Friday, 31 December 2010
Hello out there
here is my last blog of the year
so goodbye 2010 its been
a interesting year and lets hope
2011 is a good one
here some drawings we are working on
Sunday, 26 December 2010
HELLO AND HAPPY XMASS
33 YEARS ON THIS DAY
A BOY WAS BORN IN A FAR
OFF LAND THAT BOY IS
NOW A MAN AND IS AS
I TYPE OUT AND ABOUT
TOASTING HIS BIRTHDAY
SO PLEASE LIFT A GLASS
TO MR PAPPA BINCHI
BELOW IS SOME OF HIS ARTWORKS
CHECK OUT HIS WEBSITE
Saturday, 25 December 2010
Hello and happy xmass
the highlight of the day has
been the john huston film the man who would be king
that was on tv today what a great movie
and its also the name of nice little song by
the cute little libertines
bye for now
Thursday, 23 December 2010
Monday, 20 December 2010
Tuesday, 14 December 2010
Hello my bumcakes
British Fashion Awards 2010 illustrations by Le Gun.
the images on the blog are some
that they did not use god knows why
but hey thats fashion honey
Wednesday, 8 December 2010
Hello out there
heres a photo of me
and kermit we found
each other at a car boot
fair he is soon going to
become part of a new artwork
of mine that is a homage
to a dead german artist
watch this space for more info
bye for now
Tuesday, 7 December 2010
Come Dine With Me: Ken Morley disgusts and offends former cast mates in Coronation Street special and i loved it
OMG last nights come dine with me
blew my mind it was the best thing
i have seen on my tv box for years
pure tv gold Ken Morley is a god
to me he needs his own tv show
pure out and out god
if you missed it 4OD it
ken morley i hope one
day are paths will cross
and we can miss behave
till then i live in hope
Sunday, 5 December 2010
When? Saturdays 4th, 11th and 18th December from 1-6pm
Helllo alll we LE GUN and i
will be selling prints and stuff
with are dear dear chums THE HERTICS
come down and have a look around
theres lots going on
The Social, 5 Little Portland St, London W1
The Social’s Christmas Market
if you like reading
heres lots of words
about whats going on
This Christmas The Social presents a weekly market in the upstairs bar each and every Saturday daytime with stalls from Rough Trade Shops, Caught By The River, Faber, tattoos from David Shrigley, prints, toys and more from Pete Fowler (Monsterism), Le Gun and Heretic, PostCarden and other still TBC. As well as Christmas gifts, shoppers will be able to catch signings, poetry readings, live performances and talks, DJ sets, a fully stocked bar and The Rose Kentish Kitchen pop up cafe.
Saturdays 4th, 11th and 18th December - 1-6pm - The Social, 5 Little Portland St, W1
Email email@example.com for more info or press enquiries - www.thesocial.com
Rough Trade (Every Saturday)
Rough Trade Shops bring their legendary store to The Social. Every Saturday in December you will find a boutique selection of perfect stocking fillers from the carefully selected vendors taking part in the upstairs bar Christmas Market. All are invited to pop in and browse through the vinyl, cds and Christmas gifts on sale whilst sipping on some mulled wine and nibbling on a mince pie. Rough Trade will be joined by some friends playing records upstairs on Saturday 18th including The Boy Least Likely To playing their favourite Christmas records.
Caught by the River (Every Saturday)
The Caught by the River shop leaves it's home on the wwweb to get physical at The Social this December. Expect to find the ideal gifts and stocking fillers for those family members with a penchant for the wild, the rural and the rock 'n' roll.
Faber (Every Saturday)
For beautiful literary gifts and stocking-filler humour visit Faber and Faber’s Christmas stall at the Social.
Join us for readings from Faber New Poets Joe Dunthorne and Jack Underwood (December 4, 2.30pm) and a special guest appearance from Helen and Olly, presenters of award-winning comedy podcast Answer Me This!, who will be entertaining shoppers with their unique mixture of pointless knowledge, reckless opinion and a dash of filth (December 4, 3.30pm)
David Shrigley (4th Dec)
Following the success of his project at Frieze Art Fair 2010, modern artist David Shrigley is offering free temporary tattoos to all comers. He will also be signing copies of his new launched collection, What the Hell Are You Doing? (Canongate).
Pete Fowler (18th Dec)
Pete Fowler's Monsterism will be setting up a stall that will include monstrous vinyl toys, screenprints and limited edition lino cuts. Maybe therein lies the ideal gift for the beasts in your life?
Heretic (11th Dec)
Heretic is an illustration and experimental screen printing collective from London. With an unorthodox approach they have carved out their own unique aesthetic. Over the last few years Heretic have exhibited their work in numerous exhibitions around the world.
A selection of Heretic screen prints will be for sale along with some limited edition gig posters for the event.
LE GUN (11th Dec)
Le Gun is an art collective and magazine established by graduates from Londons Royal College of Arts department of Communication Art and Design. Since the 2004 inception of LE GUN, the groups core Neal Fox, Matthew Appleton, Bill Bragg, Chris Bianchi, Alex Wright and Robert Greene has produced four issues of the vibrant, over-sized publication, not to mention countless projects in London that have garnered attention from media outlets like Eye and i-D.
We will be selling prints and artworks by artists from LE GUN and some bespoke artworks
PostCarden (4th + 18th Dec)
PostCarden is a mini garden you can send in the post and has been featured as the hot new product for 2010. Designed to be more playful, curious and interactive, PostCarden combines a gift and greeting card that can be enjoyed by all ages. In a short amount of time your card transforms into a mini green gift, evolving daily in beauty and charm.
Mr Jones Watches (4th + 18th Dec)
Mr Jones Watches design and produce exceptional watches that do more than divide the day into hours, minutes and seconds. They are a London based company whose primary aim is to reconsider the age-old technology of the wristwatch for the 21st century. We have watches that help you make decisions, watches that encourage or undermine you depending on the time of day. Our most popular watch reminds you of your own mortality whenever you check the time. The Mr Jones Watches brand is defined by the innovative and exciting designs that experiment with the idea of time keeping. The range thinks of watches as portable artworks as well as practical devices.
The Rose Kentish kitchen (Every Saturday)
The Rose Kentish kitchen pop up cafe will be serving up some tasty, seasonal, sweet and savoury treats and some delicious hot winter warmers for weary shoppers. Including the customary mulled wine and mince pies of course but with a little twist! Expect some exquisite cakes and handmade savouries all freshly prepared each morning by Rose with organic, free range ingredients, love and lots of Christmas cheer!
Saturday, 4 December 2010
heres an interview
with neal fox
for iD online
about new le gun for beginners
Le Gun for beginners
London based art collective Le Gun pulled the trigger on graphic art and illustration in 2004 when they created a platform to showcase exciting new talent in their same name publication Le Gun magazine. If you haven’t seen it, open your eyes.
United by the same niche taste in art, the founding members of Le Gun, Neal Fox, Matthew Appleton, Bill Bragg, Chris Bianchi, Alex Wright and Robert Greene met while studying at Royal College of Art. Democratising the process of publication, Le Gun considers all submissions, edits down and scours the pen marks for raw talent, printing those special few who “draw pictures like nobody else”, Neal Fox. Having produced four issues of Le Gun, garnering a cult following of art and graphic fans, the collective are tonight launching a pocket sized manual titled Le Gun for beginners, a group sketchbook of sorts. The book coincides with an exhibition of works by Le Gunners at Material Gallery, London. i-D Online caught up with founding member and total underground graphic celeb Neal Fox to learn the origins, influences and ambitions of, the explosive, Le Gun.
What was your intention when you first started Le Gun? Did you expect it would become as established as it has? We all met at the RCA in 2004. It was an unusual group of people who really clicked and were excited by similar things. I had always loved Raw magazine since I was a kid, which was a cult graphic art magazine published in the 80s in New York by Art Spiegelman. I hadn't met many other people who were into the same things as me before and all of sudden there was a whole gang of us. We raised money to print the first issue by having parties in the college bar, where we'd do collaborative drawings. Gradually more and more people have got involved and it seems to have taken off. It’s still very chaotic trying to get each one made because as well as the magazine we do a lot of other exhibitions and commissions, and we all have our own stuff going on aside from Le Gun.
What people, places or things inspire your work? At the moment, I’m really into the writer J.G. Ballard – I’m doing drawings based around his ideas. I like the iconoclasts too; right now I’m making loads of big stained glass windows of modern saints - Ballard, Francis Bacon, William Burroughs, Albert Hofmann, Johnny Cash, Jean Genet etc, for an exhibition at Galerie Daniel Blau in Munich.
What makes a submission stand out? We like people with their own take on things. We get sent a lot of generic stuff but now and again you come across someone who draw pictures like nobody else, like James Unsworth and Emma Rendel. We also chase after people we like and in the next issue we’ve got work from Charles Avery, Hernan Bas, Stanley Donwood and Laurie Lipton.
What is the creative process involved in the curation of each issue, and how has that differed with Le Gun for beginners? Each one takes a long time to make, editing down submissions and chasing after people. We stick everything on the wall in the studio and work hard at trying to make images flow together and make interesting connections between things. Someone described it as being like a long visual poem. Le Gun for beginners is a much more spontaneous thing, more like a group sketchbook. It’s published in Sweden and it’s a bit of a smorgasbord!
Le Gun for beginners opens today and runs until 18 December 2010.
Text Sarah Raphael
Thursday, 2 December 2010
hello one and all
le gun have a book
launch from 6pm
at material gallery bookshop
first floor kingly court
if about pop in
Tuesday, 23 November 2010
Saturday, 20 November 2010
Heres a little
rewiew from artwensday
website of bare bones show
15 NOV 2010 – 25 NOV 2010
RED GALLERY, RIVINGTON STREET, SHOREDITCH
Ah, Bare Bones – they know how to make a magazine, and they certainly know how to throw a party. We went down to their latest effort at Red Gallery this Friday and immediately agreed that there should be more art shows like this; a sound-system rigged up to a rickety record player, a full-size tee-pee in the central room, illustration after illustration plastered over the scum-sticky walls, and a basement bar offering cheap beer which, as one of our slightly concerned companions pointed out, smelt not unlike a damp crotch. For some reason, the event’s entire clientele appeared to be particularly well-dressed, although the bouncer singled out one of AW’s number in particular for scrutiny. ‘How long’d it take you to get dressed?’ he asked, brow furrowed as though looking at a previously undiscovered species of animal. ‘You is like Lady Gaga, if Lady Gaga looked less like a man.’
Foppishness appeared to be the order of the day in Robert Rubbish’s solo room, however, as we noticed more than a few references to the late, great departed Sebastian Horsley, the self-proclaimed Dandy in the Underworld; Rubbish’s flesh-coloured skull with dildo-shaped horns drew the most attention, with guests overheard speculating on its usefulness as the subject of some gothic porn. ‘You could cover a whole skeleton in penises, probably.’ one slightly inebriated man added sagely, nodding and looking into some distant and, we imagine, terrifying future. ‘Even the fingers. Imagine that.’
Thank you kindly, sir, but we’d rather not.
Below: Images from Bare Bones, Issue 5. Bare Bones V runs at Red Gallery until November 25th.
Friday, 19 November 2010
the giro playboy and flora
return to play at the bare bones
show at the red galley 1-3 rivington street
from 8pm this saturday fun fun fun
there will be fun and drinks
come on down
Tuesday, 16 November 2010
Hello one and all
here are some more
photos from the bare bones
show i ripped them off
the hertics blog
show is open daily
from 12 till 6pm
and we are hoping to
do some events from
please pop by
Monday, 15 November 2010
hello one and all
the bare bones
show is on till the 26th
its open from 12 to 6pm daily
here are some photos from the
night they where taken by
rebcca thomas see more at
her blog below
Thursday, 11 November 2010
I have to say well done to all the
students who took part in the
demo yesterday 52000 took
to the streets of london
i am very please to see
this as it shows people
care about all the cuts
watching the news today
they are trying to show how
bad the police got hurt yesterday
and how bad it was for them
and playing down the fact that
it was the bigest demo of students
for years.well i would just like
to say if any ones every been
on a demo and has been at the
heavy hands of the police or
the riot squad you will know
that they can be very rough
and i dont ever rember seeing
loads of tv footage of injuryed
protesters and lets rember back
to last year when a protester lost his
life on a demo.all in all want i want to
say is well done for anybody who
took part as for the tory hq shindig
all i say is shit happens
bye for now
keep on keeping on
Tuesday, 9 November 2010
Keywords: bare bones schadelfick skull fuck the tory party red star gallery shoreditch dildoes sex and death
Written by Seun Mustapha / 08 Nov 2010
Bare Bones is an independently funded paper for and by young artists in the capital. Each issue is funded by the contributors and so far the group are on their fifth issue. To celebrate the move up to a larger, tabloid sized format the group are holding an exhibition at the Red Gallery in Shoreditch starting from this Friday (November 12). The exhibition will feature work from all the contributors, a specialised drinking / questioning area called 'the new blind pig drinking den' and a full exhibition from featured artist Robert Rubbish entitled Schadelfick which consists of lots of skulls with dildos attached and drawings of skulls with dildos coming out of all sorts of orifices.
Your new exhibition is called Schadelfick and features lots of drawings and sculptures of skulls with dildos coming out of them. What's the concept behind Schadelfick as you intended it?
The concept behind Schadelfick is the saying ‘skullfuck’. I used the German for it because it sounds better then the English. I have been making drawings of skulls for a number of years and wanted to make some 3D work so that’s how the sculptures came about. The dildos and the skulls are, in a nutshell, about sex and death. I am also very interested in the works of Mr. Hirst and just love what he does with skulls, they're to die for.
In the paper you describe Schadelfick as a 'head fuck' moment ranging from being attacked by mosquitoes in your bathroom to the re-election of the Tory government and man’s inhumanity to man. Was there a particular head fuck that kicked the whole thing off and got you thinking along these lines in the first place?
Some might say life is a head fuck. So I would say that just the day-to-day pitfalls of life kick started this whole Schadelfick project. Also being skint and being an artist is a definite head fuck. Of course drinking and drugging can be a head fuck. Looking at Cameron’s smug face on the TV is another big one, and on the subject of the Tory party they are scum who just want to make it hard for the poor and easy for the rich. They want to create a culture of survival of the fittest or wealthiest. Basically they suck.
You say you want Los Pistolos to become its own publication. We like the idea of everything being on the same page though, maybe you could just make one really massive page or something?
Yes I could do that and past it all over the houses of parliament. That would be nice.
I liked how you described Shane Deegan as one of the artists you most respect due to him having 'a fully formed world'. Is this something you're working towards yourself?
Shane Deegan is a god to me, I don’t think I will ever have a fully formed world like his, but one can only live in hope.
How does Schadelfick fit into this world?
I think it fits into this world very snugly, who knows one day we might see a giant Schadelfick on the forth plinth in Trafalgar square or gracing the Beckhams’ or Elton johns gaff.
Bare Bones V launches at Red Gallery on Rivington Street on Friday, November 12
Friday, 29 October 2010
Hello all out there
here is alittle interview i did
for bare bones blog
questions by pappa b
What's the most rubbish thing you've seen?
DAVID CAMRONS FACE
Are you pubes straight?
NO GINGER AFRO STYLE
Did the rubbishmen get too good?
YES WE STARTED TO PLAY IN TUNE
How far is the moon ?
NO IDEA SOMETIMES IT LOOKS QUITE CLOSE
Why are rubbish bins green ?
BECAUSE ITS LIKE GREEN AND THAT LIKE ECO ?
What's your favourite part of the bible ?
THE BIT ABOUT THE SAND IN THE FORESKIN AND THE ROCK (OUCH)
Do you own a man tiara ?
NOT AT THE MOMENT I MAYE HAVE HAD ONE AT SOME POINT
What's your favourite song right now ?
THE KILLING MOON
Do you own a car ?
Your opinion on fix wheel bikes ?
A LOAD OF WANK
Best watering hole on London ?
NEALSONS HEAD, BIRDCAGE, THE BLUE POST SOHO ,THE FRENCH SOHO,THE GOLDEN HEART
THEY ARE ALL GOOD
How do you eat your toast ?
Do you believe in aliens ?
Is the world an oyster ?
YES I HOPE IT IS,ONE DAY I WILL TAKE A BOAT TO THE USA.
Thursday, 21 October 2010
Hello all iam having a solo show
in a big group show for bare bones 5
all info on the flyers
i will keep you updated
keep on keeping on
Friday, 8 October 2010
Saturday, 2 October 2010
James Unsworth’s Ninja Turtle Sex Musuem is on at Five Hundred Dollars from 10 September – 10 October.
Hello out there
went to see
James Unsworth’s Ninja Turtle Sex Musuem
at Five Hundred Dollars in vyner street
it is a great show
i love it very good yes
if in london try and pop
in and see it
its on till 10 October.
Saturday, 25 September 2010
Hello here are
some more photos
that i riped from
the hertic blog
the hertics are in the
nue gallery till tomorrow
so if around that part of town
pop in and see what there up to
bye for now
Friday, 24 September 2010
And so it came to pass
that i did waketh from
flu like sleep and did
take a walk to shoreditch
and to the street of dreams
that being red church street
and to the nue gallery
where i did maketh a colab
print with the good eggs of
hertic crew this print can
be brought from the gallery
until sunday and costs ten english pounds
its one of ten if you are around that
part of town pop in and see
the hertics at work
goodnight one and all
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