Monday, 20 February 2017

The Consultation

The Consultation on The Stockwell Hall Of Fame has begun. We want your ideas and opinions on how to improve this amazing and unique space. Please go to the survey here
And check out the latest work here

Saturday, 11 February 2017

Kid Acne

Kid Acne visited us recently to drop an exclusive at the project in Brixton. Check out some of his work at
And a short film of his work here

Thursday, 9 February 2017

Sharing the Love in Grosvenor Gardens

On Thursday 9th Febuary an interim possession order was served at the County Court in central London on the property at 4 Grosvenor Gardens in Belgravia. This gives the group occupying it 24 hours to leave. We decided to create some Art as it was the last day on the theme of ' sharing the Love'.
London is one of the Wealthiest cities in the world yet is suffering a housing crisis where the poor are unable to find affordable accomodation whilst Rich property owners leave buildings empty for years at a time with no intention of living there.
Until this crisis is addressed more spaces will be used as Emergency Housing for those otherwise left on the street.
Follow the group on twitter @squatbelgravia and on facebook as Autonomous Nation of Anarchist Libertarians.
See what we produced here

Today at The Camelia Botnar Foundation

Today we worked on some Art pieces at The Camelia Botnar Foundation which is based in Cowfold and helps young people.
Our task was to complete a series of paintings from start to finish in about 3 hours. You can see how we did it here
Check out the Foundations work here
Thanks to everyone who took part

Tuesday, 7 February 2017

Community Consultation For Stockwell Hall Of Fame

The community consultation concerning the graffiti space located on Aytoun Road has begun. We would value your participation and input in this consultation, alongside that of other stakeholder groups.
Built originally as a ball court in the 1960s, the area known both locally and more widely as “The Stockwell Hall of Fame” has been used as a space for street artists to practice and express their art form for over a decade. The decision to allow the space to be used as a graffiti “gallery” was taken when the estate was in Lambeth Council’s ownership, before it was acquired by Network Homes. The “Hall of Fame” has developed into a popular and renowned resource, attracting top artists not just from the local area but from across the globe. The space has generated widespread acclaim, so much so it has featured in both the Evening Standard and the American newspaper the Wall Street Journal.
The area does now require some repair works which Network Homes and SW9 Community Housing are committed to carrying out. Before doing so however, we thought it appropriate to take this opportunity to ask for the community’s opinions on how the space is used and the priorities on how it can be improved or designed, to ensure the works we carry out are to the benefit of the whole community.
An independent consultancy called Campbell Tickell has been appointed to carry out this consultation on Network Homes’ behalf. Paul Bragman from Campbell Tickell has prepared the following questionnaire to gather your opinions.
If you are a resident of Stockwell Park estate please fill out this survey
The deadline for completing the survey is Monday the 6th March 2017. The survey results will be monitored solely by Paul Bragman and Campbell Tickell, who will also run subsequent workshops. As part of the consultation there will be a chance for you to meet and talk with Paul Bragman if you think this would be beneficial. Campbell Tickell will report back their findings to Network Homes and SW9 Community Housing at the end of the consultation period.
Secondly, Paul Bragman has also prepared the following survey, to be circulated amongst graffiti artists who have an interest in the facility. The deadline for this survey is also Monday the 6th March 2017.

If you are a Graffiti writer/ Artist please fill out this survey

Monday, 6 February 2017

Share the Love

At 4 Grosvenor Gardens today we created some small Art pieces to display. The idea behind it was for our society to take a more caring approach to homelessness and share the Love. 

Saturday, 4 February 2017

Squat Belgravia- Grosvenor Gardens

Today we joined the good folks at @SquatBelgravia to create a series of T Shirts on the theme of ' Homes for All'. Currently in London thousands of properties lay unused and empty whilst many people have no option but to sleep on the streets. In a modern and civilised society no one should be living like this we wanted to highlight how the wealthy should play their part is sharing more to those less fortunate than themselves.
Follow @SquatBelgravia on twitter and on facebook/ Autonomous Nation of Anarchist Libertarians.
Here is a short film of todays T Shirt workshop