Ben Eine Elevates Typography Artworks for Upcoming London Exhibition

Paintings and a sculpture with his trademark ‘S’ tag.

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Iconic British graffiti writer Ben Eine will be the subject of a new exhibition at StolenSpace Gallery in London this week. Entitled “Everything Starts Somewhere,” Eine elevates his ubiquitous typography artworks for the forthcoming presentation. More precisely, paintings of “randomized poetry” mixed with “sharp statements” are employed with his trademark New Circus font. Accompanying the paintings, the artist will present a two-meter-tall metal sculpture of his letter S tag.

“It’s a pleasure to show my new works at StolenSpace gallery, particularly as this exhibition sees my work translate into new sculptural form – an exciting new direction for me. Walking around East London, there are entire streets of my work, so it’s always extra special to exhibit here,” said Eine in a statement.

“Everything Starts Somewhere” will open to the public starting October 26 up until November 18. Visit StolenSpace Gallery’s website to learn more. In related news, take a look at this week’s best art drops.

StolenSpace Gallery
17 Osborn St.
London E1 6TD, UK

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