Banksy’s greatest hits
An exhibition is showcasing the most iconic art from the man of mystery.
Typoe is a street artist and a gallerist all rolled into one, with his punchy and conceptual artworks causing a stir on the Miami scene. Wonderland talks to the man himself.
EMERGING: Jel Martinez
Jel Martinez is part of a breed of street artists approaching graffiti through the prism of conceptual art. He replicates the clumsy buffing and removal techniques of council workers tasked to remove street art, and the in the process makes a meta-comment on how people perceive graffiti.
EMERGING: Ruben Ubiera
Ruben Ubiera‘s tough, tender illustrations straddles the line between graffiti and art with a grace that not many people manage – even if his signature motif is a hulky gorilla. We talk to him about found objects and repping for the Dominican Republic.
SWEET TOOF: Graffiti's sweet Olympics revenge
If you’ve been anywhere in east London, you’ll have seen Sweet Toof. Ghoulish and gleeful, his Day of the Dead-style street art has adorned walls from Hackney to Hoxton. On the eve of his solo show Sweet Revenge, Wonderland treads the thin line between life and death with the mysterious artist…
BROKEN FINGAZ CREW – Crazy Eye Hotel
Bold, brash and unashamedly pulpy, Broken Fingaz Crew is the first street art collective to come out of Israel. Unga and Tant from Broken Fingaz share an exclusive Wonderland look at their new work – open to the public at London’s Old Truman Brewery space from tomorrow and hosted by influential promoters NO WAY – […]
Video exclusive: STIK
Street artist Stik rose to notoriety after his recurring twig-limbed character first splashed the walls of Shoreditch, London not so long ago. He-who-refers-to-remain-unnamed took us to Brick Lane, where many of his pieces (- and, amazingly, friends he acquired in his days as a “homeless dude”) reside, and spoke to us ahead of his newest […]