March 2016

March swung around pretty quick and there were many highlights. I managed to sneak off to deepest darkest Wales for a few days with my Wife and Good Friends and pop into Puzzle Wood, in Gloucester for a Lightsaber battle, where they filmed part of the new Star Wars movie…… But on an artistic level, which is…

January 2016

The New Year started well. I was straight back to work with lots of walls to paint in January. My first wall was painted in Gloucester, alongside ‘Hype Street Art’ for ‘Merbro’ Welding on the 5th and 6th.   It was a fun wall to do, as the only input they gave me was they wanted a woman on…

Camden Paint with the Lost Souls.

The Real Art of Street Art sourced us Lost Souls guys a cool wall to paint in Camden on the 15th and 16th December. We were unfortunately left a man down on the day though, as Kris had been booked to work on design projects in offices throughout December. The rest of us don’t get any work…

Gloucester Paint Jam Tag The Walls Exhibition.

The Gloucester Paint Jam, organised by Beastie, was an amazing success in the summer with loads of great artists being invited to paint in the centre of Gloucester. They were so good to the Lost Souls when we were there too. They gave us a massive wall and a giant cube to paint as well as putting the four…

C.A.M.D.E.N Mini Paint Jam

On November 15th Sara and Manny) at Sclater Street Stalls was asked to get another bunch of artists back to Camden Stables Market. The Halloween event was such a success and they felt we ‘Street Artists’ could do more. Sara gathered Lilly Lou, Mr Shiz and me (SPZero76) back and added more awesome artists including fellow Lost…

New ‘Concrete Canvas’ Book Release Featuring Lost Souls.

Lee Bofkin and Global Street Art released their first book ‘Concrete Canvas’ at the start of October, alongside Octopus publishing. Concrete Canvas is jam packed with awesome photos and art from new and exciting artists, as well as established names, including Ron English, Phlegm, Invader and loads more. It features individual sections dedicated to street art around the World…

Birmingham City of Colours

The day after the epic Shoreditch day and night paint was the start of the Birmingham City of Colours event. I have been looking forward to this one. It has a massive line up with over 100 artists (someone described it as the Glastonbury of Street Art/ Graffiti) and the Lost Souls had our biggest…