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Monthly Archives: December 2014

Centenary mural in Shoreditch

  • 19 December 2014
  • In blog

To commemorate the 100th anniversary street artists Sokar Uno, Zadok and Ninth Seal have created a modern interpretation on East London’s Shoreditch art wall of the Christmas Truce, the football match that occurred on Christmas Day in 1914 between British and German troops. Photography: Lefteris Pitarakis

JACK brings Mut zur Wut to London

  • 17 December 2014
  • In blog

JACK was proud to partner with international poster competition, Mut zur Wut, (translated as Courage to Rage) to bring a selection of this year’s winning posters to the streets of London for the very first time. Founded in 2010 by graphic designer Götz Gramlich and billposter Marcello Lucas, Mut zur Wut aims to raise awareness […]

Wellcome to Sexology

  • 16 December 2014
  • In blog

You might have spotted the billboards around London inviting you to give your opinion on a range of sex related questions, Jack Arts worked with Total Media to promote the recent exhibition, The Institute of Sexology, across the streets of London. While today the people of London seem quite at ease when answering questions about their […]

The Modern Billboard

  • 9 December 2014
  • In blog

The debate surrounding art and advertising is something that has been talked about long before we were posting on billboards. As the amount of advertising we witness on a daily basis increases it’s not a surprise that agencies look for new ways to display the old mediums. Recently JCDecaux announced that they had commissioned leading […]

Geo-Politics of Rotting Flesh

  • 9 December 2014
  • In blog

In a part of London where I grew up pedestrians had not only to contend with street traders’ discards but there was also a regular horse and livestock market with dealers trotting their beasts up and down the High Road presenting further dangers underfoot. At first sight Mustafa Hulusi’s recent work Pomegranate (2014) appearing on […]

This ain’t about just music

  • 4 December 2014
  • In blog

It isn’t the first and it won’t be the last film to trace the story of an East Coast rapper done good, but this latest documentary film attempts to reach beyond the usual self-indulgent nature and bring to light the social context behind the iconic albums creation. Celebrating the twentieth anniversary of his groundbreaking debut […]

 
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