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Lokey by Hakah

Posted in lokey with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on November 21, 2009 by jerforceone

a lokey outline done by hakah , on a rainy summers day 2009

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EPOK & SEPR SHOW @ woc gallery

Posted in weapon of choice with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on October 23, 2009 by jerforceone

i almost forgot to post any pix from the epok & sepr show but here they are better late than never

http://www.weaponofchoicegallery.co.uk/

WEAPON OF CHOICE BACK AT MR.WOLFS

Posted in weapon of choice with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on October 3, 2009 by jerforceone

Weapon of Choice back to Mr Wolfs!

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For the spooky month of October we bring you Eerie sets and monster mash artists.
Like painting from
Dred (Readerswifes) &
Zeke Clough (Skull Disco)

Hip Hop / Dubstep from:
Peverlist (Punch Drunk)
Illache (WoC)
Killa & Instinct
Jelly Legs & Magnet Hands
Qeld
DJ Betamax

13th October 2009 MR WOLFS. 9pm-3am
33 St. Stephens Street, BS1 1JX.

http://www.weaponofchoicegallery.co.uk/

and dont forget the next show at weapon of choice gallery

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Weapon of Choice present
‘Piece, Character / Character, Piece’

Featuring work by KTF crews:
EPOK and SEPR
Opening Friday 16th October, 6-10pm.
Show runs until the Sunday 8th November.

14 St Michael’s Hill, Bristol, BS2 8DT.
Free entry. Drinks provided.

Gallery opening times:
Tues/Wed 11 – 6pm
Thursday 11 – 7pm
Fri-Sat 11 – 6pm
Sunday 12 – 4.00pm

http://www.weaponofchoicegallery.co.uk/

WEAPON OF CHOICE UPDATE !…

Posted in weapon of choice with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on September 24, 2009 by jerforceone

WEAPON OF CHOICE UPDATE !…

FIRST OFF !…

the current show running at the Weapon of choice gallery !…

WOC G FRONT NOW

Weapon of Choice gallery present ‘Mash Media’

Featuring artists:

BYROGLYPHICS

JAMES BAKER

& TRXTR

Opening preview 17th September 6-10pm

Free entry, drinks provided.

Exhibition running until the 11th October 2009

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

Since joining Red Propeller Gallery, who were instrumental in launching the careers of Ian Francis and Guy Denning, a phenomena with a simple formula – hunt down skilled, dedicated and unconventional artists who show a strong political, social or psychological content in their work – James Baker, Byroglyphics (aka Russ Mills) and TRXTR are all definitely heading in the same direction.

Already having shows in LA, Philadelphia and London under their belts, recent record breaking sell out print releases and major works coming up at prestigious urban and contemporary art auctions in London and New York this trio of artists at Weapons of Choice this month are on their way.

With a sell out show at Signal Gallery, London, in May and secondary market pieces already appearing at auction (substantially exceeding their guide prices) BYROGLYPHICS is riding high and has an enormous following. Describing his work as ‘Kitchen Sink Surrealism’ he has, for a long while, been quietly obsessed with Japanese pop culture, especially the Harajuku phenomenon.

‘I love the way that every piece of popular culture from the recent past is smashed together into a garish soup and regurgitated into real life with absolutely no boundaries’

His hybrid of traditional media and digital imaging, focusing on human idiosyncrasies both physical and emotional result in distorted forms both subtle and extreme.

TRXTR – successfully edging his way into the US market last year showing alongside Guy Denning, Charming Baker and Case in Los Angeles and with work accepted into the upcoming Bonham’s New York Contemporary Art Auction, is seriously on his way – Obsessed with sex and war, beauty and celebrity and the relentless destruction of the planet his beautiful mashed media psycho/schizo canvases defy interpretation.

Fresh talent, emerging from the hotbed of creativity, which is Loughborough University School of Art and Design, JAMES BAKER’S painting and prints are a celebration of the inevitable collusion and blending of cultures that now affects even the most distant of societies. These strange visual creations of a ‘poly-colour’ age are manifested in the ‘anything goes’ state of Yesyoucanistan, where borders are continually eroded, commercialisation rules and fringe beasts roam as champions of hybridity all resulting in a beautiful, chaotic fusion of screenprint, painting and drawing

NEXT UP !…

WOC T FRONT

Weapon of Choice for the 1st time on board the THEKLA!

Live graffiti from

EPOK & SEPR!

Hip hop & Dubstep from:

TASK FORCE!

GEMMY

GUIDO

CENTRAL SPILLZ

BETAMAX

Hosted by

BUGGSY & C-STRIKE-Z

B-Boys, Clothing giveaways!

Top bar hosted by Property of Bristol

Thekla 29th September 2009. 10-3AM

£10 on the door. £9 advance tickets from Weapon of Choice Gallery. 14 St Michael’s Hill, Bristol, BS2 8DT.

AND THEN !…

WOC G NEXT FRONT

Weapon of Choice present

‘Piece, Character / Character, Piece’

Featuring work by KTF crews:

EPOK and SEPR

Opening Friday 16th October, 6-10pm.

Show runs until the Sunday 8th November.

14 St Michael’s Hill, Bristol, BS2 8DT.

Free entry. Drinks provided.

WWW.WEAPONOFCHOICEGALLERY.CO.UK

Gallery opening times:

Tues/Wed 11 – 6pm

Thursday 11 – 7pm

Fri-Sat 11 – 6pm

Sunday 12 – 4.00pm

MORE INFO ON MORE GOINGS ON SOON !…

till then check out !…

http://www.weaponofchoicegallery.co.uk/

facebook group !…

http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=6301389994

Weapon of Choice gallery present ‘Mash Media’
Featuring artists:
BYROGLYPHICS
JAMES BAKER
& TRXTR
Opening preview 17th September 6-10pm
Free entry, drinks provided.
Exhibition running until the 11th October 2009
Weapon of Choice Gallery, 14 St Michael’s Hill, Bristol, BS2 8DT
Since joining Red Propeller Gallery, who were instrumental in launching the careers of Ian Francis and Guy Denning, a phenomena with a simple formula – hunt down skilled, dedicated and unconventional artists who show a strong political, social or psychological content in their work – James Baker, Byroglyphics (aka Russ Mills) and TRXTR are all definitely heading in the same direction.
Already having shows in LA, Philadelphia and London under their belts, recent record breaking sell out print releases and major works coming up at prestigious urban and contemporary art auctions in London and New York this trio of artists at Weapons of Choice this month are on their way.
With a sell out show at Signal Gallery, London, in May and secondary market pieces already appearing at auction (substantially exceeding their guide prices) BYROGLYPHICS is riding high and has an enormous following. Describing his work as ‘Kitchen Sink Surrealism’ he has, for a long while, been quietly obsessed with Japanese pop culture, especially the Harajuku phenomenon.
‘I love the way that every piece of popular culture from the recent past is smashed together into a garish soup and regurgitated into real life with absolutely no boundaries’
His hybrid of traditional media and digital imaging, focusing on human idiosyncrasies both physical and emotional result in distorted forms both subtle and extreme.
TRXTR – successfully edging his way into the US market last year showing alongside Guy Denning, Charming Baker and Case in Los Angeles and with work accepted into the upcoming Bonham’s New York Contemporary Art Auction, is seriously on his way – Obsessed with sex and war, beauty and celebrity and the relentless destruction of the planet his beautiful mashed media psycho/schizo canvases defy interpretation.
Fresh talent, emerging from the hotbed of creativity, which is Loughborough University School of Art and Design, JAMES BAKER’S painting and prints are a celebration of the inevitable collusion and blending of cultures that now affects even the most distant of societies. These strange visual creations of a ‘poly-colour’ age are manifested in the ‘anything goes’ state of Yesyoucanistan, where borders are continually eroded, commercialisation rules and fringe beasts roam as champions of hybridity all resulting in a beautiful, chaotic fusion of screenprint, painting and Weapon of Choice gallery present ‘Mash Media’
Featuring artists:
BYROGLYPHICS
JAMES BAKER
& TRXTR
Opening preview 17th September 6-10pm
Free entry, drinks provided.
Exhibition running until the 11th October 2009
Weapon of Choice Gallery, 14 St Michael’s Hill, Bristol, BS2 8DT
Since joining Red Propeller Gallery, who were instrumental in launching the careers of Ian Francis and Guy Denning, a phenomena with a simple formula – hunt down skilled, dedicated and unconventional artists who show a strong political, social or psychological content in their work – James Baker, Byroglyphics (aka Russ Mills) and TRXTR are all definitely heading in the same direction.
Already having shows in LA, Philadelphia and London under their belts, recent record breaking sell out print releases and major works coming up at prestigious urban and contemporary art auctions in London and New York this trio of artists at Weapons of Choice this month are on their way.
With a sell out show at Signal Gallery, London, in May and secondary market pieces already appearing at auction (substantially exceeding their guide prices) BYROGLYPHICS is riding high and has an enormous following. Describing his work as ‘Kitchen Sink Surrealism’ he has, for a long while, been quietly obsessed with Japanese pop culture, especially the Harajuku phenomenon.
‘I love the way that every piece of popular culture from the recent past is smashed together into a garish soup and regurgitated into real life with absolutely no boundaries’
His hybrid of traditional media and digital imaging, focusing on human idiosyncrasies both physical and emotional result in distorted forms both subtle and extreme.
TRXTR – successfully edging his way into the US market last year showing alongside Guy Denning, Charming Baker and Case in Los Angeles and with work accepted into the upcoming Bonham’s New York Contemporary Art Auction, is seriously on his way – Obsessed with sex and war, beauty and celebrity and the relentless destruction of the planet his beautiful mashed media psycho/schizo canvases defy interpretation.
Fresh talent, emerging from the hotbed of creativity, which is Loughborough University School of Art and Design, JAMES BAKER’S painting and prints are a celebration of the inevitable collusion and blending of cultures that now affects even the most distant of societies. These strange visual creations of a ‘poly-colour’ age are manifested in the ‘anything goes’ state of Yesyoucanistan, where borders are continually eroded, commercialisation rules and fringe beasts roam as champions of hybridity all resulting in a beautiful, chaotic fusion of screenprint, painting and drawing

summer solstice with added fluro

Posted in lokey with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on June 23, 2009 by jerforceone

summer solstice with added fluro by sepr , lokey , haka & epok !…

i really enjoyed this little afternoon paint session and shouts to those passed by , chilled and painted the top wall !…

my sketch for the wall

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my bit of the wall

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the full wall from the side

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the full wall face on

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( pic stolen from knautia’s flickr !…cheers  http://www.flickr.com/photos/knautia/3647429305/ )