3 Artists from Basingstoke bring their colourful & exciting work to Oxford with a new Mural in the entrance to The Jam Factory!
Kazland - PRIMAL. CHILDISH. NARRATIVE.
Homegrown artist Kazland has invented his own world and make marks and mess to illustrate this place and invite others inside his mind. He tells an abstract narrative. Animals, bitches, broken-toothed grins, re-worked and re-painted until they resemble what they should. Working from everything around him with the materials nearest.
Kev is a 28-year-old artist living and working in Basingstoke, Hampshire. His artwork is the offspring of people watching and imagination and he aims for his work to appeal as much to a seven year old kid as it does to a serious art collector . Kev works with a wide range of mediums and on a plethora of surfaces, inspired by huichol art, kawaii graphics and everything surrounding him. He paints fast, free and unplanned.
Munday got into art through painting graffiti as a teenager and has been exhibiting his work for 9 years, showing in venues including The Southbank Centre, Selfridges and Summers Place Sculpture Gardens. His art is in private collections all over the world, has been commissioned by brands including Walt Disney, Fracture Skateboards and Monster Energy and has featured in worldwide press including The Evening Standard, Elle Decor, Design Milk and Juxtapoz Magazine.
Having recently hosted a solo show at London's Arts Depot and released a wallpaper in collaboration with Graham & Brown, Kev Munday is looking forward to many more years of watching paint dry.
Growing up surrounded by the 90s graffiti scene, Bill Thorpe applies his signature bold style to a variety of outlets - from digital to print and in both 2D and 3D.
Die hard fans of Bill may notice changes through-out the development of his chosen imagery but it's his distictive colour palette and artistic approach which have made his works a familiar site around the UK and beyond.
Having exhibited at various galleries both nationwide and international, Bill spends his weekdays working from his Hampshire-based studio - meanwhile his weekends are usually reserved for travel, where he often meets with peers to produce large scale works.