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Movin’ Time !…

Posted in lokey with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on January 13, 2011 by jerforceone

Hi all …

I ran out off storage space and was going to archive everything on here and start a fresh but it was taking ages and to be honest I didnt have the time . So instead I’ve got 2 , Yes 2 shiny new Blogs for you I hope you’ll have a look and check them out from time 2 time !…

The first is Lokey Graffiti which is my personal one which is linked in with my website .

The second is BRISTOL GSA which is for all things to do with Bristol Graffiti & Street Art.

Thank you all for visiting this Blog of mine hopefully some of you will take the time to check out my new ones !…


Peace & Paint

Jer Forceone/Lokey



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.

Been Bizzy

Posted in lokey on September 13, 2010 by jerforceone

Ive been bizzy lately and ive ran out of storage space so Ive been neglecting my blog for this I apologize … Over the next few weeks im going to be cleaning it up and start posting regularly again !…  Thanks for reading and come back soon !… peace

Dark Spaces

Posted in lokey on August 13, 2010 by jerforceone

Following from Jody’s success from his first almost sell out show, Jody heads back to the WoC Gallery for his second solo show.

A collection of new work by Jody themed ‘Dark Spaces’

Opening preview 13th August, 6-10pm. All welcome
Show runs until the 12th September

‘Actions Speak Louder With Words’

Posted in lokey on July 16, 2010 by jerforceone

WOC present Turroe & Shade One ‘Actions Speak Louder With Words’

Weapon of Choice present
‘Actions Speak Louder With Words’
Turroe & Shade One

Opening preview 16th July. 6-10pm

Hip hop/Graffiti or rather B.boy Graffiti if you will, is indeed a rarity these days.. But this is exactly what these two old school fools deliver to the stencil filled world of ‘urban artists’ this day and age. Shade One and Turroe were first grabbed by the Hip Hop bug in the early 80’s. Both born in bred in Bristol on complete opposite sides of the city. Along with a few like minded individuals, they followed the same path… Both MC’s firstly Shade with One Cut crew, Turroe With .B.D. P equally bombing Bristol as members of ‘The United Bombers’ and regular visitors to Barton Hill youth Club… Fast forward 20 years and they cross the same path once again. Continuing to produce Burning productions with “Wild Style” letters combined with characters under the moniker ‘Sonz Of Presshr’, Hip Hop Graffiti is still very much alive!! Come and av a butcherz….

Show runs until the 8th August 2010.

Weapon of Choice Gallery,
14 St Michael’s Hill,

Upfest ’10 – The Urban Paint Festival

Posted in lokey on May 26, 2010 by jerforceone

Upfest’10  – The Urban Paint Festival Releases Full Event Line-up

More than just Europe’s biggest urban and street art festival, Upfest has announced the broad range of events taking part at the two-day festival in Bristol.

As in previous years, the festival will be centred on live painting at the Tobacco Factory on 5th and 6th of June. Over 200 urban artists and illustrators will be painting live over the weekend, with 50 artists having come from around the world to be a part of the event. The artists will be mixing it up with this year’s MashUP theme, with some very special collaborations due to take place.

Upfest’10 will kick off with a preview of the Urban View group show at View Art Gallery (159-161 Hotwell Road, BS8 4RY). The show features work from seven urban and contemporary artists and will run through 17th July.

Saturday, the festival will be in full swing at the Tobacco Factory (North Street, BS3 1TF). From 11am, over 200 urban artists and illustrators will be painting live. Visitors to the free event are also invited to take part in the painting, with a children’s painting area and the Kiss101 Give It a Go painting boards.

The Tobacco Factory will also host a Very Affordable Art Sale and dedicated print room, where original artwork and prints by the artists painting at the festival will be available for sale at bargain prices. There will also be badge making, clothing, and art material stalls around the venue.

Throughout the weekend, DJs, beatboxers, hip hop groups and MCs will take to two stages at the Tobacco Factory (full schedule attached). Along with music, the world renowned Kompany Malakhi will host dance workshops on Saturday.

During the day (11 am to 6 pm) on Saturday, a live illustration event will take place indoors in the Tobacco Factory Theatre Foyer. In the evening (6 pm), six artists will battle it out in a Secret Wars live art competition. The public will vote to decide whether Upfest or Monorex will be named champions of the 90-minute battle at the Tobacco Factory Cafe Bar.

The evening will wrap up (10 pm to 4am) with the Upfest’10 Mid-Festival Party at Basement 45 (8 Frogmore St., BS1 5NA), presented in association with Kiss101, featuring The Loose Cannons, Ninebar Sound System, Chris Read (Music of Substance), Dave Cridge (Ninja Tune) and Kiss101 DJs. Tickets available at Bristol Tickets Shop (£4.50) or on the door (£5 before 11, £6 after).

Upfest’10 continues on Sunday at the Tobacco Factory from 10 am with additional live painting, music, and art sales. Upfest has raised over £10,000 for Nacoa (National Association for Children of Alcoholics) since the festival began and as in previous years, Upfest’10 will raise awareness of and fundraise for the charity..

Getting There

The Tobacco Factory is situated in Southville, South Bristol, on the junction between Raleigh Road and North Street. It is approximately a 25 minute walk from the city centre.

Getting to the Tobacco Factory by bus

Take bus number 24 or 25 from north Bristol, Broadmead, the city centre and Redcliffe Hill to Raleigh Road (bus stop opposite the Tobacco Factory)

Getting to the Tobacco Factory by ferry

Take the Bristol Ferry Boat service from Temple Meads station / city centre to SS Great Britain.

Walking from the ferry

Follow Gas Ferry Lane to T-junction, turn right past Spike Island and cross the road and river at the footbridge. Carry straight over to Greenway Bush Lane, turn left onto Upton Road and right into Raleigh Road where you will see the The Tobacco Factory at the top. (Approx 15 minute walk).

Getting to the Tobacco Factory by car

Click here to visit AA Routeplanner. Simply type your starting point in the ‘From’ box and our postcode BS3 1TF in the ‘To’ box. Route planner will generate directions to the Tobacco Factory which you can print out.

From M5 and the West

On Brunel Way (dual carriageway) follow signs for the airport (A38 South West bound). Turn left at lights after Mercedes garage onto Ashton Road. After 500m, take right-hand fork onto North Street. Pass Aldi on left hand side, the Tobacco Factory (red brick building) is next door. Parking is on street or in Aldi supermarket car park.

From M32, city centre or Temple Meads

Follow signs for the airport (A38 South West bound). At the Bedminster Bridge Roundabout take the A370 exit towards M5 South, Coronation Road, with the river on your right hand side. Follow sign to Ashton and continue on Coronation Road for approximately half a mile until you reach Beauley Road (one past Camden Road) – turn left and almost immediately right into Raleigh Road when you will see the Tobacco Factory at the top on the right.

We recommend on street parking. There is also parking in Aldi supermarket car park but please note Aldi has a 2 hour restriction which applies 24hrs a day, every day. Parking is at owners risk – never leave any contents showing!

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Bag a Green

Posted in lokey with tags , , , , , , , , on May 24, 2010 by jerforceone

Bag a Green, originally uploaded by jerforceone©.