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December 2011

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10 THE GUESTLIST NETWORK GUESTLIST.NET Issue 34 / December 2011 A new kind of street art emerges on London's lanes. Bristol's infamous graffiti scenester, Sickboy, whose art recently appeared in the Banksy Oscar nominated movie Exit Through the Gift Shop is set to release a series of collaborative artworks with twelve eminent contemporary and street artists. He is one of the first UK artists to use a logo in place of a tag and his red and yel- low street logo known as 'The Temple' can be seen on walls, wheelie bins and a whole other range of platforms worldwide. This special release entitled The Confession Bricks features artist like D*face, Eine, Anthony Lister, Paul Insect, Vhils, Conor Harrington and many more. Each of these artists have hand-produced a collection of original artwork on wooden bricks. The Confession Bricks were recently previewed as part of Sickboy's major London solo show called Heaven & Earth. It attracted thousands of art fans who joined him to view and celebrate earthly sins and heavenly fantasies. The collection starts at £175 and is avail- able to buy at www.savetheyouth.co.uk BOX PARK INSPIRATIONAL BRICK ART The world's first pop-up mall is hitting the city this Christmas. Go get boxed in. Retail revolution Boxpark is the brainchild of Boxfresh creator Roger Wade who strips and refits shipping containers to create low cost and unique 'Box Shops' that offer a mix of international fashion, arts and lifestyle brands with galleries and cafes popping up as well. The concept of the 'pop-up mall' literally means that they can pop up, and will, anywhere in the world - the first one ever is going to be temporarily erected in Shoreditch High Street. Boxpark intends to nurture the smaller brands and give them an opportunity they wouldn't find on the high street so come down to find some of the best upcoming and affordable brands that you would be pushed to find anywhere else. Don't forget to check out the LUKE store to grab all the hottest garms. Visit www.boxpark.co.uk for more info.

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