Thursday, 28 February 2013

Hang Outs... London

Andipa Contemporary is delighted to announce the launch of Stroll by miniature installation artist Slinkachu.

Working his way around the globe, Slinkachu’s miniature installations focus on the common denominators of humankind, the dramas of hope and tragedy, loneliness and humour amongst the millions living in the metropolis.

The works of Slinkachu have been recently exhibited in museum shows in Germany, Finland and Denmark along with projects in the V&A Museum and Courtauld Institute.

Andipa Contemporary Gallery

162 Walton Street,

Street Shots... Australia

With Dean Sunshine

More... HERE

Wednesday, 27 February 2013

Hang Outs... Los Angeles, CA

Alternate Colorway 
with Luke Chueh

Release/Signing : Saturday, March 16th, 2013 (1pm - 4pm) in Los Angeles, CA

On Saturday, March 16th 2013, Munky King will debut the alternate color of our third major release, "Target". Based on pervious releases, "Target (Alternate Colorway)" features the black gold and red colors I regularly use.
This version of "Target" is limited to 500 pieces.

4505 W. Jefferson Blvd.
Los Angeles
CA 90016

Flesh Cuts

Three for View

End of the Year 2012
Edit by: Dye Get

Edit by: Marc Ritzem

RDC: If you are into skating or if  your not, check this un out. We haven't seen a more enjoyable short for a long time, great footage, angles, light, slow mow, spots - everything is ace!

Miami Art Walk
Edit by: Najee Forbes

Tuesday, 26 February 2013

Street Shots

Good Mornin All

RadDad hit the streets on an early double bomb this morning.
With a Pug on the Pipe saying, 'I Just Love That Opium Flavour' and Happy Umbrella...

Managed to dodge the security, homeless and some druggies before the heavens opened... amen!


Keepin Up With... Phlegm

I thought I'd have a little week in London to start the year off. I've been sat drawing for the comic so much I needed to get some fresh air. This wall is in Shoreditch is on Holywell Lane on the side of the village underground. Thanks to Street Art London for helping make this one happen.

Monday, 25 February 2013

Hang Outs... New York

Kindred, Group Show

547 W. 27th St. 5th Floor,
New York
NY 10001

Sunday, 24 February 2013

Dates for the Diary

RadDad Art
Come and Say 'Hey' 

RadDad Art is currently got a few pieces for sale in Derby, UK at Viva Hate Body Piercing Studio.


The whole month of March 2013 RadDad Art will have an exhibition in Nottingham, UK at the Alley Cafe.

Come in and check out what's on sale...

The Ally Cafe
Cannon Court,
Long Row,
United Kingdom

On September 20-21 2013 RadDad Art will be at J-Con (Japanese Convention) 2013 in Derby, UK.

All things Manga and then some, cool outfits, tread setters, collectables and art. Go wild at J-Con, we will!

Get your tickets and info... HERE

Saturday, 23 February 2013

Flesh Cuts

Three For View

(Pre) East Middle West Tour
Edit by: Icy and Sot

Mark Appleyard
Edit by: Globe

Sueme 'Overseas' Tour
Edit by: Montana Colours

Friday, 22 February 2013

Keepin Up With... Herakut

Herakut Hits Australia
With Dean Sunshine
 I've been hanging out with Herakut whist they were here. Epic work on the side of an old funeral parlour.

Two pics below are on the streets of Melbourne...

Thursday, 21 February 2013

Off The Shelf

The Golden Age of
DC Comics
Author: Paul Levitz
Publisher: Taschen

About a year ago we did a review of a Taschen book called DC Comics XL and it was just that, Xtra Large. It came in it's own box with reinforced carrying handle and the promise of improving muscle tone.  This publication 'The Golden Years' is it's baby brother, though not so baby as it measures up to it's big brother in height but not quite in width. With it's glossy cover displaying an  iconic image of Batman on the front and Superman on the back, it sure measures up to what we are used to from the publishers Taschen. 

Exploring inside we discover some original black and white images of the illustrators of DC, sitting at a desk with Superman's image above them looking on. A lot of the original sketches are also on display with classic full colour pictures of original comics on nearly every page.

A real must for fans of early illustration of DC Comics from 1935 to 1956.

Characters you may recognise include:
Wonder Woman
Green Lanteen
The Flash
Plastic Man
Hawk Man

Lets hear what DC Has to say about the publication:
The single most comprehensive book on the subject, this volume traces the companies first decades from it's pulp origins up to the comic book burnings of the McCarthys' 50s in more than 400 pages bursting with comics, art, comics, photography and more comics. Also includes an exclusive interview with legendary artist Joe Kubert.

How does it measure up to a size 9 shoe, check below...

For more, go on Logo

Factory Fresh

Mornin All


The RDC Crew were out early yesterday to get a session in before the security descended on our fave site.

The old Dye Works attracts all sorts of graffiti artists and the place is filling up fast. We had a problem finding an empty spot but after a bit of searching we found an office space with clean white washed walls and windows still intact (a blessing due to the cold weather outside). 

Three of the crew were out, RadDad, Hersoid and Bloo - after an hour or so of spraying we decided to venture over the site to see what new stuff had been splashed up...





 Hersoid and Bloo