Graffiti artist Blam has an in-store exhibition opening tonight at Upper Playground's London store.
Known for his Oscar Grouch piece in Shoreditch, East London and being asked to paint the outside of a police station, by the police, Blam is always pushing the boundaries of graffiti. Starting years ago, hand drawings have helped Blam create some of the best photo - realistic graffiti and explore a wide range of different styles of this art form.
As an artist, Blam is always going above and beyond the style and format of stereotyped graffiti, and this has seen him exhibiting at The Royal Albert Hall as well as challenging himself with the use of different mediums including acrylic and oil paints as well as spray. The resulting work has been exhibited throughout London.
Thursday 17 September from 6.30pm
Upper Playground | 31 Kingly Street | London
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