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Street Artist Eine

09.5.07   |   Posted in: Art & Design, Events   |   By: A. Salem Jones
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Street artist Eine‘s work can be found in London, Stockholm, and Paris among other cities. His unique mix of graffiti and typography is appears most typically on closed storefront shutters. His approach began with a row of four storefronts on Kingsland Road. Each shutter was painted with one letter of his name. Eine’s mix of color, vintage type, and texture is very well done.
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Those in London can see a collection of his work at the Kemistry Gallery which will be shown through September 15th. Of particular interest are the “concrete paintings” shown. To produce these, concrete is applied to painting canvases. The surface is then illustrated upon. – Via Creative Review

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9 Responses to “Street Artist Eine”

  1. Patrick Says:

    Hi,

    I think this mixture of graffiti and design type is excellent! It adds some kind of thickness (in these images, anyway) to the walls and makes it somewhat welcoming. As we all know, some ‘tags’ and visually disabled artists make a place look run down. Again i complement this, and it’s a change to the public arena and has the essence of the original-graffiti world… Simplistic, bright and i suppose challenging the expectation of the public.

  2. design*Wall » Blog Archive » Neu Black: Street Artist Eine Says:

    [...] Street artist Eine’s work can be found in London, Stockholm, and Paris among other cities. His unique mix of graffiti and typography is appears most typically on closed storefront shutters. His approach began with a row of four storefronts on Kingsland Road. Each shutter was painted with one letter of his name. Eine’s mix of color, vintage type, and texture is very well done. Those in London can see a collection of his work at the Kemistry Gallery which will be shown through September 15th. Of particular interest are the “concrete paintings” shown. To produce these, concrete is applied to painting canvases. The surface is then illustrated upon. – Via Creative Review [...]

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