The funky collective from Amsterdam is back with an exciting new body of works.
Highly inspired by London Culture Crail Moansburg's collection of limited edition prints all come in a small edition of 5, each one unique.
Along with new original works these are available to view in the artists catalogue now!
Errantes in Montevideo
We are thrilled to present a new release from talented street artist David De La Mano.
David's unique style creating art with his trademark silhouettes, trees and other monochromatic imagery is well represented in his last mural shown here.
His figures have already conquered Europe and the UK and promise not to stop there.
View David's incredible new works in his catalogue. Hope you enjoy it as much as we do!
Monster Last Week
It is now the final week of Magnus Gjoen's exclusive Monster Exhibition, don't miss out!
By combining delicate, decorative imagery with bold geometric shapes and primary colours, Monster illustrates the complex, yet confused mind of a serial killer.
If you can't make it down to Hang-Up Gallery to view the view the works, check out the catalogue here.
Faile are soon to be back captivating us in creative awe with their latest show, starting on the 10th July. The work of the artist duo Patrick McNeil and Patrick Miller explores the complex and metaphysical issues of their contemporary surroundings, yet they do so with a light hearted aesthetic of colourful comic book characters. Their vibrant compositions are created in mixed media using fine, street and pop art styles, individualising the duo within the urban art scene. The show will feature a body of new and old work with multimedia installations including a life-size structure reminiscent of a temple ruin, large scale paintings and the Deluxx Fluxx Arcade, a collaboration with artist BAST. With the duo's already voracious market their works are set to become even more collectable. Check out our selection of favourite works by the artists.
Cheapest Banksy sale in a decade... Remember Banksy's latest walls in Gaza? One of them has been sold just few days ago for $175. Read below for more details on this outrageous sale.
Street art has always been intended to be temporary form of art, to be painted over when the next artist comes by. This constant rotation of imagery adds to the excitement of the medium, however it also means that many of these murals have the potential to be forgotten. Google have recently embarked on a prolific project that will essentially eternalise these images without stopping the street art tradition. Global experts have selected a numbers of works that celebrate this diverse medium to be digitalised online. Among these is a piece by gallery artist RUN in collaboration with Dulwich Outdoor Gallery. RUN drew inspiration from 18th century artist Poussin's 'The Translation of Saint Rita' to create a mystical, contemporary interpretation on the painting. RUN is featured alongside some of the biggest names in the street art scene such as Banksy, Invader, Ben Eine and Futura.
On Thursday evening we celebrated the opening of Magnus Gjoen's exhibition MONSTER in the usual Hang-Up cheer. The show features both limited edition prints and large scale originals, which explore the fragility of the psyche in a brand new abstracted and graphic direction. Our trusty photographer Chuck has captured the zest of the evening in the images below. The show will run until the 26th April so don't miss the chance to come and check out these highly individual works!