Art At Five; Ten For 10

This weekend Art At Five, one of Brighton’s most successful art galleries, celebrate their tenth anniversary by holding a special event and exhibition for the Brighton-based charity, drop4drop, whose mission is to help alleviate the global water crisis.

Art At Five’s efforts for drop4drop involve a special weekend-long celebration, exhibition and raffle to win one of ten original paintings (seen below) by the gallery’s star painters. Tickets are available to buy here at £10 each, until October 14th and winners will be announced on the gallery’s website on Tuesday October 22nd.

All through the weekend at the gallery there will be drinks and cake from Choccywoccydoodah and Art At Five invite you to go along and enjoy the celebrations.

Prize paintings by: Yvonne Coomber, Philippe Aird, Louise Brooks, Natasha Barnes, Maureen Greenwood, Nick Vivian, David Walker, Tina Davies, Lisa Ridgers and Deborah Flueeler-Jones.

Better Out Than In: Banksy hits NYC

For the month of October Banksy has taken his work to the streets of New York in an artists residency.

He’s not giving specific details of where exactly the pieces will be, but is instead posting pictures of the work on his website, aided by audio guides, that can also be delivered directly to your mobile phone when you call the number found next to each street piece.

We particularly love the old delivery truck that’s been converted into a secret garden inside, complete with waterfall, butterflies and a rainbow. It visits a new location each night so if you’re NYC based check Banksy’s website to find out when it will be near you.


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Tristan Bristow’s ‘The Streets of Brighton – Kensington Gardens’

Tristan Bristow Artist

We popped along to Mr Bristow’s launch of his latest piece, ‘The Streets of Brighton – Kensington Gardens’, that took him five months to draw and includes incredibly detailed imagery of some of the North Laine’s buildings and shops, as well as some familiar faces too. If you’d like to add yourself to the picture and have a personalised print for yourself you can do. Just head to for details.

All Photos > Chris Noble

Tristan Bristow Artist

Tristan Bristow Artist

Become A Pretty Litter Artist: 2013 Creative Comp Part Two

Pretty Litter Magazine


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‘Become A Pretty Litter Artist’ is an exciting opportunity for nine international rising artists, illustrators and designers to join us as one of our fresh and talented new team of in-house artists, who will help us create exciting new merchandise and art prints for our brand.

From each of our three competitions this year we will have picked three artists to jump aboard the Pretty Litter ship, to set sail with us to new adventurous shores.

Leg one is now complete where last issue we published the work of loads of really brilliant artists and illustrators in issue 5 when we set a live brief to challenge the public of creating unusual seaside post cards. The winners we picked were chosen because their work and style was really original and charming – traits we’re looking for in artists to join our team…

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