Cept has been painting other people’s property since 1986 and has made a name for himself as a legend in the UK graffiti scene. His unique style mixes psychedelia with pop culture, graffiti connections, found images and off key colour combinations. He has been making London look a lot more interesting for well over a decade now, and has been producing finely crafted screen prints and paintings on canvas since 2005. His work features in major international collections and has been exhibited worldwide. Cept continues to push the boundaries of graffiti writing and art in general, while maintaining a presence on our city walls and shutters.
This week's 'On the Street' is dedicated on more figurative works, that tackle the poetic, metaphorical and quite literal meaning of rising and falling in different nuance. Spaniard Borondo leads off with his newest wall of a man, fallen / hung in an upside down position.
Other notable pieces come from Xabier in Villabona, Jetsonorama in Perth, Seth Globepainter and Kislow in Kiev, Sam3 in Villa Real, Fintan Magee in Sydney, Hyuro in Perth, Banksy -Cheltenham and Bristol and Escif in Valencia.