Shab – Featured artist May the 4th be with you

Here is some of the fabulous work by Shab who is exhibiting at May the 4th be with you exhibition at The Matchbox Gallery.

Shab is one of the most prolific and game changing graffiti artists of the Bristol 80’s & 90’s scene.

He was also one of the first artists to start painting at the infamous Barton Hill Dug Out. Shab is known for experimenting profusely with styles, imagery and concepts and particularly best recognised by his “broken arrow” wildstyle .

You can see new work from him at the May the 4th be with you exhibition along with some more rather cool Bristol artists.

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Star Wars May the 4th Be with you – Curated by Mr SLEVEN

Featured artists: SP Zero 76, Shab, Lemak, Kid Crayon, MR Skillmatik, KLUE, DNT, Mr.SLEVEN, Myles Allanson, GUTS’art, Jimmer Willmott, Jee See, Paul Sargent Illustration , Phil Moody Illustration, Ian Moore, F. Adams.

Opening night Thursday 4 May at The Matchbox Gallery, Bristol:

6pm till late

The exhibition will run till the 3rd of June

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  1. […] ” Sleven’s work explores the relationship between Bauhausian sensibilities and recycling culture, shimmering phenomena frozen through emergent and practice, the viewer is left with an insight into the darkness of our future. Fascinating theoretical limits of the zeitgeist. What starts out as triumph soon becomes manipulated into a manifesto of temptation, leaving only a sense of chaos and the chance of order. Reminding me of influences as diverse as Camus and Miles Davis, new variations are created from both constructed and discovered narratives. As shifting phenomena become reconfigured through emergent and repetitive practice, the viewer is left with a testament to the outposts of our culture.” Shab […]

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