic gulag, but set amongst the beauty of the west coast of Scotland.

Head over to the Breaks of 10 blog for more info into the artists and the history of the site after you have checked out the photos of the trip below.

Full Gallery from the trip is here

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Full Gallery from the trip is here