Ben eine net worth

Ben eine net worth DEFAULT

Ben Eine net worth is
$1 Million


Ben Eine Wiki: Salary, Married, Wedding, Spouse, Family

Eine (real name Ben Flynn; born 23 August ) is a prolific street artist based in London, England.
Net Worth$1 Million
Date Of Birth
ProfessionBritish graffiti artist
NicknamesBen Eine, Eine, Ben

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Saving BanksyDocumentary
Art Battle L.A.DocumentaryHimself
Graffiti WarsTV Movie documentaryHimself
Outside In: The Story of Art in the StreetsDocumentary shortHimself - Artist

Known for movies

Actor

Saving Banksy ()
as Actor

Himself

Graffiti Wars ()
as Himself

Himself - Artist

Outside In: The Story of Art in the Streets ()
as Himself - Artist

Himself

Art Battle L.A. ()
as Himself

Sours: https://networthpost.org/net-worth/ben-eine-net-worth/

Celebrated Street Artist Ben Eine Charged With Assault

The celebrated street artist Ben Eine (real name: Benjamin Flynn) has been charged with assault, following an incident at London’s Serpentine Gallery earlier this month.

A Metropolitan police spokesperson told frieze that Benjamin Flynn, aged 47, ‘was charged on Thursday 7 June with assault. He has been bailed to appear at court.’ The police confirmed that Flynn was charged following an incident at the Serpentine Sackler Gallery, on the evening of Wednesday 6 June. The gallery was holding a private view for its current exhibition by Tomma Abts that evening.

Flynn has gained significant commercial success as a graffiti artist, and is well known for painting letters of the alphabet on shop shutters in East London. He is reportedly a close associate of the renowned street artist Banksy.

A collaboration with Anya Hindmarch catapulted Flynn to fame, when the designer put him in touch with Samantha Cameron, the wife of the then UK prime minister David Cameron. In , Samantha Cameron chose one of Flynn’s works, titled ‘Twenty-first Century City’, for her husband to present to the US presidential couple Barack and Michele Obama on his first trip to the White House as prime minister. The artist reportedly became such a fan of Cameron that he tattooed ‘Vote Conservative’ on his leg. He later changed it to ‘Don’t Vote Conservative’.

Earlier this month, Flynn unveiled a mural in London responding to knife crime in the UK capital. He painted the words ‘Peace is Possible’ on the wall of Shoreditch House, a private members club. Flynn said that his work was ‘a reminder to both Londoners and visitors of the need to peacefully coexist in the capital.’

Sours: https://www.frieze.com/article/celebrated-street-artist-ben-eine-charged-assault
  1. Bright mls
  2. Rope twist near me
  3. Launchpad coupon code
  4. Drama movies 2000

Ben Eine

Ben Eine net worth, birthday, age, height, weight, wiki, fact ! In this article, we will discover how old is Ben Eine? Who is Ben Eine dating now & how much money does Ben Eine have?

SHORT PROFILE
FatherNot Available
MotherNot Available
SiblingsNot Available
SpouseNot Known
Children(s)Not Available

Ben Eine Biography

Ben Eine is a famous Artist, who was born on August 23, in United Kingdom. According to Astrologers, Ben Eine's zodiac sign is Leo.

Benjamin Flynn (born 23 August ), known professionally as Eine, is an English artist based in London.

“We Like Printing”, Artomatic, London [UK]

Ethnicity, religion & political views

Many peoples want to know what is Ben Eine ethnicity, nationality, Ancestry& Race? Let's check it out! As per public resource, IMDb & Wikipedia, Ben Eine's ethnicity is Not Known. We will update Ben Eine's religion & political views in this article. Please check the article again after few days.

“We Like Printing”, Alife, NYC [USA]

Ben Eine Net Worth

Ben Eine is one of the richest Artist & listed on most popular Artist. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Ben Eine net worth is approximately $ Million.

Ben Eine Net Worth & Salary
Net Worth$ Million
SalaryUnder Review
Source of IncomeArtist
CarsNot Available
HouseLiving in own house.

“We Like Printing”, Alife, NYC [USA]

“Banksy vs Eine”, Gallery V1, Copenhagen [DK]

Ben Eine Height

Ben Eine's height Not available right now. weight Not Known & body measurements will update soon.

Ben Eine Height & Body Stats
HeightUnknown
WeightNot Known
Body MeasurementsUnder Review
Eye ColorNot Available
Hair ColorNot Available
Feet/Shoe SizeNot Available

“Santa&#;s Ghetto”, Oxford Street, London [UK]

Who is Ben Eine dating?

According to our records, Ben Eine is possibily single & has not been previously engaged. As of June , Ben Eine’s is not dating anyone.

Relationships Record: We have no records of past relationshipsfor Ben Eine. You may help us to build the dating records for Ben Eine!

“UK Jack OK”, Colette, Paris [FR]

Facts & Trivia

Ranked on the list of most popular Artist. Also ranked in the elit list of famous celebrity born in United Kingdom. Ben Eine celebrates birthday on August 23 of every year.

“Santa&#;s Ghetto”, Oxford Street, London [UK]

“Santa&#;s Ghetto”, Oxford Street, London [UK]

Portobello Film Festival, Westbourne Studios, London [UK]

“Eleven”, Leonard Street Gallery, London [UK]

You may read full biography about Ben Eine from Wikipedia.
Sours: https://allfamousbirthday.com/ben-eine/
ARTRIUM artists: Ben Eine

Learn about Ben Eine Net Worth, Biography, Age, Birthday, Height, Early Life, Family, Dating, Partner, Wiki, and Facts.

Who is Ben Eine:

Ben Eine is a famous British graffiti artist. He was born on August 23, and his birthplace is England.

On Buzzlearn.com, Ben is listed as a successful Artist who was born in the year of He is also ranked in the richest person list from England. His first name is &#;Ben&#; and his last name is &#;Eine&#;.

Biography:

Bio / Wiki
Full NameBen Eine
OccupationArtist
Age51
Date of BirthAugust 23,
Place of BirthEngland
Star SignLeo
CountryEngland
GenderMale

Birthday, Age & Zodiac Sign:

Ben Eine&#;s birthday is on Aug and was born on Sunday. He is 51 years old. Ben sun sign is Leo and his birth flower is Gladiolus &#; Poppy.

BirthdateAug
Day of BirthSunday
Year of Birth
Birth SignLeo
Birth Sign DualityAssertive
Birth Sign Modality & ElementFixed Fire
Opposite SignAquarius

Height, Weight & Physical Stats:

Body measurements informations are given below:

HeightN/A
WeightN/A
BustN/A
WaistN/A
HipN/A
Hair ColorN/A
Eye ColorN/A
Shoe SizeN/A

Early Life and Family:

Family Information
Parents NameNot known
Spouse NameNot known
Children NameUnknown
Number of Children(s)Not available
Partner NameN/A
Relative(s) NameN/A

Education:

EducationN/A
Alma materN/A
UniversityN/A
CollegeN/A
High SchoolN/A
SchoolN/A

Ben Eine Net Worth:

Ben Eine&#;s net worth or net income is estimated to be $1 million &#; $6 million dollars. He has made such an amount of wealth from his primary career as a Artist.

Net Worth$1 million &#; $6 million
Annual SalaryUnder review
Source of IncomeArtist
Verification Status of WealthNot verified

Dead or Alive?

According to our database, Ben Eine is still alive.

Quick Facts:

Here are some interesting facts about Ben Eine:

* He is originated from England.

* His Star sign is Leo and zodiac sign element is Fire.

* His duality is Assertive and opposite sun sign is Aquarius.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs):


Reference: Wiki and Newspapers.

Categories ArtistTags , Aug, August, England, LeoSours: https://buzzlearn.com/ben-eine/

Worth net ben eine

Ben Eine

English artist

Ben Eine

Ben Eine at work jpg

Ben Eine at work in London EC2A,

Born

Benjamin Flynn


() August 23, (age&#;51)

London

NationalityBritish
Websitebeneine.co.uk

Benjamin Flynn[1] (born 23 August in London[2]), known professionally as Eine, is an English artist based in London.

Life and career[edit]

Eine became known for his alphabet lettering on shop shutters.[3] Some of these letters have been mapped for ease of finding.[4] He has also taken his lettering to the streets of Paris, Stockholm, Hastings and Newcastle upon Tyne.[5]

Eine first started to explore more commercial avenues in a workshop above the Dragon Bar in Leonard Street, London (since demolished). Eine produced a number of custom clothing designs notably some custom "VANDALS" sweatshirts and started to explore screen prints, eventually founding the cult screen print company Pictures On Walls (POW) with Banksy. Eine produced many of the hand pulled prints for artists represented by POW including Jamie Hewlett, Mode2, Modern Toss and David Shrigley. His natural talent for colour combinations meant that he was able to enhance the work supplied by the artists. He left this position to continue to pursue his own solo career in

At this time Eine contributed to sticker graffiti and was prolific in East London with his neon and black EINE stickers (multiple EINE names).

Eine first came to prominence in the "commercial" graffiti scene through his symbiotic partnership with the London graffiti artist Banksy; through Eine, Banksy was able to access the underground scene and through Banksy Eine accessed the commercial world.

In his commercial work he has produced numerous lettering styles including Shutter, NewCircus, Neon, Elton, Vandal Tenderloin and Wendy.

In , the Tower Hamlets Partnership began to survey residents of Brick Lane to ask whether they considered his graffiti offensive and should be removed.[6] The result was that the council treated graffiti as vandalism.[7] The Council has since revised the policy on graffiti, aiming to keep street art that is popular and unoffensive because it attracts tourism.[8]

In May Ben Eine painted a complete alphabet on Middlesex Street in East London. The shutters and murals on which he painted his colours and typography can be seen in London's Shoreditch, Brick Lane and Broadway Market areas.[9] Middlesex Street was re-christened Alphabet Street by the residents and described by The Times as "a street now internationally recognized as a living piece of art with direct links to The White House".

In July , President Barack Obama was presented with a painting by Eine, Twenty First Century City, as an official gift from the British prime minister, David Cameron.[10] Eine was so surprised that he subsequently created "The Strangest Week", an artwork of giant letters made out of "smileys" along Hackney Road.[11]

Eine's solo show (March ) at White Walls gallery in San Francisco sold out prior to opening. He was also included in the biggest exhibition of street art to date "Art in the Streets" at MOCA, Los Angeles, in April

Eine's work was featured at Art Below's The Peace Project.[12] His work at the show contained his graffiti typography. One of his pieces that simply spelled out the word love titled "Circus Love" was displayed at Regent's Park. This had previously being featured in Art Below's July show where it was placed on the wall of Oxford Circus tube station on the Central Line.[13] Eine joined a growing list of street artists who have exhibited with Art Below such as Banksy, Inkie, Mike Ballard and Goldie.

In , the typographer Chank Diesel released Tenderloin, a free font designed in collaboration with Eine.[14]

In , Edition House and Gallery Nelly Duff released "Tenderloin A-Z", a colour silkscreen based on the Tenderloin font.

In Ben Eine designed a pod for the London Eye's 20th anniversary [15]

In January , Central Saint Martins college named a class room after Ben Eine.[citation needed]

Charitable work[edit]

Throughout Eine's career, he has made numerous charitable contributions, including donations to Shelter and War Child through sales at Christie's auction house.[16]

Eine joined efforts towards raising awareness and support around mental health with the Movember Foundation and Sotheby’s Charity Auction,[17] who launched a sale of ten dynamic new works from acclaimed street artists across the globe. Spearheaded by the artist D*Face, the initiative included original pieces from Felipe Pantone, Shepard Fairey, Jonathan Yeo, Invader, Okuda, Alexis Diaz, Conor Harrington and Vhils. Collectively, "each artist created an agenda-setting piece motivated by, and aimed at nurturing, open conversations surrounding men’s mental health and suicide prevention".[citation needed]

Eine also campaigned for an end to knife crime violence with street art pieces including "Peace Is Possible"[18] and "Stop Knife Crime".[19]

Eine has also created works to support human rights, such as his "Brave" piece,[20] and chosen to participate in exhibitions, like MACAM’s Wall of Contemplation,[21] which celebrated the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

Youth empowerment and development has also been an issue Eine ha contributed towards by participating in projects such as Youth Unity Day,[22] to inspire positivity and draw young people away from violence.

In , Eine was invited by Amnesty International to design its 50th anniversary poster, joining other artists such as Picasso and Joan Miró in supporting the charity through art.

Other endeavours[edit]

In January , Eine launched the first collection for his clothing company EINE London,[23] at London Fashion Week: Men's.

In August , Eine launched his creative studio OurTypes.[24] To celebrate the launch of OurTypes he painted every letter of the alphabet on shutters in East London.[25] OurTypes is a multidisciplinary creative studio focused on words. It collaborates with other artists on font releases and global brands on commercial projects. In August , OurTypes launched Eine's most notorious typeface, New Circus font, for personal use.

Eine in popular culture[edit]

In January , Eine was featured in an article in London's Time Out magazine as one of the six best new street artists working in the capital.[26]

There is a chapter on Eine in Street Renegades: New Underground Art[27] by Francesca Gavin and he is also featured in The Art Of Rebellion 2: World Of Urban Art Activism[28] by Christian Hundertmark, and he was featured in Sebastian Peiter's documentary Guerilla Art.[29]

Eine's lettering is often used in magazines and promotional material. His work was used prominently by the pop group Alphabeat and in Duffy's music video for "Stepping Stone" and also, briefly, in Snow Patrol's video for "Take Back the City". Eine’s work can also be seen in the streets of the video game Grand Theft Auto.

Assault Conviction[edit]

On July 10, , Eine plead guilty to assault by beating and criminal damage as a result of an incident occurring on June 6, at a private view of the artist Tomma Abts' exhibition at the Serpentine Sackler Gallery.[30] Testimony provided during the July 10, court hearing indicated that Eine physically assaulted his girlfriend in response to her accusation of cheating that arose during their attendance at the exhibition.[2] As per the testimony of the victim, "He punched me in the face … in the mouth with a clenched fist, with some force. I was bleeding from the mouth."[2]

Exhibitions[edit]

Solo shows[edit]

"Everything Starts Somewhere", Bruton Art Factory, Bruton (UK)[31]

"Everything Starts Somewhere", Stolen Space Gallery, London (UK)[32]

"Home Sweet Homeless", Jealous Gallery, London (UK)[33]

"STREET ART", Heather James Fine Art, Palm Desert (USA)

"Your Not My Type", StolenSpace Gallery, London (UK)[34]

"HEARTFELT", Judith Charles Gallery, New York (USA)[35]

"INNOCENCE", Corey Helford Gallery, Los Angeles (USA)[36]

"OUCH", Project One Gallery, San Francisco (USA]

"COLOR OR COLOUR", Charles Bank Gallery, New York (USA)[37]

"Love/Hate", Megumi Ogita Gallery, Tokyo (Japan)[38]

"GREATEST", White Walls, San Francisco (USA)[39]

"EINE World Record Attempt Show", Nelly Duff, London (UK)[40]

"The A-Z of Change", Carmichael Gallery, Los Angeles (USA)[41]

"When The Lights Go Out" – Andenken Gallery, Denver, (USA)[42]

Vandalism – Kemistry Gallery, London, (UK)

Portobello Film Festival – Westbourne Studios, London, (UK)

Group shows[edit]

"Wall Of Contemplation", MACAM, Byblos (Lebanon)[43]

"20 Years Smiling With Friends", Stolen Space Gallery, London (UK)[44]

"Random Acts of Kindness", Semi Skimmed Gallery, London (UK)

"XYZ", GoGallery, Amsterdam (Netherlands)[45][46]

"Lucky 13 Anniversary Show Pt. 1: Fine Art of Street & Graffiti", Corey Helford Gallery, Los Angeles (USA)[47]

“ALL CAPS”, LCD Gallery, Houston [USA] [48]

"Crossover", Galerie Kronsbein, Munich (Germany)[49]

"For All Mankind", Attollo Art, London (UK)

"Emerging to Established", Krause Gallery, New York (USA)[50]

"Transcript", Charlie Smith London, London (UK)[51]

"Opening", Urban Nation Museum, Berlin (Germany)[52]

"In Memoriam Francesca Lowe", Charlie Smith London, London (UK)[53]

"Urban Art Preview", Galerie Kronsbein, Munich (Germany)[49]

"Uplift", Black Book Gallery, Englewood (USA)[54]

"MUCA COLLECTION", MUCA, Munich (Germany)

"Spectrum", StolenSpace Gallery, London (UK)

"Amazing Summer", MUCA, Munich (Germany)

"M/5", Urban Nation Museum, Berlin (Germany)[55]

"The Wooster Collective 10th Anniversary Show", Jonathan LeVine Gallery, Jersey City (USA)[56]

"Winter Group Show", White Walls Gallery, San Francisco (USA)

"Love & Hate", Stolen Space Gallery, London (UK)

"Street Art: from the Victoria and Albert Museum, London and Libya", Dar Al Fagi Hassan Art Gallery, Tripoli (Libya)[57]

"Unfair: Part 1", Whisper Gallery, London (UK)

"MTV: RE:DEFINE", Goss-Michael Foundation, Dallas (USA)[58]

"Art in the Streets", Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), Los Angeles (USA)[59]

"Gossip Well Told", Moniker, London (UK)[60]

"Zero-Sixty" Corey Helford Gallery, Los Angeles (USA)[61]

"Street Art – Meanwhile in deepest East Anglia, thunderbirds were go", Von Der Heydt Museum, Wuppertal (Germany)[62]

"The Beer Mat Show", Cedar Lewisohn, London (UK)

"Faces", Electric Blue Gallery, London (UK)

"Corked", Cork Street Gallery, London (UK)

"4 Geezers", Ad Hoc Art, New York (The London Police, Flying Fortress, Pez and Eine) (USA)[63]

"Urban Art" Weserburg Museum of Modern Art, Bremen (Germany)

"Make Over", Stella Dore Gallery, London, (UK)[64]

"Cans Festival", Leake Street, London, (UK)[65]

"Stella Dore" Sebastian Guinness Gallery, Dublin (Ireland)

"Santa's Ghetto", West Bank, Bethlehem (Israel)

"For Life, Not Just For Christmas" Open Studio Spaces, London (UK)[66]

"Urban Sprawl", Leonard Street Gallery, London (UK)

"Eleven", Leonard Street Gallery, London (UK)[67]

"Santa's Ghetto", Oxford Street, London (UK)

"UK Jack OK", Colette, Paris (France)[68]

"Santa's Ghetto", Oxford Street, London (UK)

"POW Group Show", Allmänna Galleriet, Stockholm (Sweden)

"Santa's Ghetto", Oxford Street, London (UK)

"Banksy vs Eine", Gallery V1, Copenhagen (Denmark)[69]

"We Like Printing", Alife, New York (USA)

"We Like Printing", Artomatic, London (UK)

Art fairs and festivals[edit]

Youth Unity Day, London (UK)[70]

Art Car Boot Fair, London (UK)[71]

Nuart, Aberdeen (UK)[72]

SCOPE New York, Corey Helford Gallery, New York (USA)[73]

Manchester Art Fair, Leon Martyn, Manchester (UK)[74]

Beyond The Streets, Los Angeles (USA)[75]

Mural Festival, Montreal (Canada)[76]

CONTEXT Art Miami, Black Book Gallery, Miami (USA)[77]

Moniker Art Fair, Landmark Street Art, London (UK)

Moniker International Art Fair Brooklyn, Spoke Art, New York (USA)[78]

CONTEXT Art Miami, Black Book Gallery, Miami (USA)[79]

Art Miami, Vroom & Varossieau, Miami (USA)

London Art Fair, Jealous Gallery, London (UK)[80]

CONTEXT Art Miami, Black Book Gallery, Miami (USA)[81]

London Original Print Fair, Jealous Gallery, London (UK)

ARTMUC, MUCA, Munich (Germany)

SCOPE New York, Corey Helford Gallery, New York (USA)

SCOPE Miami, White Walls, Miami (USA)

Outpost, Paste Modernism 3, Sydney (Australia)

Portobello Film Festival, Westbourne Studios, London (UK)

Nuart, Stavanger (Norway)

Talks and juries[edit]

"Contemporary Art by Ben Eine", Pixel Show, Sao Paulo (Brazil)[82]

"The Written Word", The British Library, London (UK)

"Inspiring City" Art Republic , Brighton (uk)[83]

"Saving Banksy", Talk & Documentary Review at Soho house, Amsterdam (Netherlands)

"From Vandalism to Fine Art" TEDx Talk, University of East Anglia, Norwich (UK)[84]

Films and documentaries[edit]

"Rom Boys", documentary[85]

"X Art", documentary[86]

"Saving Banksy", documentary

"Art Battle L.A." documentary[87]

"Graffiti Wars", documentary[88]

"Outside In: The Story of Art in the Streets", documentary[89]

Radio appearances and podcasts[edit]

Killa Kela[90]

Mizog Art[91]

Art Republic[83]

Radio National Australia[92]

Bench Talk 91[93]

BBC Radio[94]

TikiChrisTalks[95]

Berlin Community Radio[96]

Vantage Point Radio[97]

Mike Maxwell[98]

References[edit]

  1. ^"Interview: 'Eine' and the letters he paints on east London shop shutters". I Shot The Deputy newsletter. Archived from the original on 14 October Retrieved 6 June
  2. ^ abcKirk, Tristan (11 July ). "Street artist punched girlfriend at gallery after cheating claims". www.standard.co.uk. Retrieved 22 February
  3. ^Carter, Imogen (27 June ). "Ben Eine's alphabet street". The Guardian. London.
  4. ^"Map of EINE letters". Google Maps.
  5. ^"Eine: Typographic Vandal". Creative Review.
  6. ^"Tower Hamlets Polling The Public On Their Opinions On Street Art". Wooster Collective.
  7. ^Banksy works to be painted over. Tower Hamlets policy on the BBC News website
  8. ^Removing blight and protecting street art. Tower Hamlets policy in
  9. ^Carter, Imogine (26 June ). "Ben Eine's alphabet street". The Guardian. Retrieved 11 December
  10. ^"David Cameron presents Barack Obama with graffiti art". BBC News. 21 July
    - "A painting for the President". BBC News. 21 July
    - Henley, Jon (21 July ). "Ben Eine: the street artist who's made it to the White House". The Guardian. London.
  11. ^"Ben Eine: the art of the States", Hackney Citizen 3 August
  12. ^http://www.designweek.co.uk/whats-on/the-peace-project/article[dead link]
  13. ^"ArtBelow". Art Below website. Retrieved 12 December
  14. ^Griffin, James (28 June ). "Ben Eine and Chank Create Tenderloin Free Font". Bonafide. Retrieved 11 December
  15. ^Limited, Alamy. "Stock Photo – A street art wrapped pod by Ben Eine is seen as the London Eye marks its 20th anniversary with themed pods, including capsules with modern street art, pub facilities and a west". Alamy. Retrieved 26 September
  16. ^"Street Artist Ben Eine Donates Work to War Child Charity for Auction at Christie's", Hang-Up Gallery, 19 August
    - Mike Brooke, "Street artist Ben Eine raises ‘unexpected’ cash for Shelter homeless charity", East London Advertiser, 31 August
  17. ^"D*Face, Ben Eine, Felipe Pantone & More Leading Artists Unite For Men's Mental Health". HYPEBEAST. Retrieved 20 July
  18. ^"Ben Eines poignant London mural is remembering the victims of knife crime". Big Issue. 20 July
  19. ^"Street artist Ben Eine unveils striking giant mural in tribute to victims of knife crime". Creative Boom. 20 November Retrieved 20 July
    - November
  20. ^"Ben Eine unveils street art for human rights campaigners". The Big Issue. 18 May Retrieved 20 July
  21. ^"Wall of Contemplation". MACAM. Retrieved 20 July
  22. ^Acton, Luke. "Hundreds search out music, sport and positivity in first Dagenham Youth Unity Day". Barking and Dagenham Post. Retrieved 20 July
  23. ^"EINE London". EINE London.
  24. ^"Ben Eine on his new creative studio and what it feels like to be a 'celebrated street artist' after three decades in the making". Creative Boom. 31 July Retrieved 2 October
  25. ^"The Full English Alphabet Painted on Store Shutters in 26 Different Fonts by Ben Eine". Creative Boom. 31 July Retrieved 2 October
  26. ^"London's New Street Artists". Time Out. Archived from the original on 1 February Retrieved 31 January
  27. ^Gavin, Francesca (). Street Renegades: New Underground Art. Laurence King. ISBN&#;.
  28. ^Hundertmark, Christian (). The Art Of Rebellion 2: World of Urban Art Activism. Gingko Press. ISBN&#;.
  29. ^"Sebastian Peiter's documentary 'Guerilla Art'". Babelgum. Archived from the original on 25 July
  30. ^"Street Artist, Whose Work David Cameron Gifted to Barack Obama, Convicted of Assault | Frieze". Frieze. 19 July Retrieved 22 February
  31. ^"Bruton Art Factory on Instagram: "We are proud to announce Legendary Street Artist BEN EINE opens his solo show EVERYTHING STARTS SOMEWHERE at Bruton Art Factory on Friday 7…"". Instagram. Retrieved 8 July
  32. ^"Ben Eine: Everything Starts Somewhere". StolenSpace Gallery. Retrieved 8 July
  33. ^"'Home Sweet Homeless' – Ben Eine Exhibition". Jealous Gallery. Retrieved 8 July
  34. ^"Ben Eine: Your Not My Type". StolenSpace Gallery. Retrieved 8 July
  35. ^"Ben Eine "Heartfelt" @ Judith Charles Gallery, NYC". Juxtapoz. Retrieved 8 July
  36. ^"EINE "Innocence" Exhibition @ Corey Helford Gallery Recap". HYPEBEAST. Retrieved 8 July
  37. ^"Openings: "Color or Colour" @ Charles Bank Gallery «&#;Arrested Motion". ArrestedMotion. Retrieved 8 July
  38. ^"Eine "Love And Hate" New Solo Show Tokyo, Japan August 19th". StreetArtNews. 16 August Retrieved 8 July
  39. ^EINE GREATEST Show at "White Walls". March 12 – April 2,
  40. ^EINE World Record Attempt Show at "Nelly Duff"Archived 17 November at the Wayback Machine Retrieved 7 October
  41. ^"EINE – THE A-Z OF CHANGE @ CARMICHAEL GALLERY LA – OPENING". Guillotine (in French). 10 July Retrieved 8 July
  42. ^"Ben Eine at Andenken". Denver Arts. Retrieved 8 July
  43. ^"Wall of Contemplation". MACAM. Retrieved 8 July
  44. ^"PEZ: 20 YEARS SMILING WITH FRIENDS". StolenSpace Gallery. Retrieved 8 July
  45. ^"XYZ: A Group Show Curated by Chinny Bond". Street Art Today. 19 March Retrieved 8 July
  46. ^"Go Gallery presents: XYZ". GO Gallery. 30 March Retrieved 8 July
  47. ^"Corey Helford Gallery – Shows – Show Detail". Corey Helford Gallery.com. Retrieved 8 July
  48. ^"Current". LCD Gallery. Retrieved 8 July
  49. ^ ab"Galerie Kronsbein". Galerie Kronsbein. Retrieved 8 July
  50. ^"Emerging to Established – An Annual Survey of New Names in Contemporary Art at Krause Gallery". Widewalls. Retrieved 8 July
  51. ^"Transcript". Charlie Smith London. Retrieved 8 July
  52. ^"GRAND OPENING – Urban Nation". Urban Nation. Retrieved 8 July
  53. ^"In Memoriam Francesca Lowe | ". Charlie Smith London. Retrieved 8 July
  54. ^"Ben Eine". Black Book Gallery. Retrieved 8 July
    - "Uplift". Black Book Gallery. Retrieved 8 July
  55. ^"URBAN NATION PRESENTS PROJECT M/5". Urban Nation. 4 September Retrieved 8 July
  56. ^"Street Artists Cover Brooklyn with Murals for the "10 Years of Wooster Collective" Show". Complex. Retrieved 8 July
  57. ^"Treasure trails: how museums became diplomatic fixers". New Statesman. 16 October Retrieved 8 July
  58. ^"MTV RE:DEFINE ". The Future Tense. Retrieved 8 July
  59. ^"Art in the Streets". The Museum of Contemporary Art. Retrieved 8 July
  60. ^"Moniker Projects Presents: "Gossip Well Told" (London, UK)". Retrieved 8 July
  61. ^"Sixty Doses of Corey Helford for the Art Geek | Dishing up visionary Italian style – without the cheese". Ganzo. Retrieved 8 July
  62. ^"Showing: "Street Art – Meanwhile in deepest East Anglia, thunderbirds were go . . . ." @ Von Der Heydt Museum (Germany)". Arrested Motion. Retrieved 8 July
  63. ^"4 Geezers at Ad Hoc". Retrieved 8 July
  64. ^"Stella Dore group show 'Make Over'". UK Street Art. 16 November Retrieved 8 July
  65. ^Arches, Leake Street. "A Brief Intro to… The Cans Festival – Leake Street Arches". Retrieved 8 July
  66. ^"OPEN STUDIO". www.pureevilclothing.com. Retrieved 8 July
  67. ^"Beautiful vandalism: Eleven – Leonard Street Gallery 8/3/07". Retrieved 8 July
  68. ^"'UK JACK OK!', Paris, London & Tokyo". The Caravan Gallery. Retrieved 8 July
  69. ^"Banksy Vs. Eine". V1 Gallery. Retrieved 8 July
  70. ^Acton, Luke (24 June ). "Hundreds search out music, sport and positivity in first Dagenham Youth Unity Day". Barking and Dagenham Post. Retrieved 8 July
  71. ^"Art Car Boot Fair Returns For A Summer Of Love". Artlyst. Retrieved 8 July
  72. ^Labs, Studio Bergini-Tortuga. "BEN EINE (UK)". Nuart Aberdeen . Retrieved 8 July
  73. ^"Corey Helford Gallery At SCOPE New York (March 7–10)". CHUMMY. Retrieved 8 July
  74. ^"Internationally Renowned Street Artist Ben Eine Chooses Cult Classic Film Name For Major Mural In Manchester". Manchester Art Fair . Retrieved 8 July
  75. ^Berry, Peter A. "Beyond the Streets to Explore Graffiti and Street Art as Touring – XXL". XXL Mag. Retrieved 8 July
  76. ^Art-hound (3 July ). "Mural Festival ". Wall2Wall Montreal. Retrieved 8 July
  77. ^"CONTEXT Art Miami – Black Book Gallery". Retrieved 8 July
  78. ^"Spoke Art at Moniker Art Fair Brooklyn!". Spoke Art. Retrieved 8 July
  79. ^"CONTEXT Art Miami – Black Book Gallery". Retrieved 8 July
  80. ^"Jealous Gallery". London Art Fair. Retrieved 8 July
  81. ^"CONTEXT Art Miami – Black Book Gallery". Retrieved 8 July
  82. ^"Agenda Completa". PixelShow. Retrieved 9 July
  83. ^ ab"Artrepublic". Art Republic (blog). 1 May Retrieved 20 July
  84. ^TEDx Talks (23 March ), From vandalism to fine art | Ben Eine | TEDxUniversityofEastAnglia, retrieved 9 July
  85. ^"Rom Boys | 40 Years of Rad". Rom Boys. 26 June Retrieved 9 July
  86. ^"Xart the Movie". Xartthemovie. Retrieved 9 July
  87. ^Art Battle L.A., retrieved 9 July
  88. ^"Robbo Vs Banksy "Graffiti Wars" Full Length Video". StreetArtNews. 15 August Retrieved 9 July
  89. ^"Outside In: The Story of Art in the Streets", IMDb, retrieved 9 July
  90. ^"With EINE TPG (Graffiti Week Special)", Spotify, retrieved 20 July
  91. ^"Ep Ben Eine – Mizog Art Podcast". acast. Retrieved 20 July
  92. ^"Street art by Ben Eine". Radio National. 4 February Retrieved 20 July
  93. ^Bench Talk 91 – Ben Eine, retrieved 20 July
  94. ^"BBC Radio 5 live – Headliners, Ben Eine & Laurence Fox". BBC. Retrieved 20 July
  95. ^tikichris (26 October ). "Eine: Everything Starts Somewhere". Tikichris. Retrieved 20 July
  96. ^Radio, Berlin Community. "VantagePoint – w/ Ben EINE". Mixcloud. Retrieved 20 July
  97. ^"EPISODE – BEN EINE". VANTAGE POINT RADIO. Retrieved 20 July
  98. ^Ma, Live Free Podcast with Mike. "Live Free 33 w/Ben Eine". Mixcloud. Retrieved 20 July

External links[edit]

Wikimedia Commons has media related to Ben Eine.
Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ben_Eine
Ben Eine - Hell is a City Graffiti Mural

Age, Biography and Wiki

Ben Eine was born on 23 August, in London, United Kingdom. Discover Ben Eine's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 50 years old?

Popular AsN/A
OccupationN/A
Age51 years old
Zodiac SignLeo
Born23 August
Birthday23 August
BirthplaceLondon, United Kingdom
NationalityUnited Kingdom

We recommend you to check the complete list of Famous People born on 23 August. He is a member of famous with the age 51 years old group.

Ben Eine Height, Weight & Measurements

At 51 years old, Ben Eine height not available right now. We will update Ben Eine's Height, weight, Body Measurements, Eye Color, Hair Color, Shoe & Dress size soon as possible.

Physical Status
HeightNot Available
WeightNot Available
Body MeasurementsNot Available
Eye ColorNot Available
Hair ColorNot Available

Dating & Relationship status

He is currently single. He is not dating anyone. We don't have much information about He's past relationship and any previous engaged. According to our Database, He has no children.

Family
ParentsNot Available
WifeNot Available
SiblingNot Available
ChildrenNot Available

Ben Eine Net Worth

His net worth has been growing significantly in So, how much is Ben Eine worth at the age of 51 years old? Ben Eine’s income source is mostly from being a successful . He is from United Kingdom. We have estimated Ben Eine's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in $1 Million - $5 Million
Salary in Under Review
Net Worth in Pending
Salary in Under Review
HouseNot Available
CarsNot Available
Source of Income

Ben Eine Social Network

Timeline

In January Central St Martins University named a class room after Ben Eine.

Eine joined efforts towards raising awareness and support around Mental Health with the Movember Foundation & Sotheby&#x;s Charity Auction, who launched a sale of ten dynamic new works from acclaimed street artists across the globe. Spearheaded by artist D*Face, the initiative included original pieces from Felipe Pantone, Shepard Fairey, Jonathan Yeo, Invader, Okuda, Alexis Diaz, Conor Harrington, Vhils and of course Eine. Collectively, each artist created an agenda-setting piece motivated by, and aimed at nurturing, open conversations surrounding men&#x;s mental health and suicide prevention,

Eine has also created works to support human rights, such as his Brave piece, and chosen to participate in exhibitions, like MACAM&#x;s Wall of Contemplation, which celebrated the 70th anniversary of the universal declaration of Human Rights.

In August Ben Eine launched his creative studio OurTypes. To celebrate the launch of OurTypes he painted every letter of the alphabet on shutters in East London. OurTypes is a multidisciplinary creative studio focused on words. OurTypes collaborates with other artists on font releases and global brands on commercial projects. In august OurTypes launched Ben&#x;s most notorious typeface, New Circus font for personal use.

Eine's lettering is often featured in magazines and promotional material. His work was used prominently by pop group Alphabeat and features in Duffy's music video for "Stepping Stone" and also, briefly, in Snow Patrol's video for "Take Back the City". Eine&#x;s work can also be seen in the streets of the video game Grand Theft Auto (GTA).

Wall Of Contemplation , MACAM, Byblos [LB]

20 Years Smiling With Friends , Stolen Space Gallery, London [UK]

Random Acts of Kindness , Semi Skimmed Gallery, London [UK]

XYZ , GoGallery, Amsterdam [NL]

Lucky 13 Anniversary Show Pt. 1: Fine Art of Street & Graffiti , Corey Helford Gallery, Los Angeles [USA]

SCOPE New York, Corey Helford Gallery, NYC [USA]

Contemporary Art by Ben Eine , Pixel Show, Sao Paulo [BR]

The Written Word , The British Library, London [UK]

Inspiring City Art Republic , Brighton [UK]

On 10 July Eine pleaded guilty to assault by beating and criminal damage, as a result of an incident occurring on 6 June at a private view of the artist Tomma Abts' exhibition at the Serpentine Sackler Gallery. Testimony provided during the 10 July court hearing indicated that Eine physically assaulted his girlfriend in response to her accusation of cheating, that arose during their attendance at the exhibition. As per the testimony of the victim, "He punched me in the face &#x; in the mouth with a clenched fist, with some force. I was bleeding from the mouth."

In January , Ben Eine launched the debut collection for his clothing company EINE London, at London Fashion Week: Men's.

Everything Starts Somewhere , Bruton Art Factory, Bruton [UK]

Everything Starts Somewhere , Stolen Space Gallery, London [UK]

ALL CAPS , LCD Gallery, Houston [USA]

Crossover , Galerie Kronsbein, Munich [DE]

For All Mankind , Attollo Art, London [UK]

Emerging to Established , Krause Gallery, NYC [USA]

Transcript , Charlie Smith London, London [UK]

Opening , Urban Nation Museum, Berlin [DE]

Manchester Art Fair, Leon Martyn, Manchester [UK]

CONTEXT Art Miami, Black Book Gallery, Miami [USA]

Moniker Art Fair, Landmark Street Art, London [UK]

Moniker International Art Fair Brooklyn, Spoke Art, NYC [USA]

Saving Banksy , Talk & Documentary Review at Soho house, Amsterdam [NL]

From Vandalism to Fine Art TEDx Talk, University of East Anglia, Norwich [UK]

Home Sweet Homeless , Jealous Gallery, London [UK]

STREET ART , Heather James Fine Art, Palm Desert [USA]

In Memoriam Francesca Lowe , Charlie Smith London, London [UK]

CONTEXT Art Miami, Black Book Gallery, Miami [USA]

Art Miami, Vroom & Varossieau, Miami [USA]

London Art Fair, Jealous Gallery, London [UK]

Urban Art Preview , Galerie Kronsbein, Munich [DE]

Uplift , Black Book Gallery, Englewood [USA]

CONTEXT Art Miami, Black Book Gallery, Miami [USA]

London Original Print Fair, Jealous Gallery, London [UK]

Your Not My Type , StolenSpace Gallery, London [UK]

MUCA COLLECTION , MUCA, Munich [DE]

HEARTFELT , Judith Charles Gallery, NYC [USA]

Spectrum , StolenSpace Gallery, London [UK]

Amazing Summer , MUCA, Munich [DE]

M/5 , Urban Nation Museum, Berlin [DE]

In , edition house and gallery Nelly Duff released "Tenderloin A-Z", a color silkscreen based on the Tenderloin font.

INNOCENCE , Corey Helford Gallery, Los Angeles [USA]

OUCH , Project One Gallery, San Francisco [USA]

The Wooster Collective 10th Anniversary Show , Jonathan Levine Gallery, Jersey City [USA]

Eine's work was featured at Art Below's The Peace Project. His work at the show contained his graffiti typography. One of his pieces that simply spelled out the word love titled 'Circus Love' was displayed at Regent's Park this had previously being featured in Art Below's July show where it was placed on the wall of the Central line at Oxford Circus. Where Eine joined a growing list of Street Artists who have exhibited with Art Below such as Banksy, Inkie, Mike Ballard, and Goldie.

In , typographer Chank Diesel released Tenderloin, a free font designed in collaboration with Eine.

COLOR OR COLOUR , Charles Bank Gallery, NYC [USA]

Winter Group Show , White Walls Gallery, San Francisco [USA]

Love & Hate , Stolen Space Gallery, London [UK]

Street Art: from the Victoria and Albert Museum, London and Libya , Dar Al Fagi Hassan Art Gallery, Tripoli [LY]

SCOPE New York, Corey Helford Gallery, NYC [USA]

Art Battle L.A. Documentary

EINE's solo show (March ) at White Walls gallery in San Francisco sold out prior to opening. He was also included in the biggest exhibition of street art to date Art in the Streets at MOCA, Los Angeles (April ).

In Eine was invited by Amnesty International to design their 50th anniversary poster, joining other artists such as Picasso and Miro in supporting the charity through art.

Love/Hate , Megumi Ogita Gallery, Tokyo [JP]

GREATEST , White Walls, San Francisco [USA]

Unfair: Part 1 , Whisper Gallery, London [UK]

MTV: RE:DEFINE , Goss-Michael Foundation, Dallas [USA]

Art in the Streets , Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), Los Angeles [USA]

Gossip Well Told , Moniker, London [UK]

Zero-Sixty Corey Helford Gallery, Los Angeles [USA]

Street Art - Meanwhile in deepest East Anglia, thunderbirds were go , Von Der Heydt Museum, Wuppertal [DE]

The Beer Mat Show , Cedar Lewisohn, London [UK]

Outside In: The Story of Art in the Streets , Documentary

In May Ben Eine painted a complete alphabet on Middlesex Street in East London. The shutters and murals on which he painted his colours and typography can be seen in London's Shoreditch, Brick Lane and Broadway Market areas. Middlesex Street was re-christened Alphabet Street by the residents and described by The Times as a street now internationally recognized as a living piece of art with direct links to The White House.

In July , President Barack Obama was presented with a painting by Eine, Twenty First Century City, as an official gift from the British Prime Minister, David Cameron.. Eine was so surprised that he subsequently created "The Strangest Week", an artwork of giant letters made out of smileys along Hackney Road.

Faces , Electric Blue Gallery, London [UK]

EINE World Record Attempt Show , Nelly Duff, London [UK]

The A-Z of Change , Carmichael Gallery, Los Angeles [USA]

Corked , Cork Street Gallery, London [UK]

Eine first started to explore more commercial avenues in a workshop above the Dragon Bar in Leonard Street, London (since demolished). Eine produced a number of custom clothing designs notably some custom "VANDALS" sweatshirts and started to explore screen prints, eventually founding cult screen print company Pictures On Walls (POW) alongside Banksy. Eine produced many of the hand pulled prints for artists represented by POW including , Jamie Hewlett, Mode2, Modern Toss and David Shrigley. His natural talent for colour combinations meant that he was able to enhance the work supplied by the artists. He left this position to continue to pursue his own solo career in

In January , Eine was featured in an article in London's Time Out magazine as one of the six best new street artists working in the capital.

When The Lights Go Out - Andenken Gallery, Denver, [USA] Vandalism - Kemistry Gallery, London, [UK] Portobello Film Festival - Westbourne Studios, London, [UK]

4 Geezers , Ad Hoc Art, NYC (The London Police, Flying Fortress, Pez and Eine) [USA]

Urban Art Weserburg Museum of Modern Art, Bremen [DE]

Make Over , Stella Dore Gallery, London, [UK]

Cans Festival , Leake Street, London, [UK]

Stella Dore Sebastian Guinness Gallery, Dublin [IE]

In , the Tower Hamlets Partnership began to survey residents of Brick Lane to ask whether they considered his graffiti offensive and should be removed.. The result was that the council treated graffiti as vandalism. The Council has since revised the policy on graffiti, aiming to keep street art that is popular and unoffensive because it attracts tourism.

Santa's Ghetto , West Bank, Bethlehem [IL]

For Life, Not Just For Christmas Open Studio Spaces, London [UK]

Urban Sprawl , Leonard Street Gallery, London [UK]

Eleven , Leonard Street Gallery, London [UK]

Portobello Film Festival, Westbourne Studios, London [UK]

Santa's Ghetto , Oxford Street, London [UK]

UK Jack OK , Colette, Paris [FR]

Santa's Ghetto , Oxford Street, London [UK]

POW Group Show , Allmänna Galleriet, Stockholm [SE]

Santa's Ghetto , Oxford Street, London [UK]

Banksy vs Eine , Gallery V1, Copenhagen [DK]

We Like Printing , Alife, NYC [USA]

We Like Printing , Artomatic, London [UK]

Benjamin Flynn (born 23 August ), known professionally as Eine, is an English artist based in London.

Sours: https://www.celebsagewiki.com/ben-eine

You will also like:

Ben Eine: the man who sprayed Selfridges

B

en Eine spent his teens and twenties causing thousands of pounds’ worth of criminal damage. There wasn’t an empty city surface he didn’t want to fill with his name. Now he is in his forties, he is reaping the rewards. Not only did David Cameron present one of his creations to Barack Obama, the £2, painting Twenty First Century City, as a state gift in Now, one of the world’s leading luxury brands has him designing headscarves for very rich people.

“The journey I have had is insane,” admits the living embodiment of this peculiar 21st-century morality tale. You can see him performing his once-criminal craft live on the luxury floor of Selfridges over the next two days, where he is customising a new Louis Vuitton pop-up concession. “It will be for the sole use of selling my scarf,” he tells me. A silk square, featuring his signature bright lettering saying GREAT ADVENTURES and LOUIS VUITTON, it is yours (or more likely, someone else’s) for £

With his goofy black glasses and slight squint, Eine, 42, resembles Danger Mouse’s assistant, Penfold — albeit with a trendier shirt and more tattoos. “GUILTY” is written in large letters on his neck. (“I don’t feel guilty. I’ve been found guilty” he says) On his right knuckle is the word “RICH”, though this is a play on his second wife’s maiden name, Richie, not a permanent bank statement. She is a Californian attorney. They married last week and live in San Francisco.

Before he was an internationally fêted street art star, Eine was Ben Flynn on the Old Kent Road. His father Richard, a cabbie, moved the family to suburban Sidcup to keep his two boys out of trouble but it seems not to have worked. What was Eine like as a kid?

“A little shit,” he says. “My friends were stealing cars and shoplifting. I was never into that but I was cheeky. I enjoyed making people laugh.”

He was always “vaguely into” art. When he discovered hip hop culture in the early Eighties, it was the graffiti that held the most appeal. “It was like: you create art, there’s people trying to catch you, you run away. It was the best fun.” It started with the back of his exercise books and his school desk but he soon moved onto bus stops, youth clubs and finally any empty patch of wall. “I remember finding this book, which showed a New York subway train that had been covered in so much graffiti you couldn’t recognise it was a train. I thought, ‘I want to do that HOW do you do that?’ But that starts with tagging your name.”

He seems disinclined to probe the reasons why he wanted to write his name everywhere he went. “There’s definitely something wrong with us,” he sniggers, but really he puts it down to ego. “People would come up and say: ‘Yeah, I saw your tag in Chiswick!’ You’d want to get your tag in as many places as you possibly could.”

He left school at 15 after his O-levels, moved to a warehouse in Docklands (his parents were growing tired of the police visits) and eventually found employment at insurance firm Lloyd’s of London. “I had a good job — I got paid good money. But I hated it!” he says. He stayed for 12 years, all the while sneaking out at lunchtimes in his suit so that he could spray his name on Tube trains and shop fronts. A lot of his salary went towards paying fines. He developed a courtroom routine: “You say ‘not guilty’ until the very last moment, when you switch your plea — and you just hope and pray the police have lost an important file.” Fortunately for Eine, they usually had.

He left Lloyd’s a week before Channel 4 screened a documentary that showed Eine spraying a Tube train. “I was the only graffiti writer they could find who wasn’t selling weed,” he says. He went on to manage the Dragon Bar in Shoreditch where he started to hang out with the street art scene’s leading lights, including Banksy, Shepard Fairey, Jamie Hewlett and Ikon. He became Banksy’s printmaker, learning stencil and screenprinting techniques.

After two of his friends were jailed for vandalising a Tube train — Eine had fled the crime scene — he adopted a more artistic approach. He hoped to paint his name across four shop shutters in Dalston but only got as far as the two “E”s when the sun rose. He liked the effect of the disembodied, ambiguous Es so much that he produced more shutter letters, usually with the shop-owner’s permission. Middlesex Road in Hackney ended up with an entire alphabet.

The career-making White House painting was set in train by Anya Hindmarch, “the posh handbag lady” for whom Eine has designed some prints. She recommended Eine to her friend Samantha Cameron, who clearly had a word with Dave. Although the painting was worth £2,, Eine let the nation have it for free — the publicity potential for having his painting hanging in the Obamas’ downstairs loo was clearly too good to pass up.

Since then he has been in a different league. “All my paintings sold immediately. It was crazy.” There are also the corporate commissions, such as with Louis Vuitton, which, let’s be honest, some people would call a massive sell-out.

“Why?” he shoots back. “To me, this is a perfect collaboration. Louis Vuitton and I both sell luxury products, we both want to appeal to new audiences It’s perfect. The Virgin Atlantic thing, I would say, was a little bit more of a sell-out.”

He refers to his recent collaboration with Sir Richard Branson’s airline, whose first-class passengers could buy Eine’s work from an airborne gallery. “It was like working with an over-possessive PR company. I wouldn’t do it again.” Choosing which brands to work with, he contends, is as essential to a modern street artist’s career as making paintings. “It’s hard to live just by selling paintings. You just have to be clever about who you work with. Had I done Gap or H&M, there’s no way Louis Vuitton would have wanted to work with me. So you hold out for the big ones.”

What would his teenage self have made of this? “It’s insane,” he says. “We were little kids breaking the law. We never went to art school. We weren’t thinking this would ever turn into a career. But we had a passion for it — and that passion has got us here. We’ve been lucky, but we’ve also created our own luck.”

MORE ABOUTGraffitiLouis VuittonSelfridgesStreet ArtSours: https://www.standard.co.uk/lifestyle/london-life/ben-eine-the-man-who-sprayed-selfridgeshtml


460 461 462 463 464