Lawks, 2 weeks since the last post here. Sorry, swine flu returned to blog towers. Very dull.
Anyway, it’s christmas, so here’s your traditional festive reminder to get the hell off the internet and go and have fun with real people!
Happy christmas one and all…
Filed under Abroad, Bristol
…and it’s free to boot. With interviews with Andy Council, Acerone and lots of other goodness, have a wander over to the Weapon of Choice site to download yours now, or read it online indeed.
Heads up for a pre-xmas sale from sellers of fine graf t shirts FROM, only a few left of some designs apparently, so a bit of a clear out before the new year for those with their fingers on the buzzer.
See FROM from this link. From.
Its all about the placement innit…
The end of the week and its busyness draws ever closer, but here’s what seems to be the last of the Xmas shows for this year, one that slipped through the net at the end of last week, as it went back to the old skool, launching in real life before on the web.
Anyhoo, the chaps from UPFest are getting their show on down on Wilder Street in St Pauls at the moment, right through to the 24th. Here’s the flyer for the info…
The PRSC Paint Experiment happened last weekend then, with anyone able to turn up and painted a board attached to the big boards they have at the Stokes Croft end of Jamaica Street. Guess the weather may have dampened it a little, as there’s not as much painting there as might have been expected.
That said, for those who know their Bristol graf, there’s something for sale down there that might be of interest. A Jeffrow ‘Why did the monkey fall out of the tree?’ stencil which may bring back memories. You hardly ever get a chance to get one, the last, indeed only one this blog has heard of was down at the Farm Pub in St Werburghs a few years back, this one in fact.
So here’s the one for sale down there now, a 50/50 split with the artist and PRSC. Seemed worth a heads up if anyone’s into actual ‘graffiti art’.
Filed under Bristol, Jeffrow
One massive line up down at Mr Wolf’s to end what’s been another great year for Weapon of Choice, bit of a hip hop extravaganza, with Shade1 and Cheo on the paint pens. Should be epic.