Become the next Banksy…or at least give it a try!
Spend the day creating your own graffiti and street art masterpieces in this hands-on workshop, created especially for newcomers.
Materials provided. All you need is an imagination and the desire to get your hands dirty.
Marius Bogdanas is an all round creative who’s been doing graffiti and graphic art for over 20 years. Starting off as a graffiti artist in the streets of Oslo, he’s spent the last 12 years working as a professional designer in the UK. He is skilled in many traditional techniques of mark making and has additionally extensive commercial creative knowledge. He has previously conducted creative workshops with Enfield Council and the Norwegian Board of Education. With his unique background, he is able to not only teach urban art, but also advise how one can apply these skills to a creative project.
This workshop takes place in our studio in Shoreditch, London.
Unit 4 – Galaxy House
32 Leonard Street
The workshop is for anyone who is interested in learning graffiti and street art. It is also highly recommended for creative professionals who are keen on getting to grips with fundamental letter construction and alternative mark making.
Either to use as a tactile outlet for creative expression or as an additional insight to urban visual language and typographic structures. The course will enable you to add dynamic elements to letterforms and combine flamboyant colours in vibrant ways.
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