ATG Crew were formed in 2001 and became a driving force in the UK graffiti world that didn't go un-noticed. They quickly became one of the most prolific and innovative crews to have come out of the capital, taking the art of getting up to levels that weren’t common in London at that time. Famed for his spiderman antics, Panik has been labelled London’s rooftop king. There almost wasn’t a single high road in the city without his name sitting above it.
In 2005 he began working on character based, illustrative work which
carries a very unique abstract style, rooted in methods picked up from
years of painting in the streets. His work to date is a vibrant,mixed media, abstract reflection of everyday
emotions as well as the inner-workings of a dedicated Graffiti
'From The Ground Up' is a new collection of works which will go on show at The Pure Evil gallery this Thursday 11 November from 6pm. The exhibition then runs until the 28 November 2010. Panik has been interviewed by Aaron over at Vandalog, read more about the artist on the website here.
Pure Evil Gallery | 108 Leonard Street | London| EC2A 4XS
Image : Panik/Pure Evil
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