Author: Callum

‘What Your Soul Sings’ – Bronze Sculpture


SNIK is proud to present their very first bronze sculpture, “What Your Soul Sings”. SNIK worked with Sculpture Castings Foundry in Basingstoke to create this piece, it was important to them that the work be locally made. Each piece is bronze with a black patina and polished hands measuring 55x55x30cm, edition of nine. To give

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Ephemeral – Solo Show (Recap)


October 17th saw the launch of Ephemeral, the first solo show by SNIK. The immersive show examined processes of beauty, creation and decay – considering the inevitability of ageing, and its potential for artistic renewal. At the Crypt gallery, SNIK presented their works in a decaying environment through which viewers must navigate: a backdrop of

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Ephemeral – UK Solo Exhibition


British artist duo SNIK present EPHEMERAL, an exhibition of new works at The Crypt Gallery, London, running from 17- 20 October 2019 – following a showcase at Moniker Art Fair, London (2-6 October). Marking their first solo exhibition, the immersive show examines processes of beauty, creation and decay – considering the inevitability of ageing, and

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‘Hold Fast Hope’ – Print Release


We are very happy to announce our latest print release ‘Hold Fast Hope’, published by Graffiti Prints. Based on a mural we painted for NuArt Aberdeen in 2018, all editions are 15 layer screen prints on 300gsm Somerset paper and measure 70x70cm. Each variant on white is heavily hand coloured (orange, red, blue and turquoise), making

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Serenity – Manchester, UK


Last weekend we were very honoured to be the first participants in the Manchester’s charity ‘Cities of Hope’ new ‘Walls of hope’ project. Located in the North Quarter of the city, we painted our largest mural to date, titled ‘Serenity’. This mural is 12m high, and 5 layers of stencils and spraypaint deep. We are

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Nottingham – ‘To Build a Home’


‘To Build a Home’ 4 layer stencil/3m x 3m Goose Gate, Nottingham People are constantly being displaced and pushed around this world, having their homes destroyed, families split. Constantly moving between place to place. They never have a face, but they are always here and we have a responsibility to help when we can… Thanks

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