David Walker’s solo exhibition ‘Brides on Fire’

Long time Mutate collaborator David Walker has a solo exhibition ‘Brides on Fire’

Private view: Thursday 24th November 18:30 – 21:30 Address: 7-8 Rathbone Place, London W1T 1HN Please RSVP – [email protected]

Brand new work at Cordy House from Chu, Dotmasters, T.wat, David Walker, Mr. E Dawe, Wreckage and more…

Woop woop, we are in full swing at the moment and Cordy House is getting bombed by selected friends. In a shocking buff Wreckage cained the last Obey piece we had clinging to the outside of the building! Go Wreckage, it’s time for new, so out with old – there’s a new work by the master Mutoid going up there this week to compliment Mr. E Door’s open hearted effort that’s opposite – pics of those on way but here are the new works from Dotmasters and T.wat: Great new pieces from T.wat – there’s more pics to come and Chu’s INCREDIBLE kitchen sink scientific Graffiti Cubed walk in experience is opening next Thursday so get on the hype!

Stephen Fry Auctions Mutate’s David Walker Print Raising £2000 for Shelter Charity!

We donated a David Walker print to Shelter’s charity auction and were ELATED that it was sold by national hero Stephen Fry for an incredible £2000. Hooray! This is the kind of Art sale it’s OK to enjoy. Love it.

All the proceeds went to the charity which provides hot meals and a warm bed to homeless people. It is London’s ONLY free homeless shelter which is open all year round and receives no help from government. It is not affiliated with any other organisation, is run entirely by volunteers from the local Islington community and is funded by donations alone.

Our thanks go to the astute gentlemen who made the discerning purchase, beneath is a pic of David’s original Mutate artwork on show at Glastonbury:

Shelter are truly dedicated and make a real difference to Londoner’s lives, in this video Pete Postlethwaite opens the Shelter from the Storm:

The event was a whopping great success and, in a Mutate Britain first, here are some Heat rag style sleb snapps from the evening. A huge well done to Laurent and all involved and thanks to Stefan Klenke for the pics.