The White Canvas Project

Some new pieces have gone up on Great Eastern Street in Shoreditch to advertise ‘The White Canvas Project‘ (Part III). Although there is a related event and exhibition, the whole thing seems to be run by Supremebeing – a men and women’s clothing and footwear brand. This is another case of street art being used as advertising, but it works well because the pictures aren’t at all like ads, and the David Walker one in particular is fantastic. The gallery opening night is on 11th October – for more info check out whitecanvasproject.com.

Artists involved in the exhibition include: Will Barras, Mr Penfold, Memuco, Buethewarrior, Guy Mckinley, Jim Vision (one of the End of the Line founders), Sandra Dieckmann, Chase, Blaine Fontana, SheOne and David Walker.

The White canvas Project, Great Eastern Street

The White canvas Project, Great Eastern Street

Not sure which artist this is…

The White canvas Project, Great Eastern Street

David Walker

The White canvas Project, Great Eastern Street

SheOne

The White canvas Project, Great Eastern Street

Will Barras (I don’t know who the woman taking a photo is – she didn’t seem to be going anywhere, so I guess we just took photos of each other from different sides of the street!)

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5 Comments on “The White Canvas Project”

  1. These are all beautiful

  2. matilda says:

    First panel is by Jim Vision, Endoftheline.

  3. This is taking place on the Shoreditch Art Wall and courtyard at 17-19 Great Eastern Street, Shoreditch. See http://www.shoreditchartwall.com for our other projects.


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