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Haunted graffiti

 
October 2nd 2009
 

Don't miss the Haunted Graffiti show this month at the Recoat Gallery in Glasgow, which showcases the collaborative work of two renowned Scottish Graffiti artists. Elph One and Lyken Love are generally considered as the forefathers of Scottish Graffiti, since they were amongst the first in Scotland to paint graffiti in the 1980s. The pair met 16 years ago and have been close friends ever since, but this is their first collaboration. The walls and windows of the gallery display discarded architectural drawings and blueprints with remarkable paintings and a specially made song and video. The show runs until 18th October and is open Tues to Sun 12-6pm. ‚Äö?Ѭ¢ For more information go to recoat.blogspot.com
 
 
 

October 2009

 

Contents

A fresh approach

Grim discovery in Kent

Dispersal zone extended at Waterloo

Official headcount drops to 464

HRH at 999

Stop stop-and-search

Death in Peterborough

Tory councils to cut spending on services

Soup Run Forum news

Recession bites Bury - and beyond

Cardiff sees rise in homeless migrants

A Finsbury fortune

Alaskan deaths raise alarm

Essex clown dies

French "tramp game" sparks controversy

Homeless doll for the rich

Hard work to meet Scotland’s 2012 target

Housing in hard times

Street Shield 8: The Tunnels

Mad about film

A Don deal?

On a mission

Homeless film in Fife

Connect 2

Void of imagination

Haunted graffiti

 

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