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Posted in lokey, weapon of choice, weapon of choice gallery with tags , on October 14, 2010 by jerforceone

Lokey solo show @ Weapon of Choice gallery.
Opening preview 12th November 6-10pm,
show runs untill 5th December 2010.


CHEBA Solo Show

Posted in weapon of choice, weapon of choice gallery with tags , , , , , on September 9, 2010 by jerforceone

Cheba solo show @ Weapon of Choice Gallery

Opening preview 17th September, 6-10pm, all welcome.

Exhibition runs until the 17 October 2010.

Weapon of Choice Gallery
14 St Michael’s Hill
Bristol BS2 8DT

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Posted in events, weapon of choice gallery with tags , , , on May 26, 2010 by jerforceone

Kato & Soker
‘The Cap Fits’

Joint show from 2 of Bristol’s oldest standing graffiti legends.

Opening preview. 18th June 6-10pm
Show runs until the 11th July.

Interview with Kato & Soker in issue 4 of WoC mag. pick one up from the gallery or download/view online here

more info coming soon..

Weapon of Choice Gallery
14 St Michael’s Hill

Old School

Posted in weapon of choice, weapon of choice gallery on April 1, 2010 by jerforceone

Book signing & photography exhibition with works from Keith Baugh’s book: EARLY NEW YORK SUBWAY GRAFFITI 1973-1975

‘In the early 1970s Gloucestershire based painter and photographer Keith Baugh visited the USA and captured some astounding images of New York subway graffiti from the tracks in Harlem the South Bronx, Times Square & Coney Island. Keith’s photographs of work by over 150 pioneer old school writers, from what is now recognised as the ‘Golden Era’ of graffiti writing, have just been published in a delicious hard-back book ‘Early New York Subway Graffiti 1973-1975.’

OPENING PREVIEW: 30th April – 6-10pm.
Show runs until the 9th May.

Weapon of Choice Gallery
14 St Michael’s Hill
Bristol, BS2 8DT

Check out some of Keith’s photography in WOC magazine ISSUE 3 here and in shops now !…

One Man Army

Posted in events, weapon of choice gallery with tags , , , , , , on February 8, 2010 by jerforceone
ONE MAN ARMY : A solo show from comic book artist LORENZO!
Features 7 big new paintings + An exclusive new series of prints ALL STRICTLY LIMITED EDITIONS OF ONE! Arrive early!!!
Lorenzo! : Artist/co-creator on several original comic strips including Monkey Nuts (The Guardian Newspaper) and the award winning Malcolm Magic. He’s also worked on comic work for Transformers (as a cover artist), and Dreamwork’s Kung Fu Panda and Madagascar movies. Work published by Random House, Titan, Harper Collins, The Guardian Newspaper, DFB, Future Publishing, and Slave Labour Graphics to name a few.
Opening preview Friday March 26th. 6-10pm
Running until 25th April.
Weapon of Choice Gallery,
14 St Michael’s hill,
Bristol, BS2 8DT.

‘The Cheo Colouring Book’ launch

Posted in weapon of choice, weapon of choice gallery with tags , , , , , , , on November 25, 2009 by jerforceone

Weapon of Choice invite you to ‘The Cheo Colouring Book’ launch

i grew up the next road over from the gezzer we all know and love as Cheo and in my opinion this colouring book is way over due !… hopefully it will be the first of many . Anyway enough of  my Rambling heres the info & stuff !…

The mutant love child of the hip hop and skate scenes, Cheo was raised in Kingswood, Bristol, on a high-carb diet of The Beano and Nutty comics, and subsequently Vaughn Bode’s twisted underground cartoon strips. Obsessed with ‘drawling’ since early sproghood, he hit adolescence just in time to be consumed by the arrival of hip hop from the US in the early 80s.

After a brief spell spinning on his back and arse for shillings at the local shopping centre, graffiti fired up the young b-boy’s imagination enough to lead him to the shady heights of the notorious Barton Hill Youth Club in 1987. Here he found a deranged community of like-minded bodkins painting the walls, doors and floors of the club… and everything else within a five-mile radius, for that matter.

Cheo became a veteran of various drawing competitions (including one in Nutty Comic, and another on kids TV show Get Fresh) and one national graffiti championship, which he won alongside local legend Deed in 1987. Then, in 1989 Cheo hit the big time, coming second at the Bridlington World Graffiti Championships alongside local wild style prodigy Inkie.

Soon after, however, the creeping evil that was the emerging rave scene all but snuffed-out UK hip hop’s young-flame, and along with the shock of being busted for his (ahem) nocturnal artistic endeavors, Cheo was driven into extended hibernation. Gleaning sustenance from video games and Japanese Manga, Cheo’s talent slept like Rip Van Winkle for many a year, until the revitalised, shiny graffiti scene tempted him out of his cave for a second bite of the cake.

Now older yet equally immature, Cheo has found the world just about ready for his odd and colourful scribblings.

(note the lil’ bee stickers)

Thursday 3rd December 6.30-9.30PM

Weapon of Choice Gallery
14 St Michel’s Hill
Bristol,BS2 8DT.

WoC … Weapon of Choice Gallery

please take the time to visit Cheo‘s webbie ma’thinggy

The colouring book is available for pre-order now from Tangent Books.

Oh yeah Cheo also has a solo show at the golden lion pub on the 5th of December

Nikill Solo Show

Posted in weapon of choice gallery with tags , , , , , on November 20, 2009 by jerforceone

Here’s just a few pix from the Nikill solo show at the weapon of choice gallery

for more pix of the work on show and photo’s from the opening night check the weapon of choice blog